Wedding in the Rain

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FlashSpark FlashSpark Post 1 of 11
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It has been raining non-stop for weeks and there is no sign of it stopping any time soon.
I have booked a very last second wedding for tomorrow and this will be the first wedding I expect to shoot in full rain, all day. And believe me, they want to be outside for it. I have scouted as many alternative indoor locations as I could and googled tips for full outdoor weddings until I felt that I had thoroughly prepared myself for nearly 5 hours of outdoor shots.

So I will be wrapping my cameras in rain sleeves, wearing my favourite rain jacket and I just hope that nature will bless us with photogenic mist, fog and moody clouds (and hey--maybe no rain while we're at it!)

I will let you folks know how it goes! In the mean time if you have any last second tips I would love to hear them!
deannalago deannalago Post 2 of 11
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It would be so romantic. Can you please upload your photographs as recently, I am also planning for photo shoot in January, our photo shoot is going to be taken at Addison [http://theaddisonofbocaraton.com/the-addison-overview]. The venue is adorable and there is 100 years old banyan tree, our most of the photos going to be clicked there. But I would love to look raining photography.
Bryllupsfotograf VoresStoreDag Bryllupsfotograf VoresStoreDag Post 3 of 11
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Yes!! Please upload your photos :-)
Richardrobert Richardrobert Post 4 of 11
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Rain to your wedding ceremony day is honestly taken into consideration right luck. The which means in the back of this one may also differ barely subculture to the way of life. it's been believed by some human beings that rain all through your massive day represents fertility and cleaning. Administratively edited on 18.12.18, 19:21.
daisywalker daisywalker Post 5 of 11
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Have external matting outside of the marquee so people won’t be standing directly on slushy mud and grass, or the ground of wherever your venue may be. As well as external matting you could also add a large mat inside so people can wipe their feet before walking in! Administratively edited on 18.12.18, 19:21.
AbdulKaleem AbdulKaleem Post 6 of 11
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Oh my god :) what a story about your wedding in the rain. Kindly share some pictures. I know somethings are disturbed in the rain but its a very memorable scene who never forget. Thanks for sharing the post Administratively edited on 18.12.18, 19:22.
Anton22 Anton22 Post 7 of 11
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Would love to see some photos! I think wedding in the rain is great opportunity for photographer, hope one day to work one!
xxx xxx Post 8 of 11
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Have outer tangling outside of the marquee so individuals won't stand specifically on slushy mud and grass, or the ground of wherever your setting might be. And in addition outer tangling you could likewise include a substantial tangle inside so individuals can wipe their feet previously strolling in! Administratively edited on 18.12.18, 19:22.
xxx xxx Post 9 of 11
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Have outer tangling outside of the marquee so individuals won't stand legitimately on slushy mud and grass, or the ground of any place your setting might be. Just as outside tangling you could likewise include an enormous tangle inside so individuals can wipe their feet before strolling in!
brentkriel brentkriel Post 10 of 11
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Quote: FlashSpark 02.06.13, 03:31To the cited postIt has been raining non-stop for weeks and there is no sign of it stopping any time soon.
I have booked a very last second wedding for tomorrow and this will be the first wedding I expect to shoot in full rain, all day. And believe me, they want to be outside for it. I have scouted as many alternative indoor locations as I could and googled tips for full outdoor weddings until I felt that I had thoroughly prepared myself for nearly 5 hours of outdoor shots. https://www.geometrydash.me/

So I will be wrapping my cameras in rain sleeves, wearing my favourite rain jacket and I just hope that nature will bless us with photogenic mist, fog and moody clouds (and hey--maybe no rain while we're at it!)

I will let you folks know how it goes! In the mean time if you have any last second tips I would love to hear them!

Rain on your wedding day means good luck. I love the idea of renting a clear-top tent for an open-air wedding in the rain. The tent provides completely unobstructed views of the sky, the raindrops make for some beautifully ambient white noise, and the romance factor will go through the (transparent) roof.
james.petterson james.petterson Post 11 of 11
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that is funny, I have assisted to a rainy wedding day even in summer in Spain!!, but not the whole day just half an hour.

We were very lucky because the restaurant had space inside, so we did not need to be outside all the time.
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