If rain on your wedding day is good luck, then does a whole day of rain mean a lifetime of luck? If so, these two will have it made! While the rain and difficult lighting made this day challenging from a photography perspective, Hunter and Abbey were an absolute dream to work with. Everyone was laid back, and happy just to be there and be getting married. Regardless of the weather or anything else. They all made sure to be ready on time which makes the whole day flow smoothly and stay stress free. Everyone in their wedding party and their family were kind and calm as well. Being surrounded by excited, laid back people helped me so much. I could focus on what needed to happen to make sure the photos were going to be all we dreamed of. With low light and and dark colored backgrounds, I had to be more creative and intentional to get the best shots.
Hunter and Abbey made their day so special. When it came to the ceremony, I think we can all agree five-year-old Lucas stole their show. It was as if they’d planned out each of his responses perfectly but in reality, that was all his awesome impromptu self. Lucas kept us all laughing and relaxed. I love how Abbey and Hunter were so intentional about keeping him involved. He walked his mom down the aisle. He participated in the and ceremony. Hunter read special vows just to Lucas. They both gave him a squishy kiss after their first kiss, and he walked back down the aisle with them excitedly too. At the reception, he helped make an exciting announcement as the three of the did a gender reveal. They did a special family dance with him as well. This little guy is so very loved. And I know he’ll make a great big brother as well.
To Hunter, Abbey, Lucas and the unborn baby – congratulations on your family. I wish you all a lifetime of love, joy, peace, and laughter. May you always be each other’s biggest cheerleader, and best friend. May you never lose your love of going on adventures together, being spontaneous, and driving with no destination but to spend time together. Thank you for letting me capture this part of your journey.