Diana + Philippe – Outdoor Wedding
When having an outdoor wedding, the last thing a bride wants is rain on their wedding day. Rain though is sometimes inevitable and having a good heart and being flexible is the only way to see it through.
According to Wiki.Answers, rain is considered good luck in some cultures as it represents stronger unity in a marriage. It comes from several cultures, mainly from the Hindu religion, with the idea that a wet knot is harder to untie. Since marriage is often referred to as “tying the knot”, a tougher knot is a good thing! Rain was also a symbol of fertility to agricultural societies, as rain restored and maintained the wellness of crops. Crops were the main source of stability and income, so rain was thought to guarantee a long happy marriage!
Kat Creech Events thinks some of the most romantic pictures can come from under an umbrella. Not wishing any bride rain, but man, it is romantic. Think of any romantic movie conflict and there is a kiss in the rain.
While the day started and ended with clear skies for this outdoor wedding, rain drops started when the ceremony music began and the recessional concluded. Ironic, but I think Diana and Phillip will indeed have a very happy marriage. Congrats!!Sprinkled with love by these vendors: Kat Creech Events: planning Samuel Seth Photography: photography The Lodge at Fulshear Creek: event venue Swift & Co: tent, rentals and linen Mi Chef Catering: catering More Than Cakes: wedding cake Griveras Floral Designs: floral