Sure, rain on your wedding day is supposed to be lucky, but if you're wearing an expensive white dress and hoping for some pretty outdoor pictures, you probably aren't feeling so lucky if the forecast looks like this:
For a wedding venue owner, all the rain can make for some sad, sopping-wet brides. But Karen Moise, the owner of Ma Maison, is making lemonade from rain-soaked lemons: If it's stormy on a day Ma Maison is hosting a wedding, she'll put out a mason jar to gather the rain. After the wedding, she'll seal the jar and send it to the bride and groom—so they can have their wedding rainwater blessed and use it for their future baby's baptism.
How's that for a sweet silver lining?
Obviously not every baby is baptized, but it's a fun souvenir for wet-weather brides and grooms, regardless of your religion. One caveat: If you're gathering rain on your own, freeze the water, or it will eventually evaporate, Karen says.
And try not to fret about your wedding pictures: Rain makes for spectacular photos. Here's proof:
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