When they forecast called for downpours at the exact time of the outdoor ceremony. The bride and groom decided to push up the wedding, and even though it was threatening rain, it held off.
When the bride is not worried about the weather, because she knows she will marry the love of her life come rain or shine.
When the couples beloved dog followed the bride down the aisle and then made himself comfy on the train of her dress.
When there is not a dry eye in the house during their vows.
When minutes after we finished up formals the skies opened up.
When the rain stopped just as they arrived at the reception venue, and we were able to hop outside and shoot some more.
Those are just a couple definitions of what I consider photographic magic, and they all happened for Kayla and Josh.
Here is just a snippet of this magic.