We'll see if I have a story to tell tomorrow.
We are currently parked up in the motorhome outside a local swimming complex in Versier, Germany sitting this out.
It's going to be a noisy night and the motorhome is rocking like we are on a boat.
I have a few small stories.
My wife and I got married in March 2014 in the Coromandel area of New Zealand.
We'd rented a large house and planned a beach wedding with various weather related backup options ranging from a small natural ampitheatre in a stand of trees between the beach and the house if it was too windy and an open sided marque in the house grounds if it was raining.
Mother Nature had better ideas though and hit us with Tropical Cyclone Lusi. You couldn't even stand up on the beach, in the trees was out of the question and the horizontal rain ruled the marque out.
Fortunately as we were away from our home area most of our guests had travelled to the venue the day before and were staying locally, with many actually staying in the house with us. The father-in-law however had to drive around downed trees on the roads to bring the fresh catering over on the morning though.
We ended up getting married in the garage which all our friends emptied of farm gates and trailers and turned into a chapel while we were getting ready, complete with the white sheet off our bed as the backdrop!
We had asked the photographers for lots of candid shots before and during the wedding as well as the usual staged stuff and so when our photo's came back the whole thing was made extra special seeing all our friends just getting stuck in and doing what needed to be done to make our day happen. When the wife walked down the aisle she couldn't believe the garage was the same place, everyone did that good a job