Real Wedding: Jason + Ingrid
Today’s Real Wedding submission comes to us from 205 Photography! Jason and Ingrid were all set to wed at The Sonnet House in Leeds, Ala. on March 21, 2015 when the ever-dreaded rain clouds came rolling in. But a little rain couldn’t bring down Ingrid’s spirits and this perfect venue selection made it possible for the day to continue as scheduled without worry. With a few umbrellas to catch any drizzle during the outdoor ceremony, all was well!
AWM: What advice would you give brides as they plan their wedding?”
Ingrid: “The only advice I have is to try to not get caught up in the small things. You will argue during the planning process – Jason was less than pleased when I drug him to a cake consult and spent over an hour describing the perfect shade of ivory. I am a perfectionist and spent over 1 1/2 years planning the wedding, so I was more shocked than anyone when I didn’t care it started raining on our wedding day. All that mattered to me was that I was finally getting to marry Jason and all our friends, family, and beloved dog Duke got to celebrate with us.”
One of our favorite parts of this wedding is that Ingrid actually discovered her wedding dress from an AWM photo shoot that appeared in our 2014 issue!
“I already had my heart set on The Sonnet House so it was pretty amazing to fall in love with a dress that you all styled at my venue,” said Ingrid. “Jason and I started dating freshman year of college in 2004, so I was ‘lucky’ to have had so much time to think about our wedding day. I think it can often be overwhelming with all the Pinterest pages and ideas being thrown out, so you really have to know what you and your fiancé’s style is before diving too deep. We are definitely more classic and traditional.”
We love this wedding because it reminds us to not let a little storm cloud or the other small details rain on your parade. At the end of the day, you are marrying the person you love and are surrounded by the people that care about you the most. Congratulations Jason and Ingrid!
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