You know that kind of cold that’s just wet? The kind of cold that’s not freezing, persay, but more just the kind of cold that stays with you even once you’ve come inside? And then there’s that rainy kind of day that is more raining-ish… one of those days where it’s just easier to keep your windshield wipers on manual because it’s not REALLY raining. But, it is. That’s the kind of cold and rain it was (along with a little wind) on Anna and Cameron’s wedding day.
But here’s the thing about Anna and Cam: they are awesome. The cold, wind, rain and some pretty strong parental objections weren’t going to stop them from doing photos outside… because it was one of the few weekends in Indiana that actually LOOKED like fall. We were in downtown Greenfield and the leaves and trees were just right. If anything, the rain made it even more picture perfect.
It just had to be done. And they rocked it. You’ll see in a moment.
Anna’s dress is one of my all-time favorites. I can’t emphasis how important finding the perfect dress is… and this one fit her like a glove. No fidgeting. No adjusting. And it was just gorgeous.
These two opted to do a first-look (yay!). I normally encourage having this be a private moment between the bride and groom. However, in this case, it was important to Anna and Cam that their families watch them as they saw one another for the first time. It was lovely.
So, about that cold and rain? The rain held off for just a few minutes when it was time to go outside. We decided to leave the bridal party (including a bridesmaid who was like 83 weeks pregnant) behind. I asked them to give me seven minutes. Um, they are awesome.
Vendor list coming soon. But, I need to give a hug, a kiss, a high five, a fist bump and a cocktail to Abby Hacker for being such an amazing second shooter… xoxox.