Post # 1
My Fiance have to find a new photog, and by the time this happens and we can redo our epics (we have yet to see the ones from the photog I just fired), there will be snow on the ground (we live in northern OH). I’m just curious if anybody has ever had their e-pics taken in winter, with snow? I saw a couple pics online and thought they could be kind of cute?
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2010 - Tannery Pond at the Darrow School
Ooooooh, I LOVE this idea!! You could have several different colored hat and glove combos for instant outfit changes! I think these could be really really sweet and also very original, go for it!
And how cute would making snow angel pics be?!?!?
Post # 4
We did it and we loved taking them! Click on my name and go to my gallery pics. I had uploaded a bunch a few months ago.
We went all around our city to some parks in the snow. We also climbed up a frozen waterfall and went behind the falls to get some photos in an ice-cave setting. It was adventurous and so much fun. That was the same weekend we did our pre-marital retreat and I have to say it was one of the best weekends of my life.
Post # 5
here if you go to this link and scroll toward the bottom you can see some of our winter pics http://gallery.weddingbee.com/profile/amariem25
I recommend wearing a cute hat, mittens, and a scarf. It makes for great photos! I had two nice peacoats too – a red one and a new black one.
Post # 6
Yes!! Please do. I live in Southern CA so no snow for us but I would love to have snow for our epics. It just seems so romantic and cozy. It’d be kind of silly for me to have snow in our pics, since snow isn’t part of our lives at all. For you it makes sense ’cause it’s part of where you live. My favorite pic I’ve seen is of a couple leaning in to kiss each other, while snow is falling down.
Post # 7
Here’s a link to a snow wedding that has great ideas for engagement pics.
Post # 8
@amariem25 – I love your pics! The frozen waterfall one is my favorite:)!
@trailmix – I love the thought of doing “outfit changes” by changing hats and gloves….I am a HUGE hat and mitten person and have tons in our front closet. I need them to match all my coats!
@charm bracelet -that’s one of my favorite pics also, I think it’s so romantic to be bundled up with our SO and out in a snow fall (not snow storm!)
I’m really excited now and can’t wait for the snow to take our pics!
Post # 9
I am planning on doing some epics this winter and hopefully there will be lots of snow. I love pictures in the snow, I think they are so beautiful. Definitely cute with hats and mittens and scarves and cute pea coats!
@ amariem I love your pictures! Is that Minnehaha Falls? And I really like the one of you guys at spoonbridge and cherry. I love the sculpture garden and hope to get some wedding pictures there!
Post # 10
Those pics are adorable! My Future Sister-In-Law did this, and they look like they had so much fun!
Post # 11
ahh! we too are in northern OH and are doing winter E-pics!! we haven’t set our appointment yet because we’re definitely waiting to get some snowy shots… bright hats and mittens are a must! can’t wait to see how yours turn out!
Post # 12
If it snowed in SC, I would love to do winter e-pics! I love the snow and I think it would make a beautiful setting! 🙂
Post # 13
It’s going to be beautiful! We took our wedding pics outside (I made sure to bring a fur shawl), and they turned out great. I’m so glad we made the last-minute change to the outdoors.
Please do show us your pics later!
Post # 14
I’m shooting some e-pics of a couple this saturday in Nashville and it’s supposed to be about 38 degrees! Ack! We may end up in a bowling alley or something, after a few outdoor shots. I can already invision me laying on the hardwood alley floor shooting toward them as they roll a ball at me!
Well, I wouldn’t mind doing a snow shoot, because if it’s gonna be cold, it may as well snow too. Not so lucky though.
Post # 15
@chachacha – yep that was minnehaha falls. It was so much fun to climb that. I recommend bringing ice pick shoes though – because it was hard to get up, and especially hard to get down a frozen waterfall. Some other guy there had those special shoes and he was walking around with ease! We ended up sliding down the waterfall on our butts to get down (which was very scary because it was so steep). The rest of the photos are from the sculpture garden, inside the greenhouse by the sculpture garden, and outside of the First Ave nightclub. Definitely don’t do too many photos without a jacket on. We froze to death taking the photos outside of First Ave with just our sweaters and hats/mittens/scarf. But then again, we were taking these photos in the middle of January on a cold 13 degree day. You might want to shoot for a warmer day than we did!
Post # 16
I love pictures with snow. We are purposely waiting just a wee bit longer and aiming for January/February in NYC. We’re getting married next New Year’s eve, and we both love the thought of being bundled and snuggled in such a great city. There’s nothing like NY in the winter. Plus, I get to wear my UGGS! Score!