Weather Be Good

Spring is fast approaching and that means “wedding” season is right around the corner. Weddings in New England especially outdoor weddings are becoming more and popular as unique venues open their spaces for ceremonies and receptions.

One of the few challenges with outdoor events is the weather. Weather is the one condition that can’t be controlled even with the best preparation.

Kirsten and Mike were married at the Crumpin Fox Golf Course in Bernardston, MA. 4 tents were set up for a beautiful ceremony and reception. That changed about 30 minutes before the start of their ceremony. Severe rain and thunder rolled through the area and a micro-burst landed about 1 mile from the course. Needless to say both the ceremony and reception were pushed back. During that time I was under “the big tent” crossing my fingers that the tent would not blow away. Mother Nature came through with better weather and DJ Lori B rocked the party.

The two video’s show the before and after from the micro-burst.




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