I think we can all agree that love is timeless. It’s lasted throughout centuries, lives on through our hearts every day, and it will be here long after we’re gone.
What reminds you of the people you love?
Sometime it can be something extravagant or obvious, like flowers delivered at your work.
Today for this moodboard, we are going to celebrate the little details. The hidden treasures that love leaves behind to make you smile fondly from memories shared.
Setting a romantic mood starts with the lighting. Whether it’s a candlelit dinner or a dimmed out room, soft lighting always creates a touch of romance in the air.
Although, from a photographers perspective- bright natural lighting does plenty of love for our subjects!
Sparkle and Shine:
Although it’s no requirement of love to shower your partner with gifts, they are still aesthetically pleasing for this mood! Diamonds and Pearls, like one of our wedding packages, sparks a number of emotions for me.
My grandmother gave me my first string of real pearls to mark me becoming a woman (she was from Tennessee so southern traditions were a big deal). The love I hold for her is timeless and those pearls will be passed down to my daughter someday!
Diamonds remind most people of an engagement ring, but my ring is an opal. When I think of Diamonds, I think of the sparkle and shine of the lake when Eric took me out on our first date.
Eyes that sparkle after the first kiss can also be reflected in a diamond.
I love the symbolism of keys! I have two key tattoos on my arm that represent my trip to Spain and France. Keys are a big deal!
Everyone knows the cheesy phrasing “unlock the key to your heart”.
It holds so much meaning and comes with incredible risk to fully open up your heart. To let someone in, or “give them the key”, is an act of courage. Your defenses are down, you leave yourself vulnerable, and you risk locking your heart up forever if things go south.
But in love, you can’t think about the consequences- because the positives of love are so much more rewarding! Take the risk and open the door.
Love is very much a tradition in our culture but these shoes have a nostalgic notion all in themselves!
This bride wore the same shoes her grandmother wore to her wedding- over 60 years ago!
Traditions hold good luck and touching memories for generations to come.
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