What a great day! All day we were crossing our fingers that all our photos could be outside and we lucked out. We were able to drive out to Black Leg Ranches old homestead to take our couple photos. In the distance we could hear deep thunder rolling in and we made sure to get back just in time. As Aimee was walking down the aisle the rain came down and we were so cozy in the main barn. It was so intimate and sweet. It was a perfect evening.
This past weekend we had so much fun with Rylie and Rory. All week we were watching the weather and crossing our fingers for it not to rain. Friday evening they decided to take their chances and get set up in Rylies Grandpas back yard to keep the tradition of family weddings at his home. Driving up there were so many beautiful trees. Later we found out that every tree planted in the yard was planted when a new member of the family was born. My favorite part of the day was right before the first kiss it started poring rain. This amazing bride and groom stood under that great big tree, embraced the rain and gave each other the most beautiful romantic rain kiss..... it was epic.
When Sarah asked if we would go out to her families old coal mine way out of town I thought for sure we were going to get murdered. But curiosity prevailed and we agreed to travel up north for their engagement session. Long story short we are both still alive and have some awesome photos to show for it. Ryan and Sarah you guys were so natural in front of the camera you made our jobs easy. We loved that you brought Scout along he was such a good boy. My favorite part was when your dad found a huge Bull snake right under where Ben was just shooting from. If it were me I would have freaked.
Congratulations you guys and we cant wait to celebrate your wedding.
We have the pleasure of documenting weddings all over the Midwest. This blog is a fun sneak peek for those brides and grooms.