Let us stay Rather on earth, Belovèd,—where the unfit
Contrarious moods of men recoil away
And isolate pure spirits, and permit
A place to STAND and LOVE in for a day.
-Elizabeth Barrett Browning, “When our two souls…”
HEY, THERE. I SEE YOU.
Maybe you’ve been told that “the wedding day isn’t for the couple getting married.” Maybe you’re so sure you’ve picked the right person to marry, but the thought of declaring the most private pieces of yourself in front of a room full of people makes you anxious. Maybe this whole big wedding thing just doesn’t feel like you. Maybe you would rather do something that feels a little quieter, and little smaller, and little more intimate. Maybe you’ve been told feeling that way is wrong.
I’m here to say that you feel that way for a reason. You’ve chosen someone to share your life with, and that choice is beautiful and meaningful.
And ultimately, that choice is intimate and sacred.
Some of the best things in life don’t require a huge audience. And this moment only needs you, your person, your nearest and dearest loved ones, and someone to capture it all.
If this resonates with you,