Jocelyn Byers and Stephen Randalf Jaeger were on September 25th.  It was a rainy day in the beautiful garden of Laurel Creek Manor so they moved the ceremony indoors where it was warm and dr as the rain poured down outside.  Just as they were proclaimed husband and wife, the rain ceased and brilliant sunshine burst through the clouds. As Jocelyn and Stephen  walked down the aisle and came out into the daylight the sun kissed them on both cheeks with its rays. Everyone followed the out and we made a large group panorama photo on the patio with the Manor in the background.
Click here Laurel Creek Manor Wedding of Jocelyn and Stephen to see the rest of the pictures of their wedding from a previous post.

 

September 25th started out as a grey day and then it became a rainy day. Not so unusual in the Puget Sound area for late September but the garden of Laurel Creek Manor was where Jocelyn Byers and Stephen Randalf Jaeger were hoping to be married surrounded by the beautiful flowers and greenery. So they moved the ceremony indoors. We were warm and dry inside as the rain poured down outside.  A funny thing happened towards the end of the ceremony. Just as they were proclaimed husband and wife, the rain ceased and brilliant sunshine burst through the clouds. As Jocelyn and Stephen  walked down the aisle and came out into the daylight the sun kissed them on both cheeks with its rays.   Jocelyn and Stephen are one joyful couple and it was a pleasure to hang out with them and their friends. Monica Frisell and I had a great time photographing their day and we got a good number of wonderful moments preserved in these pictures. Here is a set of our favorites.

    

Here is a link to Jocelyn and Stephen‘s previous post of their Laurel Creek Manor Wedding.

    

Below is a mini-slide show with a larger selection of wedding pictures from Jocelyn and Stephen‘s wedding. Click on “toggle images” at top right to hide the thumbnails; to start just click on the right arrow on the image.

Joyful was the wedding of Jocelyn and Stephen at Laurel Creek Manor on September 25th.  Starting out as a grey and then rainy day, the ceremony was moved from the beautiful grounds outdoors to the inside of the Manor house. We were warm and dry inside as the rain poured down outside. Despite the weather, Jocelyn and Stephen were overjoyed to be getting married, and a funny thing happened. Just as they were proclaimed man and wife, the rain stopped and the sun burst through the clouds and as they walked down the aisle and came out into the daylight the sun kissed them with its rays. We made a whole lot of pictures out there in the sunshine then. Here a few preview pictures from the many wonderful shots we made. It will be a while before they are all edited so I hope this holds you all for a while.