Earlier in the month I was honored to be a part of something a little different from the "Normal" Wedding Routine. . . This Bride and Groom chose to have their vows in an intimate & private setting. And honestly, it was the best thing ever and I'm going to highly encourage this from now on!
hear me out. . .
It will feel extremely intimate and personal.
Imagine the most romantic moment of your life and multiply that by 1,000. When you read or hear words meant just for you, by the love of your life, on one of the most important days you’ll ever have, PS BRIDES: you’ll probably need some waterproof mascara.
-Doing this with your First Look can make for such an intimate and personal space.
-Doing this after the Ceremony gives you a chance to get away, relax, soak in the excitement AND each other with out playing host & hostess for a couple of minutes.
-You won’t have to stand in front of your guests and pour your heart out.
If you’re shy and the thought of spilling your guts in front of hundreds of people gives you hives
(Same)private vows are probably a good choice for you
-You can say whatever you want.
When you know you’re reading your vows in front of all of your family members (yes, including Great Aunt Marge), you probably get a sense that you’ll have to, well, censor yourself. But if you know your vows are for your partner’s eyes—or ears—only, you can talk about whatever butters your eggrole.
- Shortens up your ceremony making more room for FOOD & DANCING.
You’ll get great photos (if you want).
Going off of that, if you choose to invite your photographer to capture the moment you read each other’s vows or say them privately, you can pretty much guarantee you’ll get some of your favorite photos from your entire wedding day.
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Couple: Taylor & Chris Iwen