Mia and Ryan are pretty tough – no doubt about it. They has a spectacular New Year’s Eve wedding. For those who don’t remember, it was damn cold that day. OK, it wasn’t minus-4 cold but it was cold, especially in a wedding dress. But nothing stands in the way of some good photos. While Bob and I worried and planned about what we were going to do for photos when we were most likely going to spend the entire day inside, Mia and Ryan wanted to head outside. So glad they did! Portraits in the house are fine, but shots outside in a driving snow can be something special.
So out we went, ready to knock out some cool portraits. I was so glad we did, falling snow creates such a cool look for photos. It was something we would not have gotten if they wanted to stay warm inside the house. Who could have blamed them. We even went outside before the reception when the wind was howling and the temperature had dropped even further to grab some shots outside the Radisson. We’ll save those for another post. Here are some of the pre-ceremony shots we were able to get. I absolutely love the look of them, and Mia was unbelievable in her gown in the swirling snow.