“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain.”
Lovebirds Jessica and Daniel danced through a rainy summer day’s engagement portrait session, made the most of the emptied park and a very green corner of the world all to themselves.
Congrats! Can’t wait to celebrate with you guys!
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This spring and summer have been rich with celebrations, milestones, and joy. Last week we looked back a decade while marking an anniversary, today we go back 9 years for Katie & Mathew.
These are just a few of my favorite images and moments from their beautiful ceremony at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.
Katie and Mathew’s smiles say it all when they saw each other during Katie’s procession to the altar.
Despite storms brewing outside the Lady Chapel had a beautiful glow during their wedding ceremony.
The newlyweds beaming all the way down the aisle, brighter than July sunlight. The summer storms outside could not dampen their spirits.
And this, friends, is a key part I believe we all need for successful relationships. To realize life will not always be perfect, that rain will fall, and you’ve got to make the best of each moment. When life gives you thunderstorms and humid haze, you have a choice: You can run for cover or… go make diffused light portraits.
We made a short drive from Notre Dame to Saint Mary’s College for bridal party portraits under ivy covered arched walkways.
There’s nothing wrong with wanting to stay dry, stay cool, and wait for sunny skies. There is something to be admired about couples who are determined to make the best of each moment, together, and will go out in the rain and weather the storms. Once these storms have passed may you look back on ordinary moments that become an extraordinary story together.
Even in a puddle reflection portrait the bride and groom were full of smiles throughout their wedding celebration!
Congrats, Katie & Mathew!
Perfect Scripture for Tessa & Jonny’s outdoor wedding at the Copshaholm Mansion Gardens in South Bend, Indiana last Friday:
Many waters cannot quench love, neither can the floods drown it.
Song of Solomon 8:7
Update on the way – See more of Tessa & Jonny’s photos here – enjoy!