“It wasn’t the wedding we planned, but it was everything I wanted and more!”

Seth and Machi were originally supposed to get married in downtown St. Petersburg in front of ALL their family and friends. Unfortunately, Covid-19 disrupted that. With Machi working in healthcare and a cross-country move happening in the upcoming months, it just didn’t seem like a larger wedding was in the cards. So, they gathered their closest family members and had a small, private ceremony at their original venue, The Museum of Fine Arts, instead.

“It was amazing,” Machi told their photographer, Ashley Izquierdo. “Words can’t describe how grateful we are that you came to capture our day today. It was magical and I’m still on cloud nine. It wasn’t the wedding we planned but it was honestly everything I wanted and more!!

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With so many couples having to postpone or reimagine how their big day is going to look, weddings such as these are a great example of how plans may change, but they can turn out better than you had ever imagined. For help on how to rethink your wedding in light of current events, we invite you to read the resources we’ve put together for couples trying to figure out what to do, below.

And to all couples getting married this year and beyond, your wedding day will be beautiful and magical and special because it’s about the TWO of you. Nothing can change that.

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Floral Designer: Izas Flowers Inc.//Event Venue: Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL//Photographer: Ashley Izquierdo//

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