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wet weather plans

Perth can experience some pretty amazing weather, but as weather is unpredictable it does help to have a wet weather plan in place so you're not scrambling around at the last minute.

I've put together a list of places I've come across that would suit a rainy day wedding. 

Things to consider:

  • What is the capacity? How many guests, including Celebrant and Photographer, can the space hold?

  • What is the lighting like? Is it in a dark corner or does it have a big window with natural light?

  • What is the accessibility? Do you have to climb stairs in order to get to the space?

  • Is there adequate parking? Make sure it's not too difficult for any other guests.

  • Book more than enough time. If the ceremony and photos go for an hour, then book the space for 2 hours to allow before and after time.

  • If there is a open/close procedure, work this out before the ceremony and let me know if you need any help with opening up before your arrival.

If you want to be really comfortable on your day, then consider an Airbnb ceremony. You can check out my guide on Airbnb/Accommodation ceremonies here.

NOTE: Most images have been taken from the venue's website or SpacetoCo booking page.

Central

Space to Co - The Reading Room.jpg

Aberdeen St, Northbridge

Room in a heritage building

Space to Co - The Aristocrats Room.jpg

King Street, Perth City

Event space in historical building

Marlee Pavillion Kings Park by Red Eclec

Marlee Pavilion, Kings Park

Undercover pavilion with views

Space to Co - The Back Bar.jpg

Railway Pde, West Leederville

Behind a cafe

South

Space to Co - Gallery with Atrium.jpg

Phillimore Street, Fremantle

Art Gallery

Space to Co - Dadaas Big Hall.jpg

Adelaide St, Fremantle

In an old boys school

Feld and Co.jpg

Marmion St, Booragoon

Warehouse space

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