How to Have a Wedding in the Rain


Your wedding day takes a lot of thought, time and detail planning to come together. Getting married in the rain can be a great surprise way to make your event stand out from the rest. Use the following suggestions to have a wedding in the rain and make it a day to remember for you and your guests.

  • Pick a location that is accessible even during rainy weather. The parking area should be paved and not grass or dirt.

  • Plan the wedding during the rainy season. No matter where you live, there are certain times of the year when the rain chances peak. Check an almanac for the best possibilities of rain when planning in advance.

  • Rent or buy a small gazebo or archway with a solid roof that you can stand under during the ceremony. You may not mind getting rained on, but the person performing the ceremony might.

  • Set up a large tent for the reception. Your guests, food and dance floor can be dry while the rain pours outside.

  • Have umbrellas ready for all of your guests and wedding party.

  • Warn wedding guests that it will be raining. They need to be prepared to get wet or have proper rain gear. This can be done on your invitations.

Tips & Warnings

  • Have towels handy at the reception so guests can dry off.
  • Don't have a wedding in the rain if it is cold. A warm summer rain is nice, but no one wants to attend a cold, wet wedding.

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