Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Wedding Portraits

On our wedding day we wanted to maximize the natural light and take the majority of our photos before our ceremony. Getting married in California in the winter time means that by 5:30 p.m. you are in darkness. Our ceremony was starting at 4:30 and we didn't want to chance it and only have about 30 minutes of sunlight to do all of our wedding party, family and couple shots. I'm so glad we did this because we were able to get a lot of outdoor shots that we wouldn't have been able to get at night.










Northern California was hit with a huge wind/rain storm that morning so in a lot of our outdoor shots my dress was bustled in hopes of keeping it clean and dry for the ceremony and reception. This worked and we were able to keep my shoes from getting dirty (we were married on a vineyards property).





After the ceremony we took family portraits and a few more wedding party shots.




We also took some nighttime shots of just the two of us.

 

4 comments:

Rebecca said...

I love wedding photos!

And I think I would have been a lot less nervous if I had seen my husband before the ceremony. He helps calm me down.

Brittany said...

Your dress was beautiful! Great pictures!

Southern Soul

Neely said...

These are stunning!

Sheryl at How to Make a Life said...

I love these photos. You are beautiful!