This same-sex elopement from Love to the Core, makes our hearts happy! Corinne shares more: “In February it is very cold in Maryland so an indoor venue is what we considered when planning the session. Church and Company’s Branch No. 3 is an old library recently converted into an event space, with beautiful details paired with airy natural light. It was a perfect fit. The venue’s large green plants fit Karyn’s calm nature. Their vintage motor bikes fit Kat’s wild heart. With all of my couples I ask them to fill out a questionnaire separately about each other without knowing what the other said until the day of our meeting. It creates really beautiful reactions and brings a personal touch to those who are involved making the day more about the couple’s love. Karyn and Kat are both in the military so they have much to look forward to after they get out. One of the questions on the questionnaire states what they envision their new future together. Kat answered: “I’m looking forward to everything!! I can’t wait to buy a home together, to cook dinners and try random Pinterest DIY projects, and to decorate it to make it “ours.” I’m extremely excited to have little mixed babies crawling around our home. Karyn is absolutely amazing with kids, and I know she’s going to be the best mama! I can’t wait to buy ponies so our kids can learn Western and run those ponies all over the place (she wants them to learn English but it isn’t going to happen)! I also might just buy a mini three-wheeler so they can speed around outside and worry the crap out of Karyn.. (I’d obviously never let anything happen to them). You know, I really can’t wait to see the next chapter, after we both get out of the military. Karyn wants to be an elementary school teacher and I can’t wait to watch her interact and influence knowledge in a younger generation. She has a way with kids, and it’s beautiful to watch. In all, I look forward to every.. single.. beautiful moment with my new wife. I couldn’t ask for a better best friend, a better partner.. or a better human being to spend my life with. And, I want to tell her thank you.. For loving me, for making me better, for having patience, and for saying yes.” Reading their answers to them on their wedding day was an honor to witness and reminds me that I love what I do and what I create for people in love is important.”
Same-Sex Elopement Vendors
Photographer: Love to the Core
Venue: Church & Company
Florist: Steelcut Flower Co.
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