It’s very hard to plan on a wedding party when I don’t even know when I’m traveling to the States or getting married! The deal is: as soon as I’m granted the K1 visa, 90 days start running and before they’re due, I have to get married. The whole process of getting things ready, leaving and settling down in a new country is overwhelming enough; can you imagine planning a wedding on top of that? Not an easy task, I know!
So far, the only thing I have is a lovely blue vintage looking dress by Vero Ivaldi. Yes! I could get a piece of one of my favorite Argentine designers during the sales; it was a bargain! Other than that, there’s nothing. The ideal thing would be to get married legally in the States, have a small reception so we can share our happiness and love with our closest relatives and friends, and then, I’d LOVE it if we could have a religious ceremony here in Buenos Aires for my family and loved ones. But then again, with such a tight budget, it’s hard to tell what we’ll end up doing.
One thing has been agreed, though: David and I will not accept gifts from anybody. We hate the fact that people are forced to spend money for the newly weds. Honoring us with their presence is the best gift we can get.
However, I have to admit there IS something I really, really want: cool pictures! I believe that we’ll both feel immensely happy that day so if I could choose one thing to spend our money on it’d have to be on someone to portray that joy forever. Now, in my dream wedding, I have Katie Sokoler as a photographer. Why? Just take a look at her pictures and judge for yourself!
I love her laid-back and original style!
Ok, I’ll shut it and let you enjoy the pictures. Have a great day!