It’s no secret that weddings have grown a bit uncontrollable. When talking to couples, one of the complaints I hear most often is how overwhelming planning a wedding can be. But the secret that the wedding industry wants to keep from you is that it doesn’t have to be that way. Take Natasha and Doug’s White Owl Ranch wedding as an example.
There was a peacefulness about Natasha and Doug’s wedding day. Sure, there was excitement and some nerves. And a little bit of rushing about. Maybe it was the tranquility of White Owl Ranch or the fact that both Natasha and Doug have such a calm demeanor, but despite the normal wedding day buzz, everything felt manageable and just right. The most important detail for Natasha and Doug was that they would finish the day married. Followed closely by ensuring that their friends and family had a great time!
By focusing on what mattered to them the most and ignoring everything else, Natasha and Doug were able to enjoy the day to its fullest. They gave their daughters important roles in the ceremony. They paid homage to Doug’s firefighting with small touches throughout the day. And they made sure that all their friends and family were well-fed and had plenty to drink. We even snuck them away for a quiet moment to take sunset photos and give them a chance to take everything in.
Natasha and Doug, we are so honored to have been part of your wedding day! We hope you’re relaxing on a beach in Punta Cana, cut off from the world; but in case you have internet access, we hope you enjoy your sneak peek photos!
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