Holy buckets, I don’t even know where to start… Well, first I guess I should preface this post by saying that I’m going to be a little biased as I type here. Shaun is a cousin of mine, and I for one love a good family wedding. I think you have to have a pretty lame family not to! I had a few folks ask me that day how I was able to balance work and play — I’m not really sure. I’m used to scaling the outskirts of the reception venue and photographing from a third person point-of-view — an outsider’s perspective. Being more socially involved was a completely different way of documenting for me, but I think it came down to just enjoying it. I had a great time, and man oh man, I think the same goes for everybody else. The dance floor was packed all the way through the last song, and I’m pretty certain most people would’ve stayed all night if that had been an option. It just goes to show that nothing (not even 40 degrees and WIND, WIND, WIND…) can get in the way of an amazing day. Shaun & Rachel are pretty damn lucky.