Aug 26, 2011

Back Up Plan

Most modern weddings are very well-planned but there still could be events that could cause problems.

They can only be minor problems but you must be prepared and have a backup plan for any change of venue. A perfect example of this was this weekend when a couple in North Carolina had planned their beach wedding. They are informed that a hurricane named Irene will strike the outer banks of the day of their wedding. Fortunately they had a backup plan and move the wedding a little further in land. To a beautiful little wedding chapel.

So when planning your wedding especially if it's going to be outdoors have a good backup plan you might consider having a alternative location in case the weather would turn bad. So before the wedding sit down and plan for all worst-case scenarios. It is better to be safe than sorry.

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