I like to think that a person never stops learning, and you can learn things from absolutely everyone. During the wedding planning, I teach a lot to my brides but every year, I learn from them too. It is wonderful being surrounded by such an incredible group of human beings. Here are the ten things I learned from my 2019 brides.
The amount of love these two have for these puppies is absolutely overwhelming. They did such an incredible job during photo time that made me want to steal them and keep them forever. I really love when my couples include their pets on their wedding day!
Their engagement photos were as adventurous as them and even though I was freaking out the entire time, being able to fly around South Dakota with these two gave me an incredible opportunity to see my beloved state from a different angle!
Mary chose to have her rehearsal dinner captured instead of having an engagement shoot and we took family photos during it. Being able to meet and bond with her family members the day before their wedding gave me a great sense of how big their love is.
Seriously. Have you every heard the sound of Lakota? I can’t imagine a more hauntingly beautiful sound. I could listen to Megan’s mom talk for hours.
What matters is what you can make with it and the people that is inside. Their wedding was absolutely gorgeous and their reception, a blast.
I had a blast with all of them and even though the bridal party was big, I was extremely sad to say goodbye to them.
I chose these two over another couple. They both called me the same day, they both had incredible weddings, and they both wanted to hire me. But I had a feeling with them and I wasn’t wrong. I could photograph them over and over. They are a true perfect match for me.
And that even when your party bus arrives one and a half hours late, the photos you take while you wait can be the most absolutely gorgeous you will ever take.
You just simply need the perfect partner by your side, ands the perfect team of vendors to help. Jane Rae on the planning, Dan Ludeman on the video and Dj Sieff on the DJ booth made the absolute perfect day I would have gotten for my own wedding!
Overall, my couples taught me one more time, that the most important thing to have the perfect wedding, is to be in absolute love with the person you are marrying. Ok, I might have known this already, but it is always a good reminder, right?
I am going to miss my 2019 couples. I can’t wait to learn fro my 2020 ones!!
Solis Photography is a fine art wedding photographer who specializes in capturing love. Solis Photography is based in the Midwest, but is available worldwide. Want more information on booking? Contact Patty or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org .