Many couples who plan outdoor weddings at venues with beautiful grounds for photo opportunities have a fear of rain on their wedding day. However, did you know that rain on your wedding day is considered good luck because, as one theory states, a knot that is wet is tougher to untie. Meaning, the rain is truly a symbol of the strong foundation you and your partner have set and will build on. We love thinking of Mother Nature's uninvited wedding guest this way! If rain is in the forecast for your special day, take a page out of #realMDbride Lauren's book and style the inclement weather with clear, bubble umbrellas, and have your photographer capitalize on the beautiful lighting that makes the nature in your photos pop!
Here is what Lauren had to say about her experience at MD..
“We had the most amazing experience at MD. It was truly the best part of wedding planning. Cassie helped me find the dress of my dreams! Every visit I had at MD felt magical, and I miss driving up there from Boston! We also bought my moms dress there, which was absolutely perfect. Everyone was so attentive to her. Lastly I bought my veil and hairpiece, which both of my sisters already plan on using. I can’t wait for one of them to get engaged so we can come back to MD!”
Bride's Veil: "Kennedy" by @tonifedericiveils for Madeleine's Daughter
Bride's Headpiece: "Anniversary" by @parisbydebramoreland for Madeleine's Daughter
Bride’s Shoes: @jimmychoo
Catering & Reception Venue: @wequassett
Ceremony Location: @ourladyofthecape
Floral Design: @designers_touch
Hair Stylist: @jentawahairdesign
Invitation/Paper Products: @thepaperperfectionist
Makeup Artist: @beautybynelse