Having photographed weddings in the Northeast for the past 10 years, I've learned to work with all kinds of winter weather. Less daylight and cold temperatures are to be expected, but are ways to prepare for other scenarios, while always in keeping in mind that a little bad weather won't spoil the fact that you're marrying the love of your life.
I'm almost finished with a guide that details the tools I use and the things to keep in mind for winter celebrations. BUT! I'm on a feminist photo vacay (more on that later, ha!) and forgot my hard drive at home. It's a really good and practical guide but I need to add a few more photos from different weather and lighting scenarios. This guide is for people getting married, or anyone in the wedding industry that wants to help their clients rock their off-season, no matter the weather.
Once I finish adding all the pretty photos, it will be ready. It's my first guide, you guys! Check back soon.