Outdoor Austin Wedding Season with a Wedding Planner

The weather in Austin is anything, but predictable. Breaking heat records at the end of April after dropping temperatures the beginning of April gives outside brides (and their wedding planners) a lot to prep for. We’ve had a lot of rain plans that had to go into full mode in April. As we have said in the past, be sure you love your bad weather plan and that is not just for rain. As we saw this month, you may need it for extreme heat or cold.

The last three weekends have been so much warmer than earlier in the month and we have great wedding photos pending from two weddings at www.naturespoint.com , www.villadellago.com , www.fourseasons.com/austin and www.oneworldtheatre.org

I understand fully when brides are upset we have to switch plans, but it is Mother Nature’s way of getting her way and there is not a lot we can do about stopping it. We can however go with it to keep your event amazing by being prepared.

We have had some many beautiful weddings that had to move forward with the bad weather plan and they were still fantastic. Here are a few wonderful outside weddings we did at www.vistawestranch.com  www.fourseasons.com/austin and www.villadellago.com for you to enjoy. We had good backup plans for the events.

Vista West Ranch Weddings, followed by the Four Seasons and then Villa del Lago.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy planning (especially your weather plans),

Barbara

www.barbarasbrides.com

About Barbara

Owner and lead planner of Barbara's Brides. Assisting couples with their weddings in Austin for over 20 years. I've kept my company small in order to continue the hands on personal service my couples expect.
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