The most epic 'Would have Been Wedding Day'
Lockdown has sent 30+ of my 2020 wedding bookings into 2021, with some sadly having been cancelled altogether. Couples have clung on for good news, but most have pushed their dream wedding day into 2021, and in some cases even 2022.
I know this has been extremely frustrating and heartbreaking for many...but...
Have you thought about how you could turn your original wedding date into the most beautiful day?
My gorgeous friends Kayte and Jonathan did just that. After getting engaged on Christmas day 2019, they had initially decided on a short engagement, and to plan their wedding for the following Summer. You can only imagine their disappointment at having to postpone their wedding date a whole year.
They could have sat at home and felt sad on the lead up to their original wedding date, imagining what they would have been doing at that time if the circumstances were different.
However, with just 6 weeks until their "would have been wedding day", Kayte and Jonathan decided that they would celebrate. They would celebrate their love, surround themselves with people that love them, and do all the things that make them most happy. This was still a date to be enjoyed.
The idea had been born and I was thrilled that my gorgeous friend of 9 years asked me to photograph the day for her, as well as be a celebrant for this intimate blessing. Which would take place on the most idyllic eco campsite on a farm at Howgills Hideaway .
Kayte and Jonathon chose 6 of their closest friends to party away the 'Would have been Wedding Day'. This down to earth, outdoor, boho blessing could not have been more perfect.