September 25, 2020
Taylor and David are an incredible couple and the best team. They had a large wedding planned at the museum and were forced to postpone due to COVID-19. It is truly disappointing to have to postpone such a big event and something that has been planned out perfectly but sometimes life throws us curveballs. This year we have all learned to be flexible and to adapt.
Taylor and David adapted to what was happening with grace and positivity. They wanted to get married on their original wedding date and needed to have their family there. They have amazing style and found the perfect location and made it even more beautiful. Photographing their wedding made me think about what is important in life. Yes, full weddings are amazing and a part of what we love to do but when we have an opportunity to dial it down and think about what is the most important about a wedding day it’s about the love, family, celebration and knowing the couple can persevere through the ups and downs of life.
Going through this experience will make Taylor and David a stronger couple and they can survive anything as long as they are together.
After the two said I do most of their wedding guests did a drive-by parade and sent their love to the couple. They cut the cake, had a champagne toast, and did a little toast!
Congrats to Taylor and David and can’t wait for the big wedding!
Venue: Sloan’s Lake