Apparently, falling snow had caused my groom to shift focus from getting dressed to getting the ceremony site just perfect. Mr. Honey didn't have near the amount of visions I had for our wedding, but he did have visions of a perfectly crafted, snow-covered stage, so the morning of our wedding he was in his Dickies, leather gloves and snow boots, working up a sweat with some shovels. That's my man!
Fortunately he wasn't alone, he called on Honey Bro and Friend A.L. to help move snow, yeah boys!
Our trusty Dog of Honor, Zeus, was also right by his side...while handsome as ever, he wasn't quite ready for the aisle either, he still didn't have his tie on!
Once the ceremony site was up to Mr. Honey's standards, he finally headed to the boys cabin and began to become a groom. The guys were clearly running behind so Zak was only able to capture a few pictures of the guys getting ready (a white dress trumps a suit any day, right?!). But you know what, the pictures accurately reflect what I imagine the guys house to be like that morning.
Mr. Honey, A.L. & GM J.C .
Fussing with Shirts.
GM J.C. gets ready for his shirt...
but then chooses a cold one over getting ready :)
I like to think the guys morning was just fun...perhaps not as sentimental as my morning, but just as memorable in that they were doing what they do best. My groom got all gussied up and not surprisingly beat me and the girls to the venue for our...first look!
*All Photos by the talented duo of Zak Fleming Photography
· We had a busy wedding week
· Teamwork made our Dream Work
· We rehearsed casually
· There was a pizza party!
· Friday night was Princesses, Panties & Practice
· Bridal details made me reminisce my morning
· I became a bride!
· The Honey Girls took a walk in the snow