In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, are you worried that a natural disaster will derail your big day? Here, real brides who were affected by the storm share their stories. Also, New York-based event planner Shawn Rabideau gives expert advice on what to do in this tough situation.
Jillian Migliaccio and Nicholas Stugard were set to wed on Nov. 2. In the days leading up to their nuptials, as "Frankenstorm" media coverage mounted, they decided they would get married-no matter what. Their original venue in Monmouth Beach, New Jersey, was severely flooded, so they improvised and said their "I dos" on the front lawn of the bride's childhood home.
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Jillian Migliaccio and Nicholas Stugard went through with their Nov. 2 wedding in New York, despite the hurricane.
That same day, Long Island couple Erin Marie Lounsbury and Matthew Marone wasn't as fortunate. Thanks to uninvited guest Sandy, their best man was stranded in a different state (his flight was canceled), the men's tuxes were lost in transit, and the pew decorations even got swept Read More »from What to Do in Case of a Wedding Weather Disaster