Post # 1
Hey fellow bees,
I get married August 4th at an outdoor wedding, but the drought that hit the midwest so hard has turned all the grass brown. I’m really hoping for rain but it seems futile to hope for it now. I’m afraid it’ll be all brown grass in my pictures. The only solution I can think of is to ask the photographer to doctor up a few photos and change the color of the grass. My wedding is at a Rose Garden, so the garden area is watered but the rest of the park is brown 🙁
Post # 3
Oh no!! I hate to hear that! Hopefully your photographer can be accomodating. I am getting married in a garden and I can only imagine how you feel
Post # 4
I called the videographer and they assured me they’ve shot in worse scenarios and that they’ll find a way to camoflague it. Ha ha and now I see the forcast expects a %40 chance of rain on my wedding day. Oh the irony.
Post # 5
If it was me, no joke, I’d be out there with a giant watering can every day. Is it someplace you can access? It’s cheesy, but I am sure they’d be thankful for it. How big of an area are we talking about?
Post # 6
How did it go? I am going through the same dilemma. I just recently decided to move my wedding from an outside gazebo in a winery to inside due to all of the brown grass. At least everyone will be a comfortable tempature for the wedding.
Post # 7
I’ve heard of landscapers spray-painting the grass green with some sort of Eco-friendly, non-staining paint. That’s why the National Mall always looks nice for inaugurations even though it’s the middle of frozen January. Would that be an option?