When I first starting photographing weddings, I had no idea this tradition even existed. At the time, I rarely even attended weddings so my knowledge of their traditions was something new and something I had to learn about-- fast!
The tradition comes from an Old English rhyme that a lot of modern couples are not too fond of keeping (or so I've noticed); however, the tradition still holds value to many. So I thought to break down what these traditions are, why people still love them, and a few ideas on how to achieve them.
I don't know what's worse... being in denial that summer is over and I'm asking myself where the year has gone, or looking at goals I had written down at the beginning of the year and seeing that I haven't accomplished any of them. Either way, there's a whole lot of truth in both statements.
In the recent months, I've been challenged with a family emergency that has led me down a road of so many emotions that caused me to reevaluate my commitments, test my patience, and prioritize what's most important to me...