Your passport rarely gathers dust, yet you are always home for Christmas. You’d rather go out to eat and enjoy amazing conversation together than waste time standing in that endless line at the grocery store. You are kind with a dash of sass. You’ll sacrifice the perfect walk-in closet for a bigger dining room table and you can’t wait to host Thanksgiving (after you host Friendsgiving the night before, of course).
Most things can be solved with laughter and glass of bubbly.
You’d rather hire a professional and enjoy the process than relinquish your weekend’s together looking up tutorials online. You are independent and ambitious, but sharing life together simply makes it more enjoyable. You work hard not only for the gratification of accomplishment, but in order to thoroughly enjoy your time away from work – and that time is priceless.
““She appreciates the flowers, but to her romance is that I’m actually paying attention to things that she cares about, and time is always an important factor.”
– Pres. Barack Obama on Michelle
It’s a life of dichotomies and you especially want your wedding photography to reflect that delicate balance. It’s wanting to look your best in your photos, but not sacrificing authentic moments for the perfect pose. It’s showing your family it doesn’t have to be done the same way it always has, while at the same time intertwining generations of tradition throughout each event. You are compiling a team of professionals because all you want to do on your wedding day is relax and enjoy time with the ones you love.
what Matters Most
It’s not only documenting the moments between the two of you, but showcasing the vast array of people who have all gathered. When you think about your wedding day, the thing you are the most excited about is creating a space to have all of your loved ones together.
Your wedding photography is not a time to push creative boundaries but a unique chance to document the beauty of this vast variety of relationships all in one room. You need a photographer who understands when to step in to straighten a bridesmaid’s necklace and when to step back to silently capture that emotional moment with dad.
a few of YOUR FAVORITE THINGS
for Years to Come
You are going to carry your great aunt’s rosary down the aisle and learn your mom’s famous bread recipe for the first time you host Thanksgiving. It’s important for you to intertwine the traditions that have been passed on with each generation and with this wedding, you are also creating your own new traditions to be shared with those yet to come.
Your wedding photos are only the beginning. Creating them in the first place is such a great responsibility because they will live on to teach generations in the future what it was like to spend time with you.
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