Jacob and Kimberly’s didn’t mind the wet and foggy weather at their wedding and even embraced it. If rain on your wedding day is good luck, then these two are set for a long time. They had planned an outdoor ceremony at Larsmont Cottages on Lake Superior, and these two rolled with the punches when we forced indoors. Before the final decision was made to move inside, I asked Kimberly if they still wanted to do her first look at Stoney Point and she boldly replied– “We’ve got umbrellas.” YES! That’s the attitude that makes for great photos!
Despite the rain, their day was filled with love and laughter, and plenty of unique details including a traditional Danish wedding cake called a Kransekage made by Jacob’s grandmother, and a ring box made Kimberly’s mom. In the end, it’s the little details, and the love shared between two people and two families that make the day, not the weather.
Thank you two for sharing your wet and wonderful day with us!
A few details and a handmade ring box made by Kimberly’s mom.
The Ladies and Kimberly getting ready.
Bridal details and something blue.
The first look at Stoney Point.
Wet feet? No Problem.
You are my sunshine even when the sun is not shining.
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The “I Do’s”
Believe it, or not the clouds were breaking and blue sky appeared shortly after sunset.
Jacob’s grandma made a traditional Danish wedding cake called a Kransekage. Yes, I had to look up the spelling :).
While everyone is giving speeches, Grandma is stealing the show.
The first dances.
Venue – Larsmont Cottages
Catering – Ledge Rock Grille at Larsmont Cottages