To marry or not to marry in 2020. That is the question. I think it’s a question every single 2020 couple has asked themselves. And often times it’s a last minute decision. After months (or years!) of planning the perfect wedding, the decision to have a microwedding is often spontaneous. Spontaneous, but equally beautiful.
After a very disappointing year for everyone, it brings such joy to my heart to see my couples getting married. For that brief event, all the worries and crisis of this year simply fades away. I get to see smiling faces, and pure love that my couples share with one another (despite being quarantined together for 6 months!)
Tara and Andrew decided to get married in their church on their intended wedding day with their closest family and friends. As always, we were overjoyed to be a special part of it! Even though, I was literally chased by the nasty geese who guard the fountain below this beautiful church.
Tara and Andrew, your wedding was beautiful and I am so happy that you got married this year! I cannot wait for the larger wedding next year at Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club! Thank you Barbara Wentzel for your amazing skills and capturing the chasing geese, because I wouldn’t 😉
Church: Church of Christ the King, New Vernon, NJ
Bouquet: Laura Clare Design