KELLY ANNE PAGE, WED­DING CO-OR­DI­NA­TOR AT BIRTSMORTON COURT, NEAR MALVERN

Cotswold Life - - COTSWOLD WEDDINGS -

My top tip would be not to worry about the weather! It’s the only thing you can’t plan and no mat­ter what weather is thrown at you, you will still get mar­ried – and that’s the most im­por­tant thing.

Em­brace the weather, you will get beau­ti­ful pho­tos in­doors, and if you feel up to it, pho­tos in the rain can be re­ally at­mo­spheric too. You can look at the weather fore­cast one year be­fore your wed­ding date, six months be­fore, one week be­fore, even the day be­fore and it’s still not to­tally ac­cu­rate, so don’t stress your­self out. Your friends and fam­ily will keep you smil­ing no mat­ter what. Re­mem­ber, the day is about the two of you and the peo­ple that you love, not about the weather.

As my grandma al­ways used to say: ‘If it rains, dance; if it’s windy, sing; and if it snows, build a snow­man.’

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