December 29, 2010

"no paper love"

The last event for this year is done. We have hosted a nice and cosy wedding in the Fishbowl. Nothing spectacular, rather spontaneous and on a very short notice. There are probably a million reasons and even more ways, about why and how people decide to get married. This was a couple of many years, having three amazing girls already, and very open eyes for each other. Sitting at the table with them and their families, made me feel strongly that they have traveled many roads together and that becoming husband and wife was one natural thing for them to do. Something far beyond roses, rituals and some blurry romantic stuff.

The thing that impressed me the most about that wedding; groom and bride were not wearing expensive jewelery, but little yellow paper rings, made by their girls. They have been not as amazing as the piece above, simply some cut out paper and bit glue, not even properly fitting, and for the first second, I was thinking "well...", but what stronger symbol can there be than wedding rings created by your own children.

1 comment:

  1. It sounds like a beautiful "event". It seems they gave it a lot of thoughts, but in a good way!