It may have been cold outside, but this amazing couple was on FIRE all day. I’d never shot a winter wedding before, but I think Kathryn and Greg knew what they were doing when they scheduled their wedding for the shortest day (and the longest night!) of the year. The great blizzard of ’09 held off long enough to keep everyone dry and safe, and it was a wonderful evening.
We began at the bride’s parent’s house, where everything was decorated for the holidays. Kathryn and her two best friends kept us laughing while they got ready:
Bob’s done this before. Nothing to do but wait on the women:
The bride’s nieces were flower girls:
We braced ourselves for some outdoor shots. Everyone was very brave as it was like a million below zero.
Final touches before we left for the church:
Kathryn and Greg were married at St. Anthony’s in Cohasset. I wasn’t allowed back in the sacristy where Greg and his twin brother Jeff were waiting, but I managed to sneak a shot:
I love when the bride arrives. People were driving by and honking…
Check out these cuties:
I love this one:
Another sneaky shot:
Then we were off to the Red Lion Inn right down the street in Cohasset for the reception in their antique barn. It was so beautiful:
Of course, so were Greg and Kathryn. At one point, I asked Greg if he was having a good time (duh), and he told me that he had never felt such joy in all of his life. How’s that for melting your heart? It was so evident in the way that they looked at each other:
Isn’t Kathryn gorgeous?
Kathryn and Greg, I am so grateful to have been a part of your day. You are such a fun and caring couple, and I wish you all the happiness in the world! xoxo.