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Nobody plans for rain on their wedding day (and definitely not torrential downpours).

But sometimes that’s exactly what happens.

Sometimes an hour before your wedding ceremony is set to begin, a team of people is moving the lanterns that were supposed to line the path from the outdoor ceremony to the indoor reception, inside. And making a plan to turn the ceremony room into the reception room while guests mingle in an adjoining tent.

It may not be what was planned, but this is what it is all about.

For better or for worse.

In good times and in bad.

In sickness and in health.

In sunshine and in rain.

 

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    1. thanks, rose.

      i took some extra time to get myself ready to support them but honestly they were SO fine with it.

      and the wedding was absolutely beautiful!!!

  1. Thank you for so spetial moments! The plaice look so ready for the rain and all.
    We hade situation in Israel, when noubody was ready for rain and non tant above the tables ha-ha… and RAIN!
    We couldnt support them – it was shoking to all, and then we run to dance ander the rain!!!!! DJ plai the 80s – it was the best weding i ever seen.

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