I started this wedding with an anti-rain dance the day before, with thunderstorms and 25 mph winds predicted I was preparing for the worst with this outdoor wedding. But of course, it is Vermont and when it could be down-pouring in Montpelier (it was) it could be sunny and even warm just a half hour away (and it was.) We came prepared with several different pairs of shoes and outfits to suit the occasion and luckily didn’t really need to use any of them. The rain held out for the ceremony and aside from the wet feet no one seemed to care. I am so thankful the lighting was good – I wasn’t lying when I told the bride that overcast skies make for better photographs. PHEW!
I was flattered when Melissa contacted me – she had seen an album I created for friends Brooke & Mario, and the rest is history. A beautiful bride must plan a beautiful and special day, and that she did. A gorgeous view from the Seideman residence atop the hills of Plainfield made for a spectacular setting and paired with blue and white flowers and personal sentiments throughout, I would say the wedding was quite a success. So much so that I had a terrible time limiting my images to 25, there are too many to list on this blog entry.
To Melissa & Eric, you have a great family, thank them profusely. It was great working with you, and I mean that. What a terrific wedding – you guys were gorgeous. Cheers to you two.