13 Ways to Rock Rainy Wedding Day Photos
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13 Ways to Rock Rainy Wedding Day Photos

If rain on your wedding day is a good omen, then these couples are as lucky as they come! Instead of letting the weather ruin their big day, they proved that a major downpour can create some seriously stunning photographs. Scroll down for 13 beautiful rainy day wedding photos will make you think twice before singing, “Rain, rain, go away!”

1. DC Drizzle: This DC wedding party didn’t let a little drizzle stop them from striking a pose. (via Sarah Bradshaw Photography / Brides)

2. Good Hair Day: Husbands are for holding the umbrella so your hair doesn’t get wet, right? (via The Image Is Found)

3. Window Weather: Is anyone else having Titanic flashbacks? There is just something *so* romantic about a fogged-up window. (via Jose Villa)

4. Helping Hand: We always knew that a best man was meant for something more than giving a funny speech. (via Our Love Is Loud / Wedding Party App)

5. All Steamed Up: Clear umbrellas are perfect for rainy-day wedding photos. This couple completely rocked the stormy weather that came their way. (via Ariel Renae Photography / Brides)

6. Wedding Weather: Okay, Mother Nature, we see you. This dreamy photo has us actually wishing that it will rain during more mountain weddings. (via Carey Nash / Junebug Weddings)

7. Singing in the Rain: There is no better time to sing (and dance) in the rain than on your wedding day. Don’t be afraid to kick off your heels and celebrate! (via Taylor Lenci)

8. Share an Umbrella: What better excuse to get cozy than having to share an umbrella? Pair it with coordinating rain boots and you’ve got a winning combo. (via Michelle Lindsell / Rock My Wedding)

9. Rain Dance: Forget the dance floor and head outside to take a dip in the rain. (via Jess Collins / Bridal Guide)

10. Stolen Smooches: Take cover and steal some (totally ‘grammable) kisses in the rain. (via James & Elaine Photography / Wedding Chicks)

11. Dock Party: Make the most of the rainy weather by taking moody photos. (via Shari and Mike / Junebug Weddings)

12. Garage Door Backdrop: Stay dry with your own individual umbrellas. (via Tyler Boye Photography / Reverie)

13. Rain Bearer: This little man means business and nothing is going to stop him from delivering the rings to the groom. (via Kathy Silke Photography / Weddings Online)

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