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Planning for a Wedding during Inclement Weather

23 December 2011

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Weddings, similar to the USPS ["Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds"] operate in all weather conditions. For instance, on May 2nd, 2010 Nashville was experiencing the horrible flood that rocked the city. Everywhere including downtown was flooded by all the rain and overflowing of the Cumberland River.

Alas, despite all the water collecting, Beth Clarke and Brian Whaley's wedding held firm. As Cedarwood's blog describes "Surrounded by Tennessee hills and Whites Creek, Cedarwood took on torrential water. The grounds were saturated, the barn and Pavilion held standing water, and Whites Creek Pike was impassable in some areas."  What's a bride to do? Option 1: Panic and Option 2: Go with it. 

Mr. Collier and I fear of snow, not necessarily in Nashville but in other cities where guests will be travelling from that may delay their arrival. But what can you do? Pray for safe travels and hope for the best. There is some silver lining to this post of potential snags caused by weather. You may achieve some amazing wedding photos out of it!


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