Talk to your vendor because flowers will be important. In order to stay within your budget, request arrangements with lots of greenery.
Consult your photographer for ideas on setups, such as umbrella photos.
Make Your Hair and Makeup Rainproof
Make sure to inform your hair and makeup artist about the bad weather so they can get ready to weatherproof your appearance.
Reconsider Your Drinks
Provide hot beverages, such as a wedding coffee bar, to make visitors feel cosy if rain is bringing cooler weather.
Towels should be provided, either at the front desk or in the restrooms, so that any visitors who are caught in the rain can rapidly dry off.
Even if there is only a chance of drizzle, it is still worth fiddling with your shoes to prevent slipping as you move around the ceremony.
If you want to show off your dress while staying dry if it's going to rain on your wedding day, pick a see-through weatherproof.
Including wedding umbrellas for the guests is a lovely gesture if you know it will rain on your wedding.