I love our brave couples – brides who are not afraid of their dress touching the ground, grooms who think nothing of walking out into a field on a rainy day, and couples like Nikki and Tom who prepare to meet with freezing temps for some wintery engagement photos! A few days before Nikki and Tomâ€™s engagement session, we were in contact about the weather: high of 7, snow. Usually we donâ€™t keep our sessions on for that date if the temperature is below 20, but with this winter being so chilly at all times, any number without a negative sign in front of it didnâ€™t seem so bad. Still, I would be in boots and a coat, with thirty shirts underneath; Nikki and Tom would be in their well-planned engagement outfits. She said it would be no problem and they werenâ€™t worried. Sure enough, through wind and snow and cold, Nikki and Tom were laughing and smiling as though our high of 7 was a balmy Wisconsin 30. Â Their courage paid off as we got the opportunity to create the perfect winter engagement photos including hot cocoa, a vintage sled and a cozy wool blanket. Â We are looking forward to Nikki and Tomâ€™s wedding coming up this fall; Congratulations you two!
Lifestyle Family Session and Anniversary at Botanical Gardens, Green Bay
Happy anniversary to Chris and Mallorie! We photographed their Green Bay wedding the year before this session, with stops at Titletown Taproom,...