How things feel > How things look
If you get ready in a hotel room, what’s the point of making the scene look any different than the flurry that it was? Or if you get married in a historic building, why would we drown out the moody lighting during your first dance? When you go through your photos, you’ll want to feel the emotions you actually felt on your wedding day.
The moments you want to relive, the ones you missed, and the ones you never knew could mean so much.
The truth is: I’m not working magic, you are the magic.
Your dress may get a little dirty, the wind might stir your hair out of place, and things might not go as expected. But everything will be exactly as it was meant to be.
Take it in stride with a hearty laugh. And soak it in.
This will be one of the best days of your lives and you’ll look better than you could’ve imagined while enjoying it!
Exhale the stress and the planning bullshit. This is supposed to be fun!
Sorry if that’s blunt, but I promise it’s well-intended. I’m Andrew, and I want you to actually experience your wedding day, not plan it minute by minute. Because over the years I’ve found life is best lived that way. And the best photos come from it. Trust me.
Ditch the Pinterest boards. Your day will be incredible without them. Here’s why: