Isn’t it time to think about weddings
a little differently?
Why is it always ceremony first, reception after. White dress, high heels, beef or fish? Is this what’s important? If a certain tradition doesn’t resonate with you, scrap it. Are you cutting the cake because you want to, or because that’s what the venue said you’re supposed to do a 8:00pm?
Have tacos for dinner, have a friend perform the ceremony and sign the papers later, get ready together, play rock paper scissors for who gets to pick the first dance song. Just make it YOU. Break the rules
In 2015, my husband Jamie and I got married. We said "I do" at the end of our reception, on the dance floor under the stars. I wanted the day to build up to that moment instead. Our officiant read an excerpt from 'The Most Astounding Fact' by Astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson and we had breakfast for dinner. Why? Because that was a reflection of who we are. That, and because I really like waffles.
We'll be a perfect fit if you just want to have fun, celebrate, embrace spontaneity and go with the flow. Without the stress and without Pinterest boards. It's not about how many tiers there are on the wedding cake. It's about you, your guests, candid unexpected moments and love.