“At the ceremony when my father and I reached the edge of the aisle and everyone stood up for us.You get so caught up in the details of planning a wedding…that moment was when it all hit me.
Well, maybe a little confused…” Advice to couples getting married: “If possible, keep your wedding small!
It was important to us that our wedding felt warm, intimate and inclusive.
We’ve been to weddings where people felt alienated or there was no sense of cohesion.
The Couples Love Story: Isaac’s friend was interested in Jabeen and one night he asked Isaac to go with him to meet up with Jabeen and some of her friends.
Isaac ended up taking a seat next to her and according to Isaac, “utterly failed” his duties to his friend. “I fell for the wingman.” Wedding Inspiration: We didn’t really plan with a style in mind but just kind of gravitated towards a very romantic, old Europe feel, like being in an English garden or the English countryside.
The couple hit it off immediately and have rarely spent a day apart since. With the storms we got that day, we certainly got some English weather!
But most importantly, we wanted our wedding to reflect the things we care about, like our respect for animals.
The hors d’oeuvres for the cocktail hour, the dinner and the cupcakes were all vegan. The meat-eaters kept telling us it was the best food they’ve ever had at a wedding!
The Couple’s favorite/ most memorable part of the day: It poured buckets as soon as the outdoor ceremony site was set.