Thursday, March 10, 2011
It's another rainy day here in the D.C. area and, as wedding season approaches, my mind naturally turns to the possibility of rainy wedding days. Although I carry almost a dozen huge umbrellas in my trunk for just such an occasion, the bride's gown always makes me nervous. One sneaky puddle or side-blowing rain and the bride ends up with water stains on her dress.
RainyDay BridalWear has made a raincoat for brides to wear just in case they have a rainy wedding day. This wedding dress raincoat is crystal clear so you can see the gown through it and has crystal snaps and satin cording. An over-sized hood fully protects the bride's hair, as well. The also completely wraps underneath, protecting the gown from wet grass and walkways on the way to ceremony and reception sites. I think this is so clever as the bottom of the gown always takes the biggest beating!
I think I may have to add one of these to my emergency kit. Although I'm not usually a fan of wearing clear plastic, I'd make an exception to get the bride to the church without soaking her dress. You can find this online at www.rainydaybridalwear.com .