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Rain On Your Wedding Day Tip #5: Watch The Clock

As adventurous as you get in the rain, allow for time afterwards to touch up your hair, makeup and dry off before your reception.http://buff.ly/2sztUOq
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Rain On Your Wedding Day Tip #4: Just Own It.
If you are stressed about a little drizzle, it will be reflected in your body language and therefore your wedding photos. Embracing the rain, relaxing and focusing on your new life partner is the best way to get beautiful photographs. Plus- they say that rain on your wedding day is good luck!
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Rain On Your Wedding Day Tip #3: Think about your feet.

If you are planning an outdoor wedding on the West Coast, have some practical footwear for your wedding photos if you want to get a little adventurous during your portrait time. We love these cute yellow rain boots! They kept our bride’s feet dry and cozy, let her easily adventure around the rocks at Lighthouse Park, and added a pop of colour to the otherwise monochromatic day.
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Rain On Your Wedding Day Tip #2: Always have a plan “B”. ⠀
Especially if you have a large bridal party, having a secondary covered location for your group shots is much more efficient than accommodating 14+ people with umbrellas. For this particular wedding, we found that under the Granville Street Bridge gave us the rain cover we needed while still letting in the stunning soft light of the day. http://buff.ly/2ruiP1u
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Rain On Your Wedding Day Tip #1: Umbrellas, Umbrellas, Umbrellas!
Clear umbrellas are our #1 suggestion for our couples, as they keep you dry and let through that soft, flattering light that we love so much from over-cast days. http://buff.ly/2rB9uHy
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You just woke up on your wedding day and its POURING RAIN!
Take a deep breath, its ok, we got you.
Here's five things we always tell our wedding couples to keep in mind when living in Vancouver and planning wedding photography outdoors.
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"Rain on your wedding day" Tip #3: Just Own It.

If you are stressed about a little drizzle, it will be reflected in your body language and therefore your wedding photos. Embracing the rain, relaxing and focusing on your new life partner is the best way to get beautiful photographs... and if that doesn't do the trick, having a sneaky cocktail always helps.
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Its STILL the season of drizzle... so continuing from yesterday, here is...

"Rain On Your Wedding Day" Tip #2: Have proper footwear.

If you are planning outdoor wedding on the West Coast have some practical footwear. Wear them for your wedding photos if you want to get a little adventurous during your portrait time and keep those stilettos of yours dry for when you get back to the party. We know these aren't for everyone, but we love these cute yellow gum boots! They kept our bride's feet dry and cozy, let her easily climb around the rocks at Lighthouse Park, and added a pop of colour to the otherwise monochromatic day.
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Because living in Vancouver can give you an assortment of sunshine, rain and hail all in one day, (figure it out sky!!) we figured a little rainy day wedding advice was in order:

"Rain On Your Wedding Day" Tip #1: Be prepared.

Clear umbrellas are our #1 rainy day suggestion for our couples, as they keep you dry and let through that soft, flattering light that we love so much for your photographs.
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We can't get enough of this beautiful bridal bouquet.

Photography: Lachlan and Emily Photography
Bouquet: Our Little Flower Company - Granville Island
Vancouver, BC, Canada
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