Next on the fall flashback tour is a little Canadian-American love story called Natalie + Sean. These two got married on a rainy day, but they didn’t let the rain take the wind out of their sails… instead Nat just busted out the galoshes! I knew Natalie and I would get along right away… we have the same slightly demented sense of humor. I knew this when, on my initial questionnaire, this was her answer to the question “what do you prefer to be called?” : DJ Natty P and Sean Puffy Daddy. Nice, right? HA! Enough chatter from me… on with the photos!
**bling** that is one truly beautiful ring!
And as they prepare for the ceremony, it just starts raining harder….
I absolutely love lace dresses, and Natalie’s was no exception
here comes the beautiful bride!
post ceremony we retreated to a local covered bridge… at least then I am the only one who gets wet (if you could see me off camera with my rain sleeves on my camera and poncho/umbrella you would laugh– thankfully there is no record of that!)
the rain let up for a few brief moments and we took full advantage in this bright spot in the woods and in a flowery field
we couldn’t resist making one more stop at this old building for a different look… no umbrellas needed!!
then off to the reception at Moulin Events
I snuck out during dinner to get a shot of how moody the sky looked
thanks for being totally awesome despite the rain and for making me laugh all day!
Hair : Elizabeth Patterson at Hair Studio 21
Makeup : Elizabeth Patterson at Hair Studio 21
Dress : Allure Exclusive from Ferre Sposa Bridal Boutique
Cake : The Cakery
Florist : Bloomin’ Buckets
Ceremony venue : The Church of the Good Sheperd
Reception venue : The Moulin
DJ/band : TKO DJs
Catering : The Moulin
Transportation : JED Transportation
Linens : The Moulin
Paper goods : The Moulin
Planner : Jen Goedeker Biswell at Soiree Saint Louis
Favors : made by the bride!