We know how very disappointed you must be to not be able to have the wedding you desire right now. But how about creating your own mini ceremony at home? When we are free to roam the world again you can celebrate with your friends and family. Let's look at the positivity- the best thing about it is you will have two dates to celebrate.
In Britain we can finally get excited again as we have just welcomed our first white storks in centuries amongst this lockdown. Several eggs have just hatched in early and mid May in Knepp Wildland- a nature reserve in West Sussex. The reserve has been trying for several years to rehabilitate this species with a project called White Stork Project.
In my blog post last week, we talked about weddings that have been cancelled and finding the positives. It isn't easy when you have had something you had organised, dreamed of postponed. By your love for each remains the same and should be celebrated. We suggested you create your own ceremony at home to mark a special date and have another memorable day to celebrate
We have put a selection of lovely gifts you can share with couples that have postponed their weddings and make their day joyous, beautiful and fun. Enjoy!
LynneKennedy is a wedding and elopment photographer who lives in a wooden house by the sea next to the Isle of Skye known as cloud island in Old Norse. Lynne captures the magical moment and connection between two people in the most beautiful natural scenery- on the Isle of Skye and the Highlands of Scotland. Today we talk to her about where she photographs and the handfasting ceremony- a ritual of binding the hands together with ribbons in existence since the Celtic times.