Anyone who has frequented weddings, maybe not as much as I have, has likely heard the saying about how rain on your wedding day is a sign of good luck for the marriage. I cannot tesistify to the validity of that statement, but after shooting over 700 weddings, I have come to the conclusion it is good luck for photography. While the weather is one of those annoying factors that the control obsessed photographer cannot control, it is also something that pushes me to explore my creativity and resourcefulness. When Adrian and Robin’s wedding day forecast was a certain 100% chance of precipitation, I knew I needed to come up with a strategy to keep the couple comfortable and confident about their wedding photography, even if the day was a wash out. So while the weather radar was predicting unrelenting showers for the Tuscan Kitchen in Burlington, MA, I was planning my strategy. The result is a collection of images that beautifully documented their special day in a unique, fun, and creative way. In that regards, the rain on Adrian and Robin’s wedding day turned out to be very fortunate in deed. But I could not have done any of this were it not for the help of the incredible staff at the Tuscan Kitchen or the impeccable planning by Amy Petit from AJ Petit Events. Because they kept everything well organized, and kept us on schedule, I was able to create all of the traditional and artistic images Adrian and Robin had hoped to have to relive the special moments of their wedding.