Mariyam and Aaron got married on a Sunday morning at The Gladstone Hotel.
Now, this wedding didn’t revolve around throwing a big partying or celebrating in a grandiose way, rather it had an emphasis on self-reflection and life-long commitment. The bride and groom sat in front of all the people who were close to them, who had ultimately played important roles throughout their relationship, and took in every aspect as their ceremony unfolded. Mariyam and Aaron had careful chosen the speakers for their ceremony as well as hand picked the musicians who each played a prepared piece. During the ceremony all the guests sat in silence, eyes closed, letting the impactful moments wash over them. The unique ceremony really gave you a strong understanding of way Mariyam and Aaron have felt and expressed their love for each other.
As two very unique people of their own, Mariyam and Aaron were such a pleasure to work with. Although we only really got to know them in a few shorts weeks, we seemed to develop a bond over our concept of love and how we express it. Through that understanding of each other, we were able to find beauty in the quiet, almost melancholic moments that we shared on this meaningful day