I once heard that if it rains on your wedding day that it means that your marriage will be rich. I don’t know if that is true or not, but if so, Tiffany and Peter will be rollin’ soon.
(If this doesn’t happen guys, I am super sorry, but just like I cannot control the weather, I cannot control fate!)
All kidding aside, I had a wonderful trip down to Parsons to celebrate their big day. The amount of detail and planning that Tiffany and Co. put into this day was obvious. What was more obvious is how much this couple loves each other.
Five minutes before the (outdoor) ceremony was supposed to start we were hit with a torrential downpour. Everyone efficiently moved into the reception tent to have the ceremony there instead. Even though it probably wasn’t what either of them imagined, I can say it was still one of the most beautiful weddings I had seen in a while. It was a great reminder for me of why I do this and care about it.
A wedding is not just about details. Cake goes stale, flowers wilt, dresses get muddy. What really and truly matters is Love. Commitment. Trust. It was really a blessing to get to capture those things for Tiffany and Peter. I know that they will forever be rich in those things.