“Where the lessen of guest capacity doesn’t diminish the amount of love that went around, but enlarged how big is each heart present was, and how much each person felt during the wedding day.”
It’s been a minute since COVID restrictions stepped in and we’ve not had a “usual” wedding ever since. The lessen of capacity, introduction of masks and social distancing. We were disheartened as how all couples were initially, but behind every cloud is a silver lining. We realised how weddings during this period of time brew its own flavours.
How “less is more”, how every moment and movement in magnified with lesser activities, lesser guests and lesser events on the schedule to check off.
With Aaron and Estee, we saw how the increment of pockets of time gave them space to enjoy quality time, to absorb all thoughts and feelings of the day itself. To slow down, extend each moment, and savour it. We saw how guests had more time with one another and with the couple, that conversations slowed down, that gazes aren’t rushed.
Have a look through their set of wedding works. Put on some music, and scroll through the set as if you’re visiting a friend’s home of memories. Feel what we felt and see what we observed that day, where the lessen of guest capacity doesn’t diminish the amount of love that went around, but enlarged how big is each heart present was, and how much each person felt during the wedding day.