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• Move past it quickly. It is okay to get upset if the weather turns for the worse. But don’t dwell on it. Guests will sense negative energy, and couples should set the tone of sticking it through despite a little adversity — which can be a good lesson for the mar- riage as well. THE PLAZA RESTAURANT & OYSTER BAR SPECIALIZING IN On and Off Premises Catering Call our Banquet Manager Michael Regina to schedule your next event or meeting. • Embrace the rain. While a couple prob- ably won’t wish for rain, there are some benefits to overcast skies, say the wedding professionals at Brides magazine. Flowers are less likely to wilt in rainy conditions. In the absence of bright sunlight, outdoor pho- tographs can really pop. Rain is romantic and may compel couples and their guests to cuddle close. Wedding Receptions • Rehearsal Dinners Anniversary Parties • Class Reunions Birthdays • Church Gatherings AV Equipment available for Buesiness Meetings THE PLAZA RESTAURANT & OYSTER BAR “Downtown on The Bricks” 217 South Broad Street Thomasville, GA 31792 229-226-5153 www.thomasvilleplaza.com Don’t let rain on a wedding day become a drag. With preparation and perspective, couples can handle rainy wedding days. Stephen Gainous State Farm Protect the ones you Love. For all your insurance & financial service needs Auto • Life • Home • Health • Business 208583-1 117 West Jefferson Street • 229-226-7656 208775-1 Thomasville Scene February - March 2019 43