When it comes couples, I think we have seen it all.
A wedding photographer shares some of her couples who may appear on the outside to be mismatched.
The typical wedding mag does not really reflect how diverse couples appear.
Here is the reason why Carly collaborated with self-proclaimed “progressive wedding coordinator” Liz Susong to create Catalyst Wedding Magazine. They were quite tired of all the main focus on shelling out a ton of cash or losing a ton of weight for the wedding dress, and they then made a decision to make a unique wedding mag altogether.
They wished to build a magazine which primarily focuses on the celebration of love in ways that are as different as every couple out there.
Catalyst strives to feature gorgeous imagery while at the same time staying true to their mission of showcasing the people which the wedding industry is serving.
Look at these fabulous pictures of loving couples in one of their upcoming issues:
1. Elaine and Vikas celebrated with a hybrid Hindu wedding that reflected both cultures.
All photos used with permission. Photo by Rebecca Caridad.
2. Sarah-Jean and Kent got married in a tiny, intimate courthouse and Irish pub party with some of their coolest family and friends.
3. After 30 awesome years together, Annie and Janice, at last got to tie the knot once and for all at a wedding ceremony held in their home.
4. Alexa and Stephen actually fell in love with each other after working side by side at a Virginia Beach Ruby Tuesday.
5. Jazmin and Ben showed their love of beer and baseball with great brewery tours, along with a food truck at their wedding.
6. Crystal and Jayleen enjoyed celebrating their love with a wintertime wedding in the Amish Country.
7. Stephanie and Felipe had their wedding reception first. And afterwards, celebrated with a sweet backyard ceremony.
8. Chicagoans Alissa and Bethany set out for Los Angeles for an engagement shoot held in the Arts District.
9. Maria and Lisa got married a short time after marriage equality finally arrived in Illinois. They had a backyard ceremony to celebrate with family and friends.
10. John and Matt surprised their wedding guests when they shared that their goodbye party was really a wedding ceremony.
Photo by Pangtography.
11. Katie and Albert did not have to get hitched in order to celebrate their love and commitment.
Cheap car insurance in Virginia gets a whole new meaning after you’ve tied the know because it typically means that you’ll pay less in insurance premiums. It is just one more reason to celebrate!