Photography : Tying The Knot
Adrian & Ayrin
The Wedding by Aha by Aha
31
Jul 2015

No two wedding is ever the same. Even when it takes place on the same day or in the same place, even when the schedule and the rundown is similar, even if they use the services of the same vendors, still no two wedding is ever the same. Just as every person is unique, so is the relationship, and so is the wedding.

When I am shooting a wedding, I make it my top priority to get to know the people there, the bride and groom, especially. I want to know their story. I ask them how they met, what made them fall in love, what they love most about their relationship, etc. I like to watch them interact with each other too, just to spot the adoring glances they exchange. I love that glance. Its probably the one thing I love most about my job. And even those glances are there at every wedding, theyre never the same with every couple.

Adrian and Ayrin is one of those couples that I really loved watching and getting to know. One word comes to mind at the thought of them: mature. They know who they are, they know what they want, and theyre not afraid to go and get it. Thats just admirable! From the very first meeting, Ive already gotten this impression and the whole time, I was thinking, this couple is like WOAH! I like! And their wedding was just filled with everything that reflected the true Adrian and Ayrin, like it was thought through with their fingerprints on everything. I would have not expected anything else.

When a wedding is this unique, it no longer mattered if it was big or small, intimate or large. Nothing else mattered – not the wedding, not the venue, not the vendors. It only mattered to know what we were celebrating, and that is the decision that Adrian and Ayrin made to level up their relationship and to spend the rest of their lives making each other happy.

Thank you, Adrian and Ayrin, for allowing me to be a part of your celebration. I wish you a happy marriage, filled with lots of warm hearts and huge smiles!

Cheers,

Aha

 
 
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