Did that make a difference to Dan and Joann's wedding?
Not one iota. They flatly refused to let the weather get in the way of their celebrations and carried on regardless.
What's the point of telling you this?
Well, pin back your ears.
Sometimes things don't always go according to plan and people react to it in different ways. Some will get upset if every little detail isn't perfect and let it blight the most important day of their lives.
Others, like Joanne and Dan remind everyone that it's good luck if it rains on your wedding day and take it as a good omen. Then they carry on regardless and enjoy every second of the day - rain and all. They even wanted photos outside when it eased off a bit because the rain was part of the their day and they want to remember all of it. Their smiles were brighter than the sun could ever have been.
So the moral of the story is; go with the flow, relax, party and enjoy every minute. If something isn't right you can't change it at this point so just work round it. You certainly can't control the weather but you might find it makes your wedding a little bit different and even more special as a result. It'll certainly give people something to talk about.
As for me, stormy weather gives me an opportunity to get creative and that's the bit I enjoy most. It's a good job really. As an English wedding photographer I've paddled around at many a soggy wedding, I'm rapidly developing webbed feet!
Stormy weather? Bring it on!