For the last few months, we’ve been helping out readers & friends make sense of what they should do with their canceled wedding plans.
Pivot pivot pivot, we’ve been preaching. Find ways to celebrate now AND later, we’ve said. As summer nears end we’re starting to see what you’ve all actually been up to – and it brings just as many tears to our eyes as those big, ol’ fashioned weddings previously planned.
Melissa (a wedding florist) & James shared with us how they made lemonade out of lemons changing up their 2020 wedding plans. Postponing the bigger, full-fledged wedding reception, the two wanted to stick to their original Summer Solstice wedding date: eloping oceanside in Alaska.
For those of you who don’t know, the summer solstice is a bit of a holiday in Alaska, celebrating the longest day of the year outdoors. The two Alaskan lovebirds chose a favorite camping spot – where whales often pass – to say their vows & toast with special solstice whiskey.
If this is how gorgeous their intimate “I do’s” are, we can’t wait to see the follow-up celebration!