I love seeing my couples make their day their own. Emily + Adam’s wedding was supposed to be a large gathering with all their friends and family, and while that wedding is still happening later this winter, they opted to still say their vows on their initial wedding date.
Covid has been a monster, messing with wedding days, but what I have found so special is the weddings that have decided that they want to say their vows regardless of the current state of the world, regardless of how many people can attend, and regardless of how much it looks like the day they had planned. Their love means so much more than a date on the calendar or plans they had.
Emily and Adam got married under a Weeping Willow at the park they initially intended their wedding to take place, and celebrated afterwords with a family lunch and a purple velvet cake that Emily made herself.
Adam said it so well in his vows: “Instead of dwelling on what has changed, I want to remember the things that haven’t change. The first thing is that I am still standing here with my best friend…. I’m still standing here today making my best friend my wife.”
As a business that exists to serve, there are promises I’ve made to myself and you, my client, to serve you best: I promise you that I will keep myself honest and accurately represent my qualifications and experience. I’ll serve you best by being committed to understanding your needs and goals. I’ll stay humble by sharing knowledge and professional experience with others. And most importantly, I will provide services in the areas in which I am qualified to serve.