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Hoffer Photography

Most brides don’t want it to rain on their wedding day, but I say: 1. Rain is good luck on a wedding day and 2. How gorgeous is this ring shot? Wouldn’t have gotten that shot without the rain!

And, for any East Coast brides out there, Tony is a great Philly photographer. I found his work through a gal I work through/with at my job. I recommend him if you’re in the area!

5 Comments

  1. I have seen some great shots that happened because of a rainy wedding day. I saw one where they had a rosary hanging on a clothes line (old wives tale: supposed to get rid of the rain), rainbows and some great umbrella shots!

    Remember: it’s your wedding day! It is the start of the rest of your life with this person! Nothing should put a damper (get it?) on your day!

  2. kate
    10:31 pm on August 19th, 2009

    awww i love this! watering can? fountain? surely we can recreate this.

    and this…after my post on how dreary the rain was the other day.

  3. landlockedbride
    10:34 pm on August 19th, 2009

    It really did rain on their wedding day. And I’m okay with a little rain, nothing will put a damper (for your Sarah) on our day! Plus, like I said, it’s good luck to rain!

  4. What a beautiful picture!!

  5. Jenn
    9:32 am on August 20th, 2009

    It rained on my wedding day! and I say its very good luck. 🙂 3 kids later! and still madly inlove.