SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV / CBS 5) – The Valentine's Day forecast is not pretty. This will be particularly bad for future brides who will get married on February 14 just about anywhere in or around Phoenix.

It's too cliché or just because the date falls on a Thursday of this year, many wedding planners in the Valley say that no wedding is planned for Valentine's Day. But Amy Petrovsky's clients at Sensational Events are holding some rehearsals on V-Day with their wedding on Friday.

"I think if it's the day you want, it's the day you want," she said.

The rehearsal dinner, which will take place at someone's, will not be designed as originally planned.

"It was planned for the outside, but with 100 percent rain, we had to juggle a bit," Petrovksy said. "So, all the tables that were going to be outside, we will now reduce them and they will go inside."

The wedding rehearsal will take place Thursday afternoon at Mountain Shadows Resort in Scottsdale. If the rain starts to fall, it can be easily moved inside to a lobby for a quick crossing.

"You know that you can not take a lot of things so seriously, and you have to be light and, you know, follow the flow from time to time," Petrovsky said.

There is much less chance of rain on Friday, the wedding day. Petrovsky thinks her customers will stay in space, but she will always watch the forecasts so they can call them two hours in advance.

"You can not really organize and then move the marriage," she said. "It's very complicated, I did it and it's very complicated."

Petrovsky explains that solving the problem before it happens is the way it keeps its customers calm until daylight.


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