The gloomy Chicagoland weather today reminds us that not every bride will be so lucky to have blue skies and sunshine for their wedding day. It’s just reality, and it’s easy for brides to add unnecessary stress regarding the weather on their big day so you really ought to be as best prepared for the weather as possible.
If you are having an outdoor event we cannot stress how important a plan B is for your wedding day. You have to have a plan, even if the forecast is for the most gorgeous day of the year. You will decrease your stress level exponentially just knowing in the back of your mind that if anything should arise you have a plan and all vendors involved in your big day are aware and ready if any crazy Illinois weather should strike.
If you know when and where you are getting married you can track the weather for your wedding day. The Weather Channel has put together a little wedding weather planner helper to provide you information regarding the weather for your big day. You can also check out what the weather is normally like at your honeymoon destination before you depart so you can pack accordingly. That is pretty helpful.
Just remember a little rain is not going to ruin your entire wedding day so try not to stress out if the weather is not picture-perfect on your big day. So many things can go wrong during a wedding and receptions that it is pointless to make a fuss over something you have no control over. Just embrace it. Unless of course you are having an outdoor ceremony and reception, in which case have that back up plan ready for action!