We are delighted to announce that we are now doing mini-weddings!

I am teaming up with my longtime collaborator and dear friend Kate Preftakes (of Preftakes Photography) to begin a new journey into the uncharted waters of post-quarantine nuptials.  The long spring indoors has made us all ripe for a gorgeous summer of celebration; though some are still apprehensive about gatherings of any kind, we have assured those who are deciding to have mini- weddings that each and every precaution will be taken to ensure the health and safety of those in attendance.  Interestingly enough, we’ve found that the scaling-back that a mini-wedding entails can actually be very liberating; less guests to worry about means far less moving parts, and that cuts down a great deal on day-of-stress as well as planning and preparation.  With the luxury of having less guests to consider, you can spend more time thinking about how to decorate the event with embellishing details that resonate with your personal style, and how to best preserve the memories forever with carefully curated photo-ops.  Not to mention, mini-weddings are also a lot easier on your wallet!  Mini-weddings prove to be more economical, more environmentally friendly, and far less stressful than the typical outdoor large scale event.  We can officiate, arrange the flowers, coordinate the food and drink and stationery if you like!  So, don’t postpone that ceremony any longer; the time for mini-weddings has arrived!

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