A Little Southern Tradition

Rain, rain go away, come again another day! We can guarantee that the thought of rain on her big day has crossed just about every bride’s mind at one time or another. Well worry no more, we have found an old southern tradition that might be just want you need for your Wedding Day. Southern folklore says that if you bury a bottle of bourbon at the site where the bride and groom are to be married, then it won’t rain on their wedding day. This must be done exactly one month before the wedding, the bottle must be completely full and it must be buried upside down. Are you willing to try out the tradition to be sure the rain clouds stay away?

It might be worth a shot if you are getting married in Nebraska, we all know how the weather can be around here!

Written By Cali Hlavac

Cali Hlavac is the owner and videographer of A Sound Impression. I’m Cali (said like Kay-Lee) and I’m in LOVE with weddings.More importantly, I’m in love with capturing all the happiness and love that are present on the wedding day. We all know the only things left after a wedding day is over are the photos + videos, plus a worn out wedding dress I love giving couples a fantastic memory of their wedding day, one that truly captures the voices, the tears, the joy, the family and the love, all while telling the story of you as a couple.

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