Celebrating the Journey of Covid Brides with a Spring Soiree | Seattle Wedding Photographer Janet Lin Photography
Being a “covid-bride” means a lot of things. It means disappointment, sacrifice, flexibility. It means you’ve sat on the edge of your seat, heart pounding in your chest, waiting for news of yet another announcement of closures and lockdowns that will once again postpone the biggest day of your life.
However, it also means you have endured something uniquely challenging along-side brides all over the world. If there is anything these Covid-brides have learned over the past year, it’s this; they are strong, they can endure, and they can find joy and beauty in their hardships with the right mindset and a little help from their friends.
These three women decided to do just that; they shifted the focus from what they’ve lost to what they’ve gained – a powerful bond and beautiful friendship with other women who have endured the challenge of being a pandemic-era bride. Friendships forged through one of the most unique shared struggles they might ever experience. This beautifully designed event allowed these women to come together and wear the dresses they never got to wear, enjoy the cake they never got to serve, and toast to friendships gained through their shared mutual struggle.
More details can be found on Magnolia Rouge, where this Spring Soiree was published!
Photography | Janet Lin Photography
Florals | Lilyput Floral
Gowns | Idina Bride
Jewelry | Michellia Fine Jewelry
Hair & Make Up | Zo & Co Styling
Stationery | Krisanna Elizabeth
Cake | Pastel Cakes Bakery
Rentals | Grand Event Rentals