They say, Rain on your wedding day is an indication of good luck, or a sign of great fertility. Great fertility may not be good luck for some but I think most couples pray for one of our beautiful sunny Arizona days. In Southern Arizona, we have very few days where wedding ceremonies can not be held outdoors. Over the years we have had only a very few that the weather has prohibited it from being performed outside. Tucson Wedding Venues that have the option to bring the wedding inside can be a source of great comfort for most brides, as you plan your big day. At Saguaro Buttes, when we encounter one of those days where we are forced to bring it inside, we move the head table, and bring in an arch, set it up on the stage, and allow people to sit at their tables. The bridal party makes their entrance through an isle formed between the tables. As you look for a venue, one of the questions to ask is, What do you do if it rains? It is always good to have a plan B, and one that is satisfactory to you. The wedding pictured above was of a recent wedding on March 1st. 2014 of Cassandra and Jonathan at Saguaro Buttes. It rained all day long, but their was a rainbow at the end of this one. At sunset the clouds broke and they had the most beautiful double rainbow. So their is a silver lining to every cloud.