One of the things I’ve been studying the last few years is gaining clarity on the things I want for my business, and for my life. I learned from a friend that if we have clarity, our life tends to go in that direction. Without clarity, the business can be disorganized and not attract the client that we want for our business growth. About a year ago, I became clear on the intention to move from large 200 person weddings to small, intimate micro weddings and elopements. The next day, I got a call from Molly and Kevin, who were looking for the perfect fit for them in preparing for their Greenwich Historical Society Micro Wedding in Fairfield County.
Molly and Kevin are gracious, kind, and super focused on their marriage to one another. The bond they have was inspiring to me personally, which made them a great fit for Tesora. They were super intentional about their wedding day, only including about 30 people and making sure that every detail was well-thought out. The Greenwich Historical Society is a stunning venue; I couldn’t believe it’s so close to my house and that I had never been there before! It was such a special day, with an excited, yet relaxed joyful vibe that I’ve been searching for. The loud stress of a large wedding was nowhere to be seen, and it was exactly what I had prayed for.
My favorite images from their perfect, beautiful Greenwich Historical Society micro wedding are below. Such dreamy details, and their love is just pouring out! Lastly, thank you to my second photographer, Anca of LOC Photography, for your brilliant assistance.