Kelley sat there getting her hair done staring out the window at her ceremony site getting rained on. All set up. In the rain. But not frazzled. And no plan b. The ceremony time arrived and their guests gathered and they checked the radar one last time. It said this was the window of time before the rain was going to come. But I had this hunch and ran to the car for some umbrellas just in case, and they came in handy. Cause sure enough as the bridesmaids began to walk down the aisle the rain came. Quickly. Pouring down by the time Kelley walked down the aisle, still with a huge smile on her face.
These two had it all that day in the mountains at Arrowpeak Lodge. Well no snow, but close. With just a few degrees above freezing. Rain. Hail. A windstorm that left their ceremony site looking like a massacre. And more rain. They stuck it out. With smiles and laughter. And after one of the best wedding dinners ever (chicken fried and homemade bacon mac and cheese WHAT?! there was so much more and I won’t even get started on that) we peeked outside to see the rain had stopped. Ran out to do some photos and they were rewarded with a sunset!!!
It was AMAZING!!!!!!! I’m so in love with these images. I couldn’t adore Kelley, Chris and their families more than I do. It was so sweet seeing Kelley have her grandma as her matron of honor! And, Chris’ dad made sure to tell people I liked hugs and therefore I received many random, VERY good, hugs ALL day! I loved it.
Kelley & Chris, after being engaged for several years you have finally pulled off an amazing wedding day! YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It was so beautiful!! Way to smile and love through it all!