Every couple that is planning an outdoor wedding stresses out about one thing: the weather! Hopefully you have great backup plans in place if you are planning an outdoor event. (If you don't, you should!) But here's an old tradition you might want to add to your wedding planning schedule.
Southern folklore has it that 30 days before the wedding, at the time of the ceremony, the couple should go to the ceremony location and bury a bottle of bourbon upside down. During the cocktail hour, the bottle is dug up and subsequently passed around for all to enjoy. The folklore must be true, because we've seen it done at 3 weddings now and all have had fabulous weather despite rainy or cold days before and after!
Do you have any superstitions or traditions you'd like to share?
(photo from Ann and Mark's November 2014 wedding, by Susan Michal Photography)