If this wedding is any indication of what is to come in 2015, then its going to be a very good year! These two had hoped for snow on their big January day this year and boy did it deliver, covering them in delicate snowflakes for some remarkable wedding shots (for real head over to JP Elario’s blog post of this day for some knock your socks off imagery). The reoccurring theme for this day was pure romance. From the beautiful snow to the delicate white rose bouquet and the brides cascading lace vail – everything fit perfectly with this couples love story. I couldn’t tell it better then Mollie did herself when she said this about their relationship,
“We met in high school in 9th grade. Doug would tease me in French class and advisory. He would argue that cheerleading wasn’t a sport and throw pencils at me. Teasing quickly turned into a fast friendship. We remained friends throughout high school even when Doug transferred to Albany Academy our junior year to play lacrosse. While we remained close friends, we didn’t start dating until senior year and we’ve been together ever since. We even survived 4 years of a long distance relationship away at different colleges.”
Thank you and your incredible families SO much for inviting us to be a part of such a great and long awaited day, we wish you many many more years of being each others everything.
Hair and Make-up: Scissors III & CO.
Flowers: Renaissance Floral Design
Photography: Elario Photography
Venue: 90 State Street
Entertainment: DJ Playground
Song: Say I Do (Love Me) by Humming House – Licensed on Music Bed