Forever. It’s a big, unfathomable word for we human beings. We measure our existence in weeks, months, maybe think as far ahead as a year. But then there’s this one day in your life, your wedding day, when you think about forever. You look into the eyes of the person you love and promise it.
I sometimes wonder how many couples really understand the meaning of the words they say during their wedding ceremony. In the first flush of love, it’s easier to think of health than of sickness, of better than for worse. But as Tina and Chase spoke their vows, it was clear that this was a couple who thought a lot about the significance of forever and what it meant to have intertwined paths and destinies. Tina and Chase stood on a cliff in Newport, at the edge of the world, in front of an endless ocean, and pledged forever to each other. They spoke it with conviction, with certainty and with reverence. After all, forever doesn’t come around often.
There are beautiful views, and then there are Newport views. OceanCliff’s view did not disappoint, and neither did the rest of the beautiful property and grounds. You don’t have to do much to make a wedding look spectacular in a setting like OceanCliff. A truly inspiring place for us to film. We also had the pleasure of working with two of our favorite vendors– first, the the talented photographer Ashley Stelzer was, as always, a wonderful collaborator. Check out her sneak peek of Tina and Chase here.
Second was getting the chance to work with Boston Common Band again. It’s been a while since we worked a wedding with these guys and we had almost forgotten just how mind-blowingly good they are. Really, they are on another level. So talented, such incredible performers, such professionals. And their light show…. oh, their light show makes our little hearts flutter.
Tina and Chase, we wish you the best for your forever together!