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Love Isn’t Cancelled
It’s been a difficult few days for couples and the wedding industry alike. With the new RULE OF FIFTEEN still reeling its repercussions on couples that have rescheduled from spring and summer into Autumn, Winter and Spring again, we are all scrambling to know what to do next. Whether you agree with the politics and science or not, hundred of couples are being put back into the confusion they felt at the first lockdown. I am sure there is a lot of heart searching going on about which way to turn. As a Northumberland Wedding Photographer is has certainly made me assess my business plan.
When the world is changing around us, and its happening to everyone, through loss of physical family contact, and a change in work life, we can almost keep it at arms length. Its happening across the globe. It doesn’t require to much action; you can let it wash over you to some extent. But when you get told that something that you have planned, such as your wedding, can’t happen and it requires you to make decisions and take action, you can no longer keep things at a safe distance.
Northumberland Wedding Photographer for Micro Weddings
The thing is the wedding industry has been put onto a path where all the venue and suppliers have been taking action for 6 months already. And it is changing the shape of weddings. A reflection of values, and learning to pair down to what really matters. Change can be an uncomfortable place to be. But it can also be an invigorating while challenging place to be. Personally I have never been so challenged to be creative with what I am capable of. Wedding professionals are out there trying to second guess what the wedding industry is going to look like.
At this present moment in time we have no choice. For those of you who are choosing to go ahead on your wedding day, cutting you guest list down is probably the thing that will give you the most worry. And as venues and a Northumberland Wedding Photographer we totally get that. However I want to assure all couples that your suppliers will not water down their service and commitment to you just because your guest list is reduce. If anything I think most of us will up the anti to make it even more special. Going ahead to get married anyway is a brave thing to do in itself. It shows a true commitment to each other and your values of love “through better or worse”. And that, your mini wedding day is cause for doubling up our efforts to make it extra special.
Rustic Barn Filled with Brocante for a secret mini wedding
First look. Powerful emotional, and setting the pulses racing before heading to the registry office together. Mini weddings give you the chance to be creative with the time line.
Making it Legal
A short and simple ceremony to utter your vows is all it takes to be legally married.