You know when you meet somebody and you totally hit it off? That’s what it was like when we first met with Megan and David. It may just be a Jeep thing, but these two are so cute, goofy and lovable together that you can’t help but enjoy being in their company. I swear that 2013 was the year of rainy weddings, which means we have so many blessed couples because I have heard that rain on your wedding day is good luck. So Megan and David, may it pour down on you just like it did on the wedding day!
Megan and David got married at the fabulous St. Joseph’s Catholic church in Baraboo, have I mentioned only a million times how beautiful it is inside? No, let me tell you it is gorgeous. We even did a few quick shots before the ceremony of a non-first look, more like a first touch without being able to see each other, Megan on one side of the door and David on the other, in the misting rain. Thank you both for being so awesome! I love those shots.
After the ceremony, we did some quick formals in the church and then headed over to Broadway Diner for milkshakes. Yes, that is correct, milkshakes. Fabulously tasty salted caramel, chocolate, vanilla or strawberry, there were no bad choices and we got some cute shots of the newly married couple. Rob even got to go behind the counter, just for pictures, no cooking. 😉 After the milkshakes, it was pouring, so we didn’t take the whole bridal party out for some pictures, but we did manage to get David and Megan in to the Jeep (sorry about the tight squeeze, David!) and we went out onto the old wooden bridge at Lower Ochsner’s park, those are some of my all time favorite bridal portraits. I’ll admit that I could barely see a thing through all the rain that had accumulated on my glasses, but we got some amazing pictures of an equally amazing couple.
We had a little time to kill before hitting Glacier Canyon Lodge for the reception. Megan’s mom did a ton of planning and had a fabulous photo booth waiting for people to take some silly shots, we even took a few of our own. There was a kid table which is the best idea ever. Seriously, I think the kids at this wedding had just as much fun as the adults, plus they had their own little buffet, I love that! There were so many fabulous details, and the whole night was a blast. It even ended with milk and cookies. Now that is how a wedding should end, although any night ending with milk and cookies is a good night in my book.