Post # 1
I don’t know how accurate the “accuweather” is but I just checked the 15 day forecast and it shows rain the entire week of my wedding!! I can’t see Saturday until tomorrow but I am officially freaking out!!! Has it rained on your wedding day? What did you do? (ps, its not an outdoor wedding but STILL!!!).. Am I over-reacting? I’m sure I am considering I pretty much over-react to everything these days haha.
Post # 3
They say it’s good luck if it rains on your wedding day! 🙂
15 days out is still a long time away for them to be making an accurate prediction, so I wouldn’t worry.
Even if it did rain, you could get some really cute umbrella shots! Or who knows, maybe even a pretty rainbow shot if the rain lets up and the sun comes out.
Post # 4
It rained cats and dogs on our wedding day. A true thunderstorm! But we didn’t care, I love rain. After the reception we were out dancing in the rain. Made some cute pictures. “For better or for worse” LOL!
Post # 5
I always love those cute photos with the umbrellas and the boots! And they say it is good luck to have rain on your wedding day.
Post # 6
It rained the entire week leading up to our wedding. But the day of, the skies were clear and the weather was perfect! You just never know!
Post # 7
Oh gosh, if you were near me I would start a support group for this. I am also really not looking forward to the rain ruining our day. I won’t patronize you by saying it’s good luck if it rains because I’m sure you hear that from everyone. But sapphire is right, it’s for better or worse and you can grab some white rainboots and a clear umbrella and make the best of it!
Post # 8
@FutureWifey Hey, date twin! Where do you live? Has the forecast changed? I just started looking at the 10 day forecast and it shows low 70’s and sun for my area leading right up before the wedding. Not able to see the wedding day yet. But as others mentioned, long-range forecasts aren’t generally accurate. Especially precipitation. Hope you have a beautiful wedding day!