Love doesn’t happen on the same timeline for everyone, and whether you’ve been together for just a few months or for many, many years, we love the idea of celebrating your special moments and anniversaries with beautiful photography that captures your authentic story. Sally and Robert share more with us about their 3rd anniversary:
They say, love at first sight never happens. But that’s how our love happened: like magic. We met, dated, got engaged and married all in 4 months in the wonderful city of New York. One of my favorite memories is when he had asked me to marry him. We were in the busy hustle and bustle of the rough city of New York, he whispered and sang the song “Falling Slowly”. “Falling slowly..eyes that know me..and I’m painted black.” I thought this song to be ironic when we fell in love instantly. But, he sweetly said that he wanted to continue to fall slowly in love with me every moment of this life.
When love found us and brought us together, time just didn’t seem to matter. We wanted “our” love to start here and now. I didn’t know everything about this man, he didn’t know everything about me and we had no idea where life was headed for us and what was about to unfold..but now after being married for 3 years together, we can only testify that life is just that much sweeter together.
To celebrate our 3rd anniversary together, we decided to have our love documented in a organic, natural way that was simply, us. Michael & Carina allowed us to be ourselves and magically captured our love so effortlessly and authentically. I was inspired by the empty, solitude and raw. Lori from Wild Green Yonder beautifully created a bouquet wrapped in velvet ribbon and wild greens and ivories and I chose to wore a vintage gown from Gossamer that spoke to who I was. I am blessed to have Michael and Carina bless the walls of my home with images that tell so many stories.
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