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What's Your Back Up Plan?
No matter how confident you are that your day will be perfect, there is always a chance it might rain or there might be an unscheduled heatwave or be too windy for your bridesmaids to stand up straight, or maybe the venue has just called to let you know they've started renovations..... you will have to make a snap decision as to what you're going to do.
Having a back up plan in place:
* makes things more relaxing for your guests, knowing they won't be uncomfortable
* takes the stress away from you on the day
*leaves you to enjoy your day in the sun..... or rain.
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It is important for couples to think about Plan. B. I always discuss it with them although many don't want to think about it. Fortunately I have only ever had to use it once and happily the bride said she didn't care as she just wanted to be married to her man. It was heartwarming to hear.
Fabulous advice. I always insist on having a Plan B - even though every bride tells me that nothing will stop them being married on the beach. It is always helpful if it has poured with rain just before you have one of your planning meetings. They are more easily convinced that you need to be prepared. Very rarely have to use Plan B though - that's the advantage of the NSW South Coast for weddings.