July, 23rd 2021
Micro-weddings and elopements are the new normal. But just because your wedding can’t be huge in numbers, doesn’t mean it can’t be incredibly luxurious and beautiful.
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Talk about an inspiring couple. Justine and Alex were supposed to get married in the Philippines this fall, surrounded by 150+ friends and family. Needless to say, their wedding plans have changed. What hasn’t changed, though, is how much love they have for each other!
It’s safe to say that 2020 has thrown all of us a few curveballs. Ravaged wedding plans are just one of many ways people have been impacted by this pandemic. So many couples this year have gone through a whirlwind of emotions as they were forced to make difficult decisions about their planned weddings. Most of them had to postpone their nuptials to 2021, and at the very least had to drastically modify their wedding plans. For many of those couples, it’s hard to find the silver linings as they watch their much anticipated day come and go while quarantined in their homes. I’ve cried many tears alongside my sweet brides, but I have also felt the promise of hope and the powerful light of focusing on the good as we’ve journeyed this time together. I wanted to share a post from one of my amazing brides, with the hope that if you are a 2020 wedding couple, you’ll feel uplifted and encouraged, as I did, after reading her message.