Earth Centered Bohemian Wedding | South Florida
I'm a big fan of first looks because the couple gets to speand a few moments together to take it all. Their Japanese Garden location was full of emotion and love. It was especially special because he proposed to Emily in the Japanese garden at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens during the Cherry Blossom festival.
Earth elements were important and they started their wedding ceremony with cleansing sage and sacred palo santo. Their ceremony table had crystals like pink quartz for love and passion, clear quartz for power, moon stone's the milky radiance of this crystal represents tenderness, and is believed to bring lovers closer together, and green calcite will help you to create the energy of abundance so that intentions can blossom into realities. They also included several traditional Christian and Jewish sacraments like blessing wine, walking around each other seven times to signify breaking down walls, and breaking glass in remembrance of the shattering of the Jewish temples.
Their intimate, micro wedding was a treasure to be a part of and I adored witnessing the blending of family, faith, and love! They made the entire day a personal love story and celebration and their new chapter together. Thank you for letting me join in the festivities!