Jennifer and Jason’s wedding day started out like any typical sunny Florida day. Beautiful puffy white clouds painted the pretty blue sky. They had planned to have their ceremony outside under that beautiful sky, but at the last possible minute a typical June storm rolled in and threatened the ceremony with lightning and rain. Though it appeared it might just barely miss the ceremony, Jen and Jason made the difficult decision to move the ceremony indoors where the reception would be held. The catering team from Sweetwater Branch Inn handled the last-minute move with professionalism and swiftly moved the ceremony by rearranging the already set reception area to accommodate the ceremony.
This was my first outdoor wedding that actually got “rained out” and moved indoors, but I knew it would happen sooner or later here in Florida. What honestly surprised me is just how well Jennifer (and Jason) handled the situation. Jennifer just went with the flow without skipping a beat. Her day wasn’t ruined by any means. In fact, as I learned later in the evening, she actually liked that the ceremony was moved indoors. In her words “it was much more intimate that way”. There was no aisle to walk down. Instead she wove a path of tightly shifted table settings filled with wedding guests along with her father to the man of her dreams. Afterwards…the sky’s cleared in time for portraits and fun. Be sure to click on the title for the entire post. Congratulations Jennifer and Jason. You two rock!