When I showed up at the Arc Hotel to start Jenn’s bridal prep I walked into a room of cool, calm and collected ladies (and one of the cutest flowergirls ever, who let me know exactly who her mommy was and that I was not to steal her). They were all just so relaxed and positive, it was an absolutely joy to be around. Mix that with the absolutely stunning details Jenn had set aside for me (look at those shoes!!!) and it was definitely the absolute best way to start a wedding day.
So any bride planning their big day knows that they need to have a Plan B in case of rain (assuming you are doing at least some portion of your day outdoors), and Jenn was prepared with that Plan B. She had discussed it with her wedding planner and us as her photographers. Her ceremony was indoors so no worries there, and we had lots of umbrellas and towels/sheets (to stand on and keep her dress dry) at the ready should the showers come during their first look and portraits. But what do you do when it hails – in August?
Sometimes there just aren’t words for how wonderful a day is. Sometimes there just aren’t words for how perfect everything was on our very last wedding of the season. That time is now and the wedding was Alexandra + Rico’s.
The last wedding of the season is always a special one for me since it will be the last wedding day to step in front of our cameras for a few months. Thankfully we don’t have to wait too long for the next wedding since we have a couple off season weddings coming up, but I am even more thankful that for this year, our last wedding was for these two amazing people.