Here is a sneak peek into the Dugas-Orazietti wedding shot on December 27. We were all hoping for cool temperatures and a nice snowy day instead we ended up with warm temperatures above 0C which is extremely rare for us at this time of year and a rain, snow and sleet mixture. The day was still awesome however and the bridal party were troopers and ventured out into the elements for some fun shots.
We started early in the morning at the salon with the girls. For any guy venturing into a salon for multiple hours with girls getting ready for a wedding it is a very daunting task. Luckily I’ve known most of them for over ten years as we all went to high school together so lots of laughs were shared.
After the ceremony we drove north to shoot our unformal formals. I semi-guilted Jeannette into heading outside as I just bought a new pair of snow pants and I was already wearing them so they couldn’t be returned. It worked and I think Jeannette and Anthony were extremely happy that we did head out.
From there it was warm-up time and time to head to the reception. Once again the reception was a blast and the hall decorated by Miranda Porco looked amazing and fit the theme of the winter wedding perfectly. I was also able to steal the happy couple away for about 30 minutes where we were able to do a couple of fun shots in the basement of the hall.
To Jeannette and Anthony, thanks for the awesome day and for the laughs through out. As I mentioned above their decorating was done by Miranda Porco, the guys suits were from TipTop Tailors in the Station Mall and girls were hooked up by the Bridal Closet. Jeannette made all the invites and other printed material for the day. She also makes some sweet looking and tasting cakes. You can check her out at Greenleaf Studios (a new site will be coming soon for her I am told completely updated). The Marconi Hall was the location for the reception and the meal was fantastic.
Thanks for the great time to everyone involved.