Gay Wedding Photography Indianapolis
Taking photographs of love is one of the things I love. The little moments. Moments in-between. Moments of surprise and awe. Moments of pride. Moments of love and acceptance. For many, the ability to get married is something taken for granted. But for same sex marriages, having your love recognized by the law is a powerful and emotion-filled moment.
These husbands chose a traditional chapel ceremony. If you’re looking for a gay wedding photography vendor, or other vendors such as a religious venue, look for the Human Rights Campaign’s blue and yellow equal sign logo on the vendor website. Some sites display a rainbow flag. That’s a great way to know before you call when booking.You want to be sure you are in good hands with your wedding vendors so finding professionals that you are comfortable with is key.
Shake off Traditions, if you want
These husbands also made their own rules. Shake off the idea of one person walking down the aisle while the other waits at the end. Walk down the aisle together Or, dance down the aisle. 😉
What to Wear
When it comes to what to wear for your same-sex wedding, there are no rules. Whether you are on the hunt for two tuxes or wedding dresses or none, the most important thing is for you to feel comfortable and beautiful. Some couples like to coordinate their attire even if they don’t see the other’s before the wedding. This could mean coordinating ties, dress styles, color schemes or lengths. Like all couples, you will want to start shopping early. This is especially true for woman who opt out of wearing a dress because sometimes the perfect outfit can be hard to find in stores. If you aren’t seeing anything you love, consider getting your ensemble custom-made or tailored.
What a privilege it’s been to capture all kinds of love.
Happy Valentines Day everyone!