In many cultures, rain on your wedding day is considered good luck, symbolizing fertility and cleansing, but if it’s accompanied by high winds or other inclement conditions, it can still mean trouble for you and your guests.
You don’t have to be planning on an outdoor wedding for the weather to put a damper on things. Rain, wind, winter weather, and other adverse conditions can make travel difficult or even cause power outages.
Everyone likes to imagine their wedding day going off without a hitch, but that shouldn’t stop you from preparing for possibilities like these. If you’re getting married in Connecticut, planning your big day with Riverhouse Hospitality is a great first step.
Stay Prepared with the Help of Riverhouse Hospitality
When you plan your wedding with Riverhouse Hospitality, you can be confident that every detail is accounted for, from the décor to catering and amenities—and safety is no exception.
In cases of inclement weather The Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station, Riverhouse Hospitality’s flagship venue, is equipped with an emergency generator so that no amount of wind, rain, sleet, or snow will ever turn the lights off on your wedding day.
The Society Room of Hartford, meanwhile, is located in the heart of Connecticut’s state capital within easy walking distance of multiple hotels and other amenities. So there’ll never be a reason to worry about hazardous travel conditions.
Safety Isn’t Just about the Weather
Both The Riverhouse and The Society Room of Hartford are equipped with automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) from the MVS Dragonheart Foundation, with select staff trained in AED use, CPR, and choking rescue—more proof of Riverhouse Hospitality’s commitment to safety.
Learn More and Book Your Next Event
If you’d like to learn more about booking your next wedding or other event with Riverhouse Hospitality, get in touch today.
In addition to The Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station and The Society Room of Hartford, Riverhouse Hospitality has partnerships with the finest venues in Connecticut, like the New Britain Museum of American Art and the Hartford Riverfront Boathouse.