wedding. Wednesday , October 25th , 2017 - 14:55:34 PM
So are we going into marriage totally blindfolded? In many ways it looks like that. A recent survey at Clark University Poll of Emerging Adults, found that 86 percent of people single and married aged 18 to 29 expected their marriages to last a lifetime! Compare that with the divorce figure. It is obvious we still live in this unreal world. An old Catholic priest told me these words of truth:" Love makes you blind, but marriage is an eye-opener"! I have known of couples who were so busy being in a loving relationship and planning to get married, that they forgot to talk about how they looked upon life if they were to go through it together! They totally forgot to include plans about their future family. So if that was you, most likely you got an eye-opener after you had been married for a while.
If you are convinced to choose a particular photographer, it may be that it "clicks" no. There are plenty of other photographers. Look for someone whose style and approach best suits you and is equally keen to create memorable wedding through photos.
Unlike the requirements of the Roman Catholic Church, marriage preparation courses and individual counseling can help. You will be encouraged to take time to prepare yourselves.
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