Post # 1
Fellow October or Fall brides –
Hate to admit it, but there’s a good chance we might get some ol’ rain for our special day. Do you have any back up plans for creative indoor photography locations?
One of the best places I found so far is in a covered overpass 🙂
Post # 3
depends where your getting married really were getting married outside in a winery the vineyard area they have a wine cellar with amazing pics!
i thought itd be cute to take a pic of us kissing in a closet in our wedding clothes to make it look like we snuck off
Post # 4
I’ve worked at a local haunted house for the past couple years and we’re going to take some of our pics inside it.
Post # 5
I should think about this — we do have the beach house which is nice but not exactly what I had in mind.
Post # 6
zippy…seriously?!? i was thinking the same thing. this is just wierd. but i haven’t worked at one…i was just hoping that i could find someone willing to let us. :/
Post # 7
@Jenn- Yep! lol. It’s actually one of the best haunted houses in the country. I was featured in a special on the travel channel the first year I worked there. It’s this one http://scarefest.com/haunted_house_in_stlouis_missouri_thedarkness/home.cfm .
Post # 8
hah! the one i was thinking is also another HUGE one in the country. Erebus in Pontiac, MI
Post # 9
I am stressing so much over this!! I have no idea where would be a nice place we could take pictures inside that is close to the ceremony or reception. Other than the church. Not a huge fan of church photos.
Post # 10
Find a hotel with a great lobby! We’re planning on at least getting a room for us at one of the best hotels so that we have access to the hotel if necessary for pics. Sometimes your venues have great nook’s too!
It snowed when he asked me out. Rained when we got engaged. 10/30/10 the last few years has been really nice, BUT, we could get really awful weather too. I’m convinced we’re going to have precipitation of some kind. I’m just hoping that it’s not a late hurricane or nor-easter…. lol
Post # 11
Our wedding is in a park, and we could have some amazing shots if the weather cooperates, but given that it’s been a pretty wet summer so far we’ve decieded on having a tent outside in case of rain, and we also have a Cobblestone house nearby for if need be. Really hoping for those outdoor shots, though.
Post # 12
We have the Montreal Trade Center that that used to be outdoors….but many years ago was covered over… really stunning building…I beleive that regardless of rain or sun we will go there.