I have an amazing friend named Jenni. She was the photographer at my wedding and just rocks. I mean that. I'm not just saying that because she's a friend. She really truly is awesome.
Well, some of you know, C and I got married on the beach. It was warm and sunny and just the way I like it. However, we were there, so why not trash the dress, right? Right! To back track a little, we are so happy with the date we set as it has special meaning. C and I met on December 14. He proposed on December 14. If you add 12 and 14 together you get 26. The only 26 that fell on a Saturday in the summer was June. So there ya go!
Since December and the cold and the snow has a special place in our hearts, I had really wanted to do a TTD session in the snow. I just thought how perfect for December, right?! Granted we did it in January, but that's a minor technicality lol.
I need to put some things out there first. One, apparently I failed to mention to C that we were doing this in the snow. One would think that, since he saw me grab my snow boots and I told him to bring gloves, he would have understood, but oh well. B. I had another dress. The dress I am wearing for these shots was a dress I had received for free and loved, just not as much as the one I ended up going with. I wanted to take photos in this dress for one main reason. I want to pass it along. Anyone want a free dress (I'm dry cleaning it, promise!). Seriously. It's a size 6 (I think, I wear a 6 and it fits me, if you email me I can give you exact measurements of the dress). It's strapless and has crinolin (I haven't the foggiest how to spell that) underneath and comes about mid shin on me. It's goregous. So it's yours if you want it!
Ok, so backing up a little, remember how C didn't realize it was TTD photos in the snow? Well, he wore what wore to our beach wedding. Yea, he was chilly. Men should listen to their wives, I'm just saying....