The possibility of rain on your big day is enough to cause any bride to take a few extra measures in hopes that the sun will shine brightly when it is time to walk down the aisle. Therefore, Sapphire Creek Winery takes a little southern inspiration for its brides and grooms to help ward off the ominous possibility of rain on your wedding day.
Burying the bourbon is a tradition that, if done correctly, is supposed to ward off rain the day of the wedding. Those who swear by this Southern myth state that the bride and groom-to-be must visit their venue exactly a month before the wedding date and bury a full bottle of bourbon upside down. After you say “I do” dig up your bourbon and share it with your wedding party and guests in celebration.