The Wedding Rush: Notes to the bride | Venezia Quincy, MA

As the first wedding of the year wrapped up, I sat back and settled into a quick slump. Oh man, that was rough. I woke up in the morning with a ridiculous migraine but I pushed through. Luckily for us Bostonians, this year hasn’t had too much snow, but it’s left us cold struck to the bones. “Power through”, I told myself.

The bride was God sent.

Ann has to be one of the most sweetest, soft spoken brides I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. Under so many time restrains and delays, she pushed through and maintained a positive outlook which did wonders for everyone working with her.

It’s understandable how stressful a wedding is especially when things are running behind but it’s so so incredibly important to maintain a calm state and power through. The ceremony will not happen without you, the reception will not happen without you, the day as a whole will not happen without you! Keeping that in mind, it is important to work with your vendors to help push important events during the day along but also to plan for additional time when working through your schedule.

Ann and James worked with us to create pockets of time to really be able to capture images for their keepsake and the result was so heartwarming. Cheers to Ann and James, as they trek through this new adventure as husband and wife, and may they always maintain positive and calm outlooks when stressful times arise.