I am a witness to some pretty amazing moments. The bridal prep area where the Hair and Makeup artist curls that first lock of hair to applying the last touch of mascara. Special moments between a bride, her maid of honor and bridesmaids and when a tear appears in a mothers eye as she buttons up her daughters gown.
Where Brides and Grooms read each others notes and a groom sees his bride for the first time during a first look.
Where fathers see their daughters for the first time on the big day.
Groomsmen razzing the groom as he gets ready. His mom hiding that tear as the groom and his dad shake each others hand and give one another a bear hug.
I document moments that are only resevered for closest family and friends. There is no rehearsal, no audience and it's just real.
Because it was the two of you
Whether it is next week or 25 years from now, when you look back at your wedding album that sits on your coffee table or the wall piece above your mantle, I want you to remember. I want you to feel your wedding day; be in the moment again. All the emotions of the day. That is true timelessness.