Speaking of whimsy, I love this photo of Sara & Martin’s wedding over at One Love Photo. Heather’s work is charming, whimsical, and pretty (and I admit it, I’m a sucker for pretty). I’m in love with Sara’s wedding dress, which is of course a Chrissy Wai-Ching dress. David’s brother is getting married this fall (it’s a joyful year) and my future sister-in-law will be wearing a Wai-Ching dress. I would wear a Wai-Ching dress on almost every day of the year, but deep down I know I want something white and lace for my wedding day, so my search continues…
You know that that thing that happens when you’re engaged and the rest of the world stops viewing you as a complex human being with a unique back story and just sees you as The Bride (or Groom)? You know who, in a million years, would never ever do that? Nadiya Nacorda of Imani Fine Art Photography. Nadiya gets this—and you—because she’s been there. While planning her own wedding (during the same year she launched her business because she’s ambitious like that), Nadiya found herself navigating the same kinds of complicated questions y’all are asking yourselves now: “How do I plan a wedding as a feminist?” “How do I deal with the fact that I want to keep my name?” “How do I tell my eighty-year-old conservative Catholic grandmother from the Philippines I’m not getting married in the church without giving her a heart attack?” Nadiya aims for her own experiences to serve her couples not only practically but emotionally as well.…Keep Reading
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