Local photographer, Philip Warren, gives his top tips for dealing with bad weather on your big day.
"Some of my favourite weddings have taken place in poor weather conditions, and we've still managed to captured some amazing images.
"Try not to stress, and remember that a good photographer will be able to create memorable shots no matter what.
"Mother Nature can help create magical pictures. Whether you want a fun and humorous vibe or prefer a classic, romantic feel, a rainy day can lend itself to both.
"Soft romantic lighting, circling mist and raindrops will create an effect that you wouldn't get on a sunny day.
"Invest in props such as umbrellas and wellies. Match their shades with your colour scheme or go for a more bold look. These will add a fun element to the day and keep your guests talking.
"If the sun does make an appearance, then you may be lucky enough to see a rainbow.
"Remember, rain means good luck! So don't worry, embrace the conditions and concentrate on the most important thing – marrying the one you love."
To see more of Philip's work visit www.philip-warren.com