So you’re probably thinking, Mrs. Tiramisu, you sure talked a big talk about a storm on your wedding day. What gives? Hang in there, it’s about to get more interesting!
When we first arrived at the reception site (after a windy return trip on the trolley), it was all blue skies and sun, and we were optimistic that it would stay that way.
As our guests enjoyed the cocktail hour, we headed off to a pretty spot on the lawn overlooking the Nubble Lighthouse for a few formal pictures. Our photographer did a great job getting us through the long list of shots that we wanted to have quickly””which turned out to be especially important in our case…
All photos””unless noted””by Samantha Warren Weddings.
I’ll admit that looking through family portraits of strangers is not the most exciting thing, so I’ll share with you just a few of my favorites…
There’s another picture where we’re all looking at the camera and smiling, but I love this one more. If only we could remember what made my Nana crack up:
My Mom and my Dad happily obliged me for a picture together:
My side of the family-turned-bridal-party crew (with a guest appearance by my adorable niece):
I love this picture of me with my brother and sister:
Which is pretty fun to compare to this picture of the three of us taken at my brother’s wedding six years ago:
Maybe we should pick up the pace a little:
So there we were, the oh-so intelligent Tiramisus, taking cover under our metal pole tent as the thunder and lightning moved in…
Next time: see what happens””on video!
- Annapolis, MD/Maine
- Wedding Date:
- July, 2008
- Oceanfront lawn and tent