Any Way the Wind Blows

How was the weather on your wedding day? My big day was sunny and mild with a tiny breeze popping up now and again to keep us all from overheating. In short, it was just the sort of weather I’d been hoping for.

My guess is that Sherry Rohrer and Joe Dunlap will have a far more colorful way of describing the weather on their September 6, 2008 wedding, since it happened in the middle of Tropical Storm Hanna.

Sherry and Joe, may this be the worst weather you face. I wish you many years of great joy together.

I must, however, express my amusement that their wedding colors so perfectly match the colors used by the storefronts behind them.

9 Responses to “Any Way the Wind Blows”

  1. Kate says:

    Hey, did these two get married in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware? My whole family goes there every summer! I think I recognize those storefronts!

  2. Twistie says:

    Good eye, Kate! I forgot to mention the location in the article, but yes, they did get married in Rehboth Beach.

  3. Twistie says:

    Er…I mean Rehoboth Beach.

  4. That’s very much what my wedding photos look like, and there wasn’t even a hurricane involved! It just happens that it’s windy on the river in May. I was so glad I didn’t have a veil…it would have been standing at attention the entire day.

  5. Kate says:

    I almost decided to get married in Rehoboth, but instead opted to get married closer to where I grew up. I wish this bride and groom much happiness together!

  6. Great picture! I only wish the wind had been blowing on my wedding day. Intead, it was a hot, humid, sticky Southern day and little, tiny knats kept getting caught up in the 30 layers (obnoxious, yes I know) of tulle in the skirt of the dress.

  7. That’s a great picture! I love it!

  8. Beverly says:

    Hey All! This is my brother and now sister-in-law Sherry. They were originally due to get married at Fenwick Island State Park but it closed that day. They were determined to get married and since Rehoboth was close by, they were able to get married in the Pavillion there. I was a bridesmaid and my daughter was the flower girl. The pictures were amazing – no need to have our hair done that day either! It was such a fun day and many people that drove by honked and had good things to say. The AP reporter was there and caught this photo which has been spread all over the internet – just wish they would have had my brother’s face (he was so happy 🙂