The pandemic threw weddings and events into a tailspin over the last year and a half. Most of our couples postponed to ’21/’22, but some came up with some different options and we loved the creativity that happened in order for people to have their special day! One of the things that I have enjoyed over the last year and a half is finding what really matters with couples. Whether it’s scaling down a wedding, postponing it, or changing venues, our couples continue to say the same things in their vows. It really came down to wanting to be together, and isn’t that really what life is all about? It can be easy to get bogged down with all the wedding plans and details but in the end, you are marrying the one you want to spend your life with, quarantine with (hopefully never again), and of course do all the fun things as well.
Kat and Peter decided to do a micro wedding instead of their original plan of a large wedding day and keep their original September date. They found a really unique venue overlooking Los Angeles. It was beautiful! We really enjoyed their first look, so cute. And the getting ready space is an airstream trailer, adorable! Her dress was just lovely and the flowers and details were lovely too. This was also the first time we saw sanitizing stations and reminders about health, which would become a staple at weddings after this!
They had a small group of mostly family attend overlooking the valley. Their friend officiated and did an awesome job, and the two of them had amazing vows for each other. We are so happy they got to have their original wedding even if it looked a little different than they had hoped and we’re happy they have started their life together as a married couple. Hope you enjoy their wedding film!
Venue – Rancho Del Cielo
Planner – Love is Sweet Events
Film – SidebySide Cinema
Photography – Sun and Sparrow
Flowers – Ezai Floral Design