Post # 1
Our wedding is in 4 days! OMG! And it’s completely outdoors in a backyard. The reception is on the decking and is semi covered but no fully. The dance floor is not covered either. So the weather.com says 30% chance of isolated storms. When should I start looking into a backup plan? Tents? I don’t want to do it too early because we really can’t afford it and would hate to waste the money and then it be sunny skies. Help! Please calm me does bees!
Post # 3
I’d call and put a reservation on a tent if it’s supposed to rain all week. It’s supposed to pour here…=(
30% isn’t bad. Neither is isolated storms. But i wouldn’t want to risk it beacuse if anything, your backyard will be soaked.
Post # 4
Well, that’s 70% chance of no rain. I would start making a back-up plan though, just in case. Can some things not covered be moved inside?
Post # 5
I’d definitely start sourcing places out to see who is available and how much they cost. keep your list with you and if the percentage goes up, i’d consider calling. good luck though, I too am praying for no rain, but i have one and a half weeks to go.
Post # 6
Yeah- I’m with @rebejane. 30% sounds like you will be fine. Ps- the best wedding I ever went to was rainy. We danced outside in the rain- no kidding!
Post # 7
The tents are usually setup the day before the wedding because of how many hours it takes (at least the big “center pole” tents). Many look into a few small tents that can go up last minute?
70% no rain isn’t half bad!
Best of luck and just enjoy your day!!
Post # 8
at least the title of your post didn’t say “snow, snow go away.” that’s what we’re dealing with and guess what happens after it snows?! It melts and turns everything to mud! I’m so over this winter! Good luck, but as others as posted that’s a 70% chance it won’t rain! Plus, those weather people are wrong all the time!