My wifey and I got married on a attractive Spring day in Aprilâ€¦ All of us planned to have an outdoor event and both of us hoped that the weather would be nice.
All of us chose the weekend before Easter, hoping that all of our friends and family would be able to attend the event.
All of us sent out invitations in December and they had more than 100 people respond with an affirmative yeah. I started to wonder what would happen if both of us ended up with rain on the day of the wedding. I didn’t want all of our guests to get soaking wet and I didn’t want us to get wet on our wedding day either. I contacted a couple of celebration planning and event hosting centers and I found a couple of people with prefabricated buildings that could be set up on the day of the event, and the prefabricated building sounded like a lot of work. It was also easily fancy. Instead of getting the prefabricated building, both of us decided to have a tent erected on the property. The canvas tent was fully enclosed and the canvas was waterproof. When rain started falling later in the day, no 1 had to worry about getting wet while they were on the dance floor. It’s a absolutely nice thing that both of us thought ahead for rain, because it poured nonstop for more than two hours and that was almost the entire reception. The tent held up absolutely well. The day after the celebration, the event staff came to the property and removed the entire structure in an hour.