So, yeah, I’ve got over the idea of having Katie Sokoler as my photographer (kind of). I’m now trying to focus more on what we can actually afford.
I was going through different wedding planners’ sites and I ran into this one www.casamientofeliz.com. It’s a new local company, so they don’t have much experience in the topic, I guess. As far as I could see, they’ve only held one wedding. I’d look into their prices if I were to have my wedding in Argentina; but since that’s not going to happen, I just looked at their lovely pictures and jotted down some of their cool ideas.
I love the transparent jars used as vases. Apparently, it doesn’t take much to make them look beautiful: just ribbons and pretty flowers.
I love pennants! I’m sure I can get the girls in David’s family to help me make lots of them. They add color and offhandedness to any environment; I’d love the place to look informal and cheerful.
Having pictures taken in a motor home is something I hadn’t thought of. David’s parents have one, so it might be a good idea.
Here’s a humble but warm setting for a photo shoot: 2 armchairs, a carpet, pennants and some light bulbs. As I said before, the most important thing for me is to have pretty pictures to look at in the future. I’m interested in having photos which can capture the joy and happiness of the moment; I’m sure that a setting that doesn’t stand out much will help that purpose.
Finally, the souvenirs. I really like the idea of giving people pictures of us, plus they look great displayed like this, don’t they?