i have been to well over 150 weddings now. thanks to my pre-photography wedding planner life.
and out of those 150 weddings. 150 vows. and 150 “i do’s” 150 venues ….it’s the people i remember, it’s those who cannot wipe that smile off their face. it’s the couple that would make no sense if they weren’t together. it’s the people i remember.
and in as much as we love a wedding with quirky fun details and a bride that’ll knock your socks off, without that connection and 2 people who were made for each other…it is not the same.
christian and laura’s cannon beach wedding came in with a surprise: a downpour of rain. a downpour. literally 4 minutes into shooting their portraits, we were hit with a downpour. and a beach wedding became something else. plans changed. ceremony changed and people sopping wet. but this day remained being centered around what it was supposed to. christian and laura.
in as much as you plan for your wedding, or your relationship…or your life, things change. but remaining rooted in love and in each other was the anchor for these two.
and her smile was still the same.
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Congrats to Christian and Laura. love you guys.
all the good taste and darling details came from hard work from the bride herself.