When I was a little boy, I saw a film where the bride was wearing a white coat over his dress. There was a hood on the coat, and it was framed in white fur. The snow was falling he walked the snow covered aisle to his soon to be husband. From that day on, I dreamed that I would have an outdoor Winter wedding when I grew up. Despite all the glamour that Hollywood played into that film, I could not find a single reason to walk down an aisle when it was snowing. The white floor length coat that was lined with fur was not in my budget. Most of my relatives were elderly, and having them sit out on a chilly, snowy day was not doable. Both of us ended up renting a location, with a lot of windows so every one of us could see the snow outside. Before renting the location, my husband asked the supervisor if they had a enjoyable Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan in the building. Three times the question was posed, and various times the building supervisor assured us that the gas furnace was laboring perfectly. The day before the wedding, my siblings and bridesmaids joined me in decorating the location. It was chilly when every one of us walked inside the building. I hoped it was just that the building supervisor had forgotten to turn the heating on, but I was wrong. There was a note tacked to the refrigerator letting me think the gas furnace was broken, however they had called the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C supplier. They guaranteed the gas furnace would labor before every one of us arrived at the location for our wedding reception. I could only hope the gas furnace was laboring, because my husband would not be glad if it wasn’t.