Coping with wedding day rain and the great British weather is something every bride-to-be needs to consider when planning their big day.

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Traditionally, December has the most rainy days but, of course, being Britain, wedding day rain at any time of year!

Think about some fab wedding-friendly white umbrellas, these will look great during the big day!

Wicked wedding wellies

If you’ve planned a winter wedding or the weather is just not on the shiny side, add some cool wedding wellies to your outfit – pink, white or traditional green, the choice is yours! Perfect for wedding day rain and just make sure they’re Hunters, sweetie!

Wrap up warm

January is usually the coldest month in the UK but even summer evenings can feel chilly. Grab a bolero or wrap to change your look from day to night and keep you cosy in the process.

Tasty treats

Cold weddings also call for comfort food for guests. Think warming treats like soup, hot chocolate and mulled wine.

Find your way

A snow-filled wedding day could be worst than wedding day rain. It may look beautiful but ice-filled roads may mean delayed guests.

Ask them to plan ahead and find alternative routes for them if your venue is in the deepest, darkest depths of the countryside.


Route planner

If you’re getting married in winter, remember to ask your driver to find a route to the venue using A roads only, because these are more likely to be treated.

Hair disasters!

Windy days can mean messy hair in pictures – ask your photographer to look for more sheltered areas where you won’t look too windswept!

What are you wedding day rain plans?

Let us know!


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