Driving into meet Matt and Hannah at the hotel I Started to see raindrops accumulating on the windshield. Looking at the radar, The Saphire Estate was in direct line for a major thunderstorm. Most brides would have been on edge or losing their minds, the exact opposite was true. They both had such a great outlook on the day that nothing was going to prevent them from having a blast at their wedding. The one benefit of being under overcast skies is that you can shoot in flat soft even lighting, This allows you to be a lot more creative with the photography. Which is exactly the type of photos they wanted. The Jewish ceremony has so many unique customs and traditions that you can always get great imagery and emotion. Just as the ceremony was about to start the storm shifted north and opened up the skies for an amazing sunset to shoot over Lake Massapoag. All the details were so well thought out to make the space there own. How many weddings do you get to use typewriters and books as props? It was evident to see that Hannah had studied dance by the way she moved around the floor, having said that, Matt was not going to be upstaged when he and his groomsmen were out there. All in all it was an amazing day, For a great couple.