I’ve decided now is an ideal time for me to write a blog. I return to the keyboard more knowledgeable. After spending two weeks in India, I am a bit wiser and feel as if my view of the world around me has sharpened.
The ideal life is short, and the ideal relationship is long.
Dear reader, we all want our time on earth to be a wonderful experience, but we also want to share it with the right person. I believe these go hand in hand.
I imagine that’s why a wedding is such an important event. It’s a celebration of two special people finding each other, exicited to face life together. Two people meant to be.
Furthermore, I think that the reason why weddings in 2012 are so costly is the mindsets of the modern man and woman. They want their memories of the momentous day to be good ones. In twenty-five to thirty years, you’ll still want to have the memories of your wedding be some of your happiest. It would be a shame if the overall feeling of the day was tainted by stress or chaos.
Preserve your memories in the manner that you want to remember them. As a wedding photographer I can honestly say that there will be a difference between images taken at weddings in the Omni Severin hotel or the Ritz Charles glasshouse, and the weddings in an American Legion or the local church basement.
No matter how your walk through life may be or where it may begin, every starry-eyed newlywed will want to remember the magic in their relationship the day the bells ring.
At Bello Romance Photography, we aim to capture and preserve the timeless romance of your relationship. What makes our photography worthwhile to me and many couples is the feeling we capture in your eyes and in your relationship. We do not lean on the crutch of good architecture in the venue you booked or the landscaping of the country club grounds.
While your investment in a beautiful setting is important and will reflect beautifully in your photos, Bello Romance Photography makes sure to capture the feeling in your relationship. While beauty and environment will fade, change, or whither, your strength in one another will not.