Photography : Tying The Knot
Irvan & Rheta
Wedding Trailer by Robb by Robb
May 2015

Hello, everyone. This is my first ever post on this corner of the internet. Im excited and nervous all at the same time. First of all, I would like to thank you for the warm welcome you extended to me. It is such an honor for me to be a part of this wonderful AXIOO family. I have been a fan of their work for a while now, and to be a part of their team, is kind of like a dream come true for me. 

So, about my first post. While I had my moments contemplating which of my work I should share with you first, I finally decided on this Same Day Edit video of Irvan and Rheta. I chose this wedding, because to me it felt real. If I had scraped off every dreamy little details that I usually think about when it comes to love, all the fairy tale-ish, mushy, lovey-dovey stuff, Id be left with raw, soul-stirring, good, old-fashioned love. And thats exactly what I saw at Irvan and Rhetas wedding. 

Their love felt real. It wasnt about ulterior motives or one-sided gain. Their love was about acceptance – fully, wholly, deeply. It wasnt about keeping only the parts they wanted to, but taking the whole package – past, present, future. It was about a strong belief in second chancesDescription: and knowing that everyone deserves to be happy, no matter what they carried on their backs or what circumstances they have been through. 

I loved how in the middle of her preparation for the biggest day of her life, Rheta sneaked intoIrvans to check on Jo, Irvans daughter, simply to say hi! and to make sure that she wasnt too overwhelmed by the event. I loved that Jo is comfortable to be among them. In fact, she looked as if she enjoyed the whole day. I especially loved to see just what a wonderful family they are going to be, and how their love was able to create a lovely home for this little girl. 

Real love can never go out of style. I hope you enjoy this video. 




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