With a booked calendar full of 4th July events!
When creating the guest list, for instance, consider how many people you can reasonably entertain indoors, which may be less than the amount you could spread throughout the backyard. When you gather the supplies for your outdoor event, consider decorations that can be easily relocated, or pick up a few extras to keep on hand in case you have to transform an indoor space on short notice.
Tell your guest to dress in rain gear the event is still on! It won’t hurt your guests to get a little wet. Make the best of the wet weather by rain dancing, umbrella twirling, and puddle jumping. Tell your guest lets dance in the Rain! Maybe the day isn’t expected to be a total washout. When the forecast predicts scattered showers all day you can still salvage your event plans—with a little help from some outdoor shelter, ask your guest and family if they have some tents or beach umbrella they can lend you. This way your guest will have a place to gather when it starts to rain! The garage is another space that comes in handy for a rainy day event. Move the car out, clear some space and set an area to relate in case of rain.
Have a rain date planed ahead of time...
If you can't stop Mother Nature and she gives you rain, embrace it instead.