At a wedding, something always goes wrong. It's just one of those known paradoxes to life that no matter how much you plan or rehearse, things get changed. But at the end of the day all that matters are the little things that feel so, so right. And Allie and Richard's wedding was no different.
I adored the way he kissed the bridge of her nose, like his lips belonged there. And I liked that they were all about balance. She was the loud to his quiet, he was the calm to her nerves. I liked that even her mom, who admitted herself that she liked to talk, could do nothing but cry when she saw Allie in her dress. There were no words, just pure emotion. And that's what a wedding day is. I mean, why else would I cry behind my camera during their first dance? Some would argue it's because I'm a romantic, emotional sap (which couldn't be more true.) But the real truth is that Allie and Richard deserve each other. They loved. And I felt it. It was contagious.
Thank you both (and your wonderful friends and family) for letting me be a part of it all.