They say that if you stand outside long enough, your extremities will get so numb that you will actually be able to stay out longer. When the temperature is 1 and the wind chill is reading well below -25, that is just not true. At all. I guess that's what happens when you become a wedding photographer in Vermont.
Rose and Jonathan might have gotten married on the coldest day this year (and at least in my lifetime) but that didn't stop their amazing spirit. Find me another couple that is still willing to do outdoor portraits and a bride that would be willing to take her fur jacket off, nonetheless. My time spent with them was heartfelt and intimate. Their loving family came from many different locations and it really underlined how truly beautiful and natural their love for each other was.
With just 20 something guests present, Rose and Jonathan said their vows in Rose's hometown and we were fortunate enough to do photos at her mother's beautifully ornate house in Underhill with the most perfect barn backdrop. Thanks Liz! This intimate ceremony was followed by a small private gathering at Sotto Enoteca in downtown Burlington.