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When I met Melissa and Mark for their engagement session in February, it was COLD. After the frozen fingers and wind-blown hair, I figured we were due for some fantastic weather on their wedding day. As Memorial Day weekend approached, I cautiously watched the weather, wishing away the rain percentage that kept creeping higher and higher. The day before their wedding was solid rain and chilly – “getting all the rain out before the wedding day,” Melissa said to me! I said major prayers that the day of their wedding would turn out to have great weather.
The next morning, I woke up to blue skies! We endured a 10 second rain shower, a breezy day and lots of mosquitos that were fascinated with all of us, but hey – it didn’t matter! The sun was out and it was beautiful outside! God was looking down on Mark and Melissa as they became Husband and Wife.
[If you’ve ever wondered why photographers prefer to photograph either early in the morning or later in the evening, while the sun is lower on the horizon, these photos show why!]