May 31, 2018
So, there is this girl I know, who is a total babe. She got married to another good looking individual. Welcome Tabrie and James Cook! Tabrie owns her own photography business and I was so honored that she entrusted me with her special day. There is a fun story about this wedding. Let me tell you….
Tabrie and James were married in December, on THE COLDEST DAY OF THE FREAKING YEAR! It was negative 15? Negative 20? It was so stinking cold! They were sealed for all time and eternity in the Rexburg Idaho Temple. Which is roughly 25 min away from my home in Eastern Idaho. My husband so thoughtfully started my car. I have a keyless car, so really the key fob has to be in the car for you to turn it on. I accidentally left my purse at home, with my wallet…. and keys in it. Because my husband used his car fob before he left for work to start the car, if I turned off my car, it would not turn back on. I realized this as I parked in the Rexburg Temple parking lot. I sat there for a minute to figure out what I should do. It was so cold I really didn’t feel like staying stranded in Rexburg. So I just left my car running for a few hours. But I think it was a blessing in disguise because it was sooooo cold alot of cars couldn’t actually start back up!
I do have to say that everyone was very understanding that we wanted some photo’s outside, and no one complained even once. Have you ever stood outside in a wedding dress for an hour in negative 15 degree weather? Well either have I…. I dont know how she did it. What a trouper!
Tabrie was the epitome of a beautiful, blushing bride. For it being so cold she really had the best attitude. Probably because she got married…….. But nothing could stop her that day. I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to get to know Tabrie more and more since her wedding and she is literally the best….. I dont even know how else to say it. She is such a wonderful positive person.
They look SOOOO in love!
Photo tip I learned from Roberto Valenzuela…. For a more realistic and authentic pose, create an “X factor” with the two noses. If the noses are directly facing each other, it creates a less authentic pose.