We were watching the weather closely the week leading up to this incredible love story. We had a random storm system decide to roll through, and being unsure of what the shooting conditions would be like, Justin and I prepped ourselves for a cold day in the stormy weather. Luckily this particular wedding was located and the incredible gorgeous McConnell Foundation, which happens to be a mere 7 minutes from our house, so we knew when it was all said and done we’d have a short trip home. Upon our arrival we were greeted by the kindest most peaceful bridal party ever.
Delicious cupcakes and cakes provided by the very talented Erika owner of Cupcakes For the Kingdom. We are always so excited when we know they’ve provided the cakes for any event we’re working!
The weather had not shaken them one bit, and their positive attitudes totally paid off, when I kid you not the clouds parted and the sun shined the very moment our stunning Bride Maggie stepped out onto the aisle. We were all in complete shock how it went from pouring, to sunshine in a matter of minutes. The day turned out to be incredible. Justin and I loved every minute we spent photographing this celebration, and meeting all the incredible people who contributed to this amazing wedding. The coordinator Brittany was FABULOUS. The Florist “the Floranthropist” is one of my all time favorites, and I was literally giddy to see her arrive with all of the mind blowing bouquets, and centerpieces, not to mention this arbor . I don’t know how you top yourself every time Katie, but you always do! The make up artist did an incredible job on all the ladies, and worked so quickly, leaving some extra time, for amazing pre-ceremony bridal photos.