H&H Weddings

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Organic Warehouse Styled Shoot

In Elizabeth Gilbert's most recent novel, The Signature of All Things, the main character (a female botanist) outlines types of time as: “Divine Time, Human Time, and Moss Time.” While  Divine Time is considered to be infinite and Human time to be fleeting, Moss Time is expansive and slow moving. I thought a lot about this new perspective of time and connected it personally to how important it is to allow aspects of your life to truly sink in. To me, a wedding can go by all to quickly. For many it can be difficult to approach a wedding for the first time because the newness of planning such a party can be overwhelming. Still, it is crucial to enjoy all of it...from the contacting a caterer down to saying your vows. With that in mind a shoot unfolded that was inspired by this appreciation for the small things...for careful time spent with those dearest to you...as well as taking style notes from the period that The Signature of All Things is set in. After a walk through a wooded forest on beds of moss that were sparkling with mica stones, using moss and mica became more literal as well. With all the vendors knit together by work infused with botanical, vintage, rustic, and early 19th century motifs, we were able to pull off a truly dreamy set of scenes. The empty loft of a warehouse in the Riverside neighborhood where the shoot took place carries with it a lot of history for both our town and the vendors individually. We choose to celebrate same sex marriage in this shoot because as wedding professionals, we find there is not a lot of inspiration for same sex weddings out there. From the stunning way in which Christina Karst captured light in this shoot, to the intriguing florals, custom handcrafted backdrop and sparkling jewelry - all parts blend sweetly together in support of love.   

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