Rain Blessed Weddings



Spring is here and that means the wedding season has arrived here in Asheville NC .  We love the start of season with all the fresh flowers, trees in bloom and the mountains around us turning green; provides such a majestic setting for outdoor weddings.  

However, with the beauty that mother nature brings, she also brings trying times for wedding planners in the form of weather.  Most of our outdoor events are sunny and gorgeous. When we know there is a chance of weather we want to make sure that you are prepared and embrace what you cannot change by  making the weather work for you.


This is exactly what was planned for Molly & Roberts wedding at the Old Edwards Inn in Highlands NC, thunderstorms invited themselves on all four days of the event but we embraced the challenges at SBE and made sure that all of the events were flawless. 

In the planning phase it was determined early on that Molly would provide all the bridesmaids with classic rain boots to keep their toes dry leading up to the ceremony.  

How cute are these boots and what a great image to capture for your wedding day.  Parker J Pfister managed to capture every element of the wedding day from the rain to the break in the sky when the sun decided to shine down on us just as Molly walked down the isle.


  As always the perfect hostess, guests were also offered umbrellas to keep themselves dry while walking between ceremony and reception sites. It is important to make sure that when providing umbrellas you go ahead and spend the extra cash for each guest to have there own, it makes all the difference in the comfort of the wedding.


Through sunny & cloudy moments, we at Shay Brown Events found that this was one of our favorite weddings this past year.  There were so many amazing moments in which the elements of nature truly made the event perfect. We wish Molly & Robert years of wedded bliss. 

Always know that if it rains on your wedding day; it is mother natures way of wishing you a blessed and successful marriage.  So never let a little rain dampen your spirits.