Keri and Jeremy were sealed in the Boston Massachusetts LDS Temple on a crisp, clear and cold December afternoon. So cold. COLD. Absolutely the coldest day I remember in the years I've lived here. And the most impressive thing? Even the cold could not diminish how excited and happy these two were.
And then, there was the wind. So windy, that we had a little incident.
Yup. That's Keri's veil in the tree. And I have to say, she was a total champion about it. It didn't even phase her for a second. We kept taking photos and put other people to work on solving the problem.
Considering that we couldn't stay outside for more than a couple minutes at a time, we were still able to get some great shots. Here are some favorites, starting with this one of Keri and her sister. It makes me miss my sister...
While we were taking photos around the front of the temple, everyone waited inside the front entrance. I had to take this next shot because it captures part of our grand picture-taking-in-zero-degree-windchill-cold adventure!
We were able to take a few family groups and portraits inside a small foyer outside the LDS Distribution Center at the temple. It was nice to take a short break from the cold and use the windows to get some warm portraits of these two!
But then we went back outside for just a few more shots...
Keri & Jeremy - it was a pleasure spending time with you and your families! You were all a delight and such great sports. I hope you enjoyed your honeymoon and best of luck with school!
Readers - Which shot is your favorite? Do you have a favorite piece of cold weather gear to keep you nice and toasty warm in the New England winters? Did anything memorable (like a flying veil) happen at your wedding or at a friend's wedding? I'd love to hear about it in the comments!