Jenn + Steve’s wedding day started off with clear weather, then moved into freezing rain/slush, and ended up having a mini-blizzard right in the middle of it! In fact, at one point in the day, the snowflakes were so dense and large that they looked completely fake (like they were made of foam and a wind machine)! Jenn wanted snow on her wedding day and boy-oh-boy did she get it! This wonderfully sweet couple definitely made the most of it during their portrait portion of the day! Getting completely drenched by the snow was definitely worth the shots we got out in that less than pleasant weather.⠀
Do you know what happens when lobbyist and other very political people get together for a wedding? One of the funniest and most enjoyable weddings ever!! (it sounded like a really bad joke, but wasn’t one)
We really do get to work with the best couples. Sweet and funny, and of course, so very much in love – it is a breeze to photograph their wedding days! But what makes them ridiculously fun is when their wedding party is a blast too and Katlyn + Steve’s group was truly awesome!
Rain on your wedding day is supposed to be good luck for your marriage, but it can also be a little stressful. Each time we have had a rainy wedding to capture, the couple has approached the weather with a different outlook. For Kristen + Todd, they didn’t let it get them down.
Leading up to this year that I have been calling the Season of Temples, due to the fact that we have 1/3 of our weddings as the Temple’s Sugar Bush, I was a little worried that I wouldn’t be able to keep the images fresh and interesting enough – especially when it came to the sneak peeks. But I really didn’t need to be worried at all, because not only did Temple’s already have so many wonderful places for portraits, but they have renovated a whole little cabin for me!!