We look for ways to capture the essence of your whole day; from your favorite donuts and champagne on the table next to you while you’re getting ready, to your nieces and nephews playing on the lawn, your grandmother kissing your cheek as soon as she sees you after the ceremony, a hand on a back, a tear during vows, a belly laugh… it’s how we remind you exactly how it felt to experience it all.
The food will be eaten, the flowers will die, but your partner (and your photos 😉) are what you get to keep forever. So shouldn’t your top priority be creating a day that the two of you will absolutely love and remember fondly? Eloping takes away the pressure of impressing a ton of guests, because if you do decide to invite some guests, those people will be the ones who really get you and aren’t worried about whether they’re eating pizza or filet mignon, as long as they get to support you on your day.
Decide early on which parts of your day you want to prioritize. Keep in mind which things will matter most to you when you look back on your wedding day. At the end of it all, your wedding is one day; what you have to look forward to is your marriage.
They wanted something different; the first mobile bar in Maine that was not a horse box or airstream – something modern with a rustic edge that could fit in with any wedding aesthetic.
You deserve to feel seen. You deserve to do something for yourself that kicks your confidence up a notch and leaves you feeling worthy and realized; and on top of that, one day you will be gone, and photographs will be the only way for future generations to see you.
The first thing I ask the two of you is for you to share with me how you met, and to tell your proposal story. This is usually where everyone warms up a bit, and conversation flows more easily!