Ideally the farther you get along in life, the better your sense of who you are is. You let go of doing things because everyone else is doing them. You have a better idea of what brings you joy and how to attain it.Read More
Have you ever stood in a place so filled with love you could feel it pouring off of everyone?
It's warm, happy, and cozy. Time slows down while simultaneously flying right by.
And no, it wasn't the Texas heat making me loopy. Brittany and Forrest got married on an uncharacteristically rainy, sometimes chilly, sometimes humid summer day. We had to call on our photo location back-up plans a few times but that couldn't put a damper on the love. It was everywhere.Read More
We all know about the tradition of brides wearing white. It’s said that before 1840 brides used to wear colors and their dress was often one they would wear again and again.
What happened in 1840? Queen Victoria got married. She wore white. Suddenly it was the trend.
It’s not 1840 anymore. And I’m pretty sure Queen Victoria won’t come back to yell at you for doing what feels right for you. White was an uncommon color to choose for a wedding dress when she chose it, but she didn't care.
There are cultural practices that can call for something beyond white too. Tradition doesn’t have to apply to what you wear though. Your wedding day is a celebration of you and the one you love. You should be comfortable. You should feel beautiful. You should feel free to show your own sense of style.Read More