Celebrate Your Original Wedding Date

If you have had to delay your wedding date due to any reason out of your control, you are not alone, especially if your original wedding date was in the spring or summer of 2020.  Due to social distance notices to protect public health, staying 6 feet apart with only 10 people was hardly the wedding you had imagined or planned. After working closely with a dozen couples whose 2020 wedding dates were postponed to 2021, I know how much sadness, confusion, and utter sense of loss our couples felt as they worked to schedule their wedding team for their new date. 

There was a reason our couples had picked their wedding date, so I asked a few of them what they did to celebrate their original date.  I picked a few things our real couples did to celebrate what will now become their original special day.  I hope that you too will get through this difficult time and find a way to celebrate with peace of mind knowing that you too will be getting married very soon.

Image of Julie & Eric holding hands after their intimate wedding ceremony at home.

Here is what our sixth couple said about getting married during COVIID.
“Tania‚Äôs photography is unparalleled, she worked with my husband and I and made us feel comfortable through the entire shoot. Best of all, I received my photos the next day, edited and ready to view and download. My fear of missing out on a photo shoot due to this pandemic, were quickly alleviated thanks to Tania who was agreeing and flexible with when and how I wanted both a drive by wedding shoot and a garden shoot with my husband and family. I hands down recommend her services and will be reaching out to her for future shoots in the area.”
~ Mahawish & Adbullah reviewed us on The Knot.

We are super excited to share what the rest of our real couples shared with us that was just published on the Brides & Weddings Blog!
Click here to read the rest.