Valentines Day Reflections

Feb 14

Good morning, friends, and happy Valentines Day! I have an overload of Valentines Day themed inspiration for you today, to get you in the mood for celebrating in ways large and small with your loved ones. To start the day, this incredible Valentines Day video from The Sweetest Occasion favorite Clark + Walker Studio, meant to serve as a sweet reminder of what Valentines Day and weddings are really all about. Love.

I love what co-founder Luke Walker had to say about their inspiration behind this video…

“For Valentines Day this year we wanted to put together something special. I follow many of the popular blogs out there, and I’m a huge sucker for the unique and fun details at weddings as much as anyone else. However as much as vintage soda bottles, large centerpieces, balloons, and other things make modern weddings so great, I want to take this Valentines Day to remind us all what weddings are really about. The wedding cliche always goes something like ‘after the wedding your cake will be eaten, your flowers will wilt, but you’ll always have your photographs.’ That’s absolutely true, however I’d like to add that while your wedding photographs will hopefully be something you always cherish what you will really “always have” after your wedding is your spouse, your relationship, your family, and your love. That’s what weddings are truly about, regardless of what’s hip or in magazines. Being in love, and sharing that amazing feeling with so many of the people who are important in your life. Watch with us as we remember, here on Valentines Day, why weddings are truly amazing. The people.”

Big thanks to my friends at Clark + Walker Studio for sharing this video. Am I the only one who teared up while watching it? Grooms. Crying. It gets me every single time.

{Video by Clark + Walker Studio.}

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