How to deal with rain on your wedding day

Rain on your wedding day is something I think a lot of brides and grooms dread. But, living in England, its something that we just have to get on and deal with. There’s no guarantee that your day will be rain free…even if you get married in the middle of summer.

But it doesn’t need to spoil things. As long as you’re prepared, you’re day will still be perfect! Grab a pair of wellies, an umbrella or run in the rain!

Here comes the bride! Umbrella’s and all! Love Gets Sweeter Wedding Videos

So how should you deal with rain on your wedding day?

We asked some local suppliers for rainy day wedding tips and here’s what they said:

“Embrace it!” – Love Gets Sweeter Wedding Films

“Use it and make it look magical with a pretty umbrella” – Jemma O’Neil Photography

“Make the most of it, don’t let it ruin the day, it’s Britain after all, think of the slo-mo shots!” – Thomas Lynch Media

“Buy a bad a** umbrella for amazing wedding photos” – Coco vintage collection

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Rain doesn’t have to spoil the day, and yes, your dress might get a little bit wet. But it’ll be worth it. When you look back at your photos you’ll think, yes, thats exactly how our day was, you’ll see that amazing venue you booked, or the stunning location but most importantly, you’ll see you enjoying your day.

Kimberley and Tony proving rain doesn’t get in the way! They found an archway they could shelter under with Love Gets Sweeter Wedding Videos
Rain and smiles – Lousie Griffin Photography
Rain couldn’t stop Steph and Daniel from having an amazing wedding! Photo: Flawless Photography
Lucy Hannah Photography
Wedding guests not letting rain dampen the day – Lucy Hannah Photography
You can still be colourful in the rain! Chris Hickey Photography

If you are worried about the rain check out companies like Brolly Bucket. They hire out brollies so you don’t have to spend the time trying to source ones that will look good in your photos. If you need them to keep guests dry too, it saves you from having to buy lots of them.

Do you have any more tips for dealing with rain? Let us know in the comments or send us your rainy wedding photos!

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