let's get it
Memory is a funny little thing. I got married two years ago, and some of the things I remember so vividly from my own wedding day are things most people normally do not consider to be memorable : the weight of my dress as I walked through the grass; the smell of his cologne as I pressed my cheek to his suit's lapel; the sound of family and friends chattering in the background. Even the way the music ended just as I put my foot on the aisle, my heartbeat loud in my ears, all the guests waiting with baited breath as I made my way down to my soon-to-be-husband.
But the truth is on your wedding day, there are lots of little moments like these, and they multiply- buzzing through time and connecting, interweaving to create a monumental moment unique to the two of you. These little things are a big deal, just as much as the bigger ones. Capturing the candidly quiet moments, the longing looks, the fingers brushing together is just as important as the family portraits, the vows, and the picture of grandma chilling at the reception even if she's not breaking it down on the dance floor.
I am here for the couples who cherish the "little things"... and I'm here to tell you, from beginning to end- I'VE GOT YOUR BACK.