Mike & Amanda hadn't always dreamed of a winter wedding but after visiting Whitney's Inn they couldn't help but see the winter possibilities. With Black Mt. and ski lifts just behind the inn how can you not start to think of a sparkling, snowy, cozy New England wedding day? The way this winter started there were worries of no snow and a muddy wedding day. But Mother Nature came to the rescue dumping 6 inches of fluffy white stuff just days before the wedding. On Saturday Mother Nature gave Mike & Amanda another gift. The light snow started to fall just a few hours before the ceremony and continued to fall throughout most of the day creating the perfect winter scene. Amanda described it best "The magical, gentle snowfall during the ceremony was definitely a bonus, as if someone had shaken our outdoor ceremony snow globe". Thank you guys so much for being two of the sweetest people and for braving the five degree temperatures for some romantic snowy portraits!
I was so lucky to have Kat Hanafin second shooting with me for the day and these first two images are some examples of her amazing talent.
Venue: Whitney's Inn Florist: Dutch Bloemen Winkel Dress: Madeleine's Daughter Cake: Annie-Laurie Miller Groom's Attire: Classic Tuxedo Brides Shoes: Nordstrom Boots: Bass Hair Comb and Earrings: Etsy Photography: Spring Smith Studios