This has to be the coldest wedding to date. We had a mix of rain and snow all day long. Each time I peered out the window, I said a quick prayer to myself that the sky would give us a glimpse of sunshine. After the ceremony again, we checked and there was still rain. I snuck Madison to the side and asked what she thought about still going outside for the portrait part of the wedding. She agreed it was in the best interest of the photos to just go for it.
We quickly went over the game plan and we were off. As we arrived at the Brown House where we had the portraits, it was wet and freezing! The entire wedding party was absolutely amazing! They held it together, so I was able to capture all the needed photos in under ten minutes!
When we went to the couples photos of Madison and Josh, they made it so easy on me. Josh took to any chance he got to love on Madison. You can see how incredibly in love with her he is. All in all, we spent about 20 minutes tops on all the photos. We may have not gotten the sunshine we hoped for but we were blessed with incredibly beautiful photos.
According to the old wives’ tale, the knot in “tying the knot” becomes wet and is harder to break, thus making the marriage stronger. So I think Josh and Madison are going to have many many years of a blessed and happy marriage <3