Rain or shine. That is the question that every Colorado wedding venue with an outdoor ceremony space asks during the busy wedding season. In Colorado, the weather can change on a dime, which most of the time works in our favor. However, we all have a few days out of the season where the weather does not listen to our knocks on wood, our warm wishes, or our sun-shine dances.
One of these days came for Rachel & Dan’s wedding here at The Manor House. However, a little rain did not dampen the spirits of this adventurous bride & groom even as we had to move the ceremony indoors to a warmer and drier environment. The rain made for glistening and picturesque photos of the bride and groom among the towering Rocky Mountain landscape. It also made for quite a party as their guests thrived in the rainy environment and danced their hearts out to the tunes of one of Rachel & Dan’s favorite bands.
Plus, haven’t you heard that rain is good luck on your wedding day? There is living proof to this saying as it poured on the day of my parents’ wedding and they have been together for 26 years now and are still as in love with one another as day one. So Rachel & Dan, I will not wish you the best of luck because you already have plenty of it from the rain that came for your special day! I cannot wait to see where you two are in 26 years!
Isn’t technology amazing?! Skype & Face time allow your guests to see the wedding who could not make it due to illness, travel issues, or other concerns. With technology, no one misses out!
Did you know The Manor House also has a video camera with live feed on the outdoor ceremony site? Another great option for your loved ones who couldn’t come to be able to see your wedding nuptials!
A little rain couldn’t dampen this wonderful couple’s big day! They were still all smiles although we had to move inside.
Interview with Manor House Bride, Rachel:
Photography: Tom K Photo
Dress: Bea’s Bridal Nook
Cake: Cake Crumbs
Hair & Makeup: Avalon
Venue: The Manor House
Categories: Featured Manor House Brides