The 2020s are off to a rough start which has put quite the damper on many people’s wedding plans. But fortunately, love conquers all. And plenty of couples came up with creative ways to get around these issues to celebrate their wedding day with plenty of joy and fun.
Take Justice and Adam for instance. This couple of five years got married at a courthouse during the height of the pandemic. While this was an accessible option for our couple, they still wanted a bigger get-together for their friends and family. So Justice and Adam decided on a recommitment ceremony.
Think of a recommitment ceremony as an addendum wedding day that lets you get married in the moment, while also getting the party you want as well. These kinds of ceremonies are growing in popularity lately—for obvious reasons—but also are viable options for anyone at any time. It’s all about adaptability and celebrating your love however you choose.
Justice and Adam’s recommitment ceremony was officiated by Justice’s sister, who invited the couple to share their “mushy-gushy personal vows” in front of their closest friends and family. Afterward, the couple and guests enjoyed a lovely Mexican food dinner overlooking the rolling hills of Mount Hamilton in San Jose, CA. They even enjoyed their first dance in this beautiful, rustic barn surrounded by adoring faces.
Yes, love always finds a way.
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