When Tonya's grandma first called and asked if I had studio and if I was available for wedding photos on March 24th I said, "yes". When she explained the couple would be getting married at the court house in snowmobile gear, I said "huh"? I asked them to please meet me at the studio so we can talk this out. My creative wheels were turing; I had to see what this couple had in mind. They really wanted to have their quick ceremony and then some photos of them in their jerseys (at the time I wasn't even sure what that was). And being in the Upper Peninsula they wanted to make sure we had a studio just incase we got a blizzard of snow that day. "Yes, yes" I said "this is where we'd be (showing them the room)…now if we don't have snow what do you want to do??" Thinking of all the possibilities of a snowmobile bride and groom I was so excited to hear they had two really nice sleds and were actually wanting to take them out for a ride together and be photographed. "YES" I couldn't wait. You know me I want to tell the whole story, so I met the bride and groom at the court house for photos of the quaint ceremony, then we did a few photos of them back at the studio, and grandma surprised them with a cake. Then we went out for a joy ride!