Venice is so unlike anything I’ve ever seen. The canals, the green waters, everything. Everything is magic.
Pure, otherworldly, glimmering magic.
Everyone needs something different out of a wedding day. Some people need to get married with the bells and whistles and applause and confetti. Some people need to get married in their cozy family’s backyard where all their memories begin and end. But some people need the decision to be about them. Just them and no one else. No expectation. No input. Let’s just elope already.
My biggest desire for anyone going through the wedding process is that they will be true t that gut feeling—the one that tells you what is most important to you two. For Lindsey and Stephen, it was a private ceremony Venice.
Being invited along for this ride was a dream. come. freaking. true.
If you would have told me five years ago (or four or two or one) that I’d be shooting a wedding in Venice, Italy I would have passed the heck out. To have a couple who trusts me with their wedding is always an honor. It’s never something I take lightly. But to have a couple who trusts me enough to fly in the morning of their wedding (pure insanity) and wander around the sleepy corridors of Venice with them as they promise their lives to each other in the most beautiful scuola, that is another thing entirely. I could float! I could fly! I could jump around and squeal the entire time we’re together! And that’s exactly what I did. (The jumping, not the flying.)
To have not only the coolest career/life experience (so far!) with these two, but to also be able to call them my new friends—that is something I will treasure forever. Forever ever.
Press play and wander Venice with us. Okay? Okay.