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Preparing a Plan B in Case of Emergencies

Preparing a Plan B in Case of Emergencies

Your wedding day is one of the days where you want everything to be just perfect, right? But there are moments when things happen, and the day ends up being not as perfect as you wanted it to be. Sometimes one simple mishap might change your day into something that you had not planned for, and that is why you always need a plan B.

  • The weather. Outdoor weddings tend to be gorgeous in all sorts of ways. The warm sun, the cool breeze, birds singing, especially during the spring and fall seasons. But as much as these are among the prettiest wedding plans, you have to consider the rain. This is something that you have to plan ahead of time despite the season. There are two main ways you can handle this. First, you can rent a venue in close proximity to where your wedding is to be held. This will save you from being stressed on your wedding day since you know that despite anything there is somewhere you and your guests can continue your ceremony.
    Another most common practice is the renting of tents. This need to be done earliest since in most cases especially during the peak wedding season, tents tend to be already sold out, and you definitely don't want this to happen to you. By doing this, you will have a piece of mind.
    Lastly, while choosing a wedding venue, consider going for a place that offers both indoors and outdoors options.
  • Car troubles. We all definitely want to ride on the best cars during our wedding day, that is why we go ahead and hire from the professionals. But this is not always the case. Some people prefer having cars from their friends and families as their means of transport, but do you plan for when someone bails for unavoidable circumstances or a flat tire? Most of us tend to ignore these little mishaps and in the end face unwanted consequences on our big day. That is why it is always a great idea to have one more car for emergency issues to avoid any sort of delays.
  • Parking troubles. Parking can be a lot of trouble when you hire a venue, and then all your guests show up in their cars, and there is nowhere to park them because the parking was so small. This can be a real pain. That is why you need to first consult with your planner and your host. But in case this was an unexpected occurrence, there is always a plan be. There are usually private parking lots all over the town, and you can simply redirect the guests to the one that is close to your wedding venue. Just make sure you do so early enough by alerting your guests' days before your wedding.
  • Makeup troubles. On your wedding day, you want to look your best. But what if you had hired a makeup artist and they bail up on you or they run late? You definitely wouldn't want to walk down the aisle bare faces unless that was your plan from the beginning. So what's your plan B? I will tell you, you can follow some simple YouTube makeup videos, and when done correctly, things might just be perfect. Another thing you can do is have a family member set in advance to do your makeup just in case the professional doesn't show up or is extremely late.