Cathy and Zac’s Red Mill Wedding

Cathy and Zac’s wedding at the Red Mill and Chapel in the Woods in Waupaca was one rainy wedding I will never forget.  The rain held off for the outdoor ceremony, but it soaked the outdoor reception.  And what’s one way to make the best of a rainy reception?  Bring on the waterslide!!!

In the Hindu tradition, rain on the wedding day is considered lucky as it signals a strong marriage. The logic behind this belief is that a wet knot is more difficult to untie (getting married is often referred to as “tying the knot”)  So if it rains on your wedding day you will have a long, happy marriage.

So here’s to a long and happy marriage Cathy and Zac!

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Good thing the children were well prepared with extra clothes for the rainy weather…I could just see the fear in all the mothers’ eyes if they were still wearing their Sunday best from the wedding ceremony!
Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Zac showing the kiddos how it is done!
Red Mill Waupaca Wedding

Thank you Cathy and Zac for the laughs. And a special thanks to Nik from Photography by Nik in Houston for traveling to Wisconsin to assist!

~keep smiling!
Kim

8 responses to Cathy and Zac’s Red Mill Wedding

  1. andy stenz says:

    great shots kim – love the first two. my wife and i actually looked at getting married there, so they bring back great memories!

  2. Dave says:

    Uh Oh! Looks like that resolution might be slipping!

  3. Kim Larson says:

    Hahaha…at first I thought, “Huh? The resolution of my photos are just fine?!! …but you mean that New Years Resolution! LOL…ok ok – here comes some more! :)

  4. Dave says:

    Alright, I believe it’s official now! The resolution police should be around later to pick up your blog and as for your punishment you have to send me all your photo gear!

  5. Richard Wong says:

    This looks like a great setting for a wedding. I really like that covered bridge photo. It reminds me of the Bridges of Madison County which is an awesome book in my opinion.

  6. Kim Larson says:

    Hahaha…yeah, this will tell you how long it’s been since I even logged in too. :( I like you Dave, can I hire you to just come and be my shadow for a while?

  7. Dave says:

    Procrastination…I look at my temp site everyday and wonder why it doesn’t magically turn into that perfect site that makes everyone want to hire me! :) Glad to see you are still around and didn’t fall off a truck or something! I really like your retrospective on your Grandmother, it’s interesting to find out someone else in your family was a photography buff also. I found three others. Oh, and anytime you want to hire me I’m ready! I have lots of experience in being a shadow, wait…what? :)

  8. Kim Larson says:

    Haha, thanks Dave :-)