A lot has changed over the past few months. I, myself, was looking forward to finally moving and getting on the road to travel a lot more this summer. I wanted to be able to build a better business model for my clients and to visit new places so that I could scout them. That’s all been pushed back now. Nothing is “normal” anymore, and the new normal might not be what you pictured for your wedding.
Large weddings may be out of the question for awhile for safety and health concerns. I commend all of the couples out there that are downsizing or rescheduling with grace, even though I know it’s hard. I know it must be tearing your heart into pieces telling family and friends that they can’t come to your wedding. That they’ll have to watch from zoom or face time or just see some photos later. I can’t even imagine what you’re going through.
I want you to know that I will help you in any way that I can. If that means switching your current wedding to an elopement right now, then we can do that. If it means having a tiny ceremony with the big reception later – we can do that as well. At the end of the day all that matters is that you marry the love of your life. Whether it’s surrounded by your family or friends or on top of a mountain while social distancing, you’ll have one another.
If you’re interested in eloping and having a small gathering, I would love to talk you through that. You don’t have to sacrifice everything right now. You can still have the flowers, small dinner, cake, etc etc that you want for your wedding day if you elope.
If this is something you’re interested in I would love to talk to you. We can have a nice facetime call and discuss what you want from your wedding and what I can do for you. If I’m not the right photographer for you I would still love to be able to connect you with the person that is. This is how we build each other up right now and I want to do my part in making your day everything you want it to be. Even if it won’t look exactly as you planned.