When Noah and Martina were forced to have an indoor ceremony at the Milestone of Boerne, they handled it like champs. This unplanned detour might have sent a lot of brides into panic mode, but not Martina. She didn’t seem bothered by the rain that was slowly saturating everything outdoors. The only thing she seemed concerned with was that she was getting to marry Noah. (And besides, everyone knows that rain on your wedding is an old superstitious blessing. It means that your marriage will be blessed by fertility.)
I had the honor of shooting this hill country wedding at the Milestone in Boerne by working alongside Sara, from Sara Griffin Photography, as her second shooter. As her second shooter, my main task is to cover and document everything that happens with the groom prior to the ceremony. I actually enjoy this a lot, because when I’m shooting my own weddings, this is something that I always miss out on.
The rain made the first look and little challenging because we had to shoot under the protection of the patio roof. So we were basically shooting in an “outdoor hallway.” I was Sara’s second, plus there were two videographers, making a total of four people trying to capture this moment. We had to be super diligent and extra cautious not to get into each other’s shots during such a tender moment. I decided to capture the moment from the rain so that I’d have a vantage point that no one else had under the porch.
The Milestone Boerne: a Texas Hill Country Wedding Venue
Again, despite the icky rain and despite the obstacles we were facing, all that mattered was that Noah and Martina were getting married. Noah seemed so happy that this day was finally here.
When the DJ finally opened up the floor, the action was non-stop! There was one dance-off after antoher.
The evening concluded with a last, private dance for Martina and Noah to close the night…
…and a bubble exit.
Enjoy some of my favorite images from this Milestone Boerne, hill country wedding then be sure to watch the slideshow at the end!
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