The skies were pretty threatening Saturday morning as Tina and Bob were finalizing the backup plan if it rained at ceremony time for their outdoor wedding. It had rained most of the morning and the chances were still high for 1:00. We at least knew it was going to be dreary all day.
Oh, wait. We’re in Wisconsin. Not only did the rain hold off but the sun peeked through the clouds for a hot minute. You gotta love ol’ Wisco!
The entire wedding day was at the Thresheree grounds in Symco. The little buildings there are like walking back through time. The girls got ready in the Union Saloon, the guys in the Grist Mill. And you had to walk around the end of the tractor pull track to go from the ceremony to the reception. It was a fun setting with camping available so the party could carry on long into the night!
Tina and Bob didn’t want to do a first look but they opted for a pre-ceremony “no look”. The firehouse building worked well for them to be around the corner from each other, hand each other a letter and read them, and for Tina to show Bob just her hand. She had an extra ring on that hand that holds a lot of sentiment in it’s little band.
I could have taken portraits of these two all day! I love the way they wrap up into each other and Bob would randomly sweep her off her feet, literally! Just to hold his bride as close as possible. Portraits couldn’t last forever though because they had a party to get to!
That party was still going real strong when I headed for home. It was getting a little chilly out by then but the dance floor was always full so there was heat there!
Bob and Tina – thank you for letting me be a part of your day! Here are way too many of my favorites but I couldn’t narrow it down anymore!