You Don't Have To Spend A Fortune On EntertainmentYou Don't Have To Spend A Fortune On Entertainment

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You Don't Have To Spend A Fortune On Entertainment

Welcome to my blog. My name is John Maxwell. During the great recession, a lot of my friends found themselves struggling to pay the bills. The idea of spending money on entertainment became unthinkable. But there was a serious consequence to this. My friends saw less of each other. As a result, I went journey to find the most inexpensive or free ways of entertaining friends while still having a great time. Even though the great recession has long since passed, I believe that much of what I learned can still be useful. You can never save enough money on entertainment.


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Expecting Rain On Your Wedding Day? 3 Things To Ensure Will Be At Your Wedding Venue

Experiencing rain on your wedding day is said to bring good luck, but you may feel that is the farthest from the truth when you're expecting guests and want everyone to have a pleasant time. If you are unsure of what to look for when picking out a wedding venue or what to do when rain is on the forecast for your wedding day.

Before stressing out and making any cancellations, consider the following ways that you can ease your fears and get yourself ready for your upcoming wedding.

Coat and Umbrella Check for Guests

When you are expecting rain on your wedding day, you will likely have guests arriving with umbrellas or raincoats over their formal wear. In order for everyone to be comfortable on their way to your wedding and on the way home, it becomes important for you to have a dedicated coat and umbrella check for your guests to use.

Most wedding venues will be able to provide a space for coats and umbrellas to be dropped off, allowing you to make guests feel comfortable and avoid them needing to carry heavy coats and other items during your wedding.

Covered Spaces for Taking Photographs

Taking staged photographs with your guests is a fantastic way to preserve this special day with your friends and family. In order for you and your loved ones to get good photographs taken, you will want to have a covered area where everyone can have shelter above their heads for the photos to be taken without everyone getting wet.

This can make all the difference in everyone looking happy during the photos and allow you to take photos for a longer period of time without struggling due to the weather.

Convenient Parking or Transportation

When guests are arriving for your wedding, it becomes important to have parking or transportation that allows everyone to have shelter. Expecting guests to walk long distances when it is raining is a bad idea, making it important to have covered parking that is close to the venue or a shuttle that can transport guests closer and shield them from the rain.

Keeping your guests happy and making your wedding as dry as possible is a necessity to reduce stress if you're feeling uncomfortable about rain on your wedding day. With the tips above, a lot of your concerns can be addressed and you can avoid rain causing any complications for you and your family or friends.