Soren is my car. But he’s not just any car. He is the only car I have ever owned, the car my parents and uncle bought me when I was only 16. For me, Soren is the epitome of carness – he is what cars should be. I drive him like a bus driver and I know exactly where his edges are. There is no other place on earth that I have been with longer (I typed that not being sure that it’s true – but yes, it is! I lived in my first house for 9 years, the next one for another 9 and have been moving every few years since then.) I have driven Soren for 11 years now.
I really liked Capitol Hill Baptist Church. It was pretty big, but they had giant sliding wooden walls (on right) that separated different sections, giving a large church a more humble feel. Plus, there was a great balcony to get in to take all kinds of photos from all kinds of angles.
Plus, I’m a real sucker for broken symmetry, so I loved the backdrop these wooden walls provided.
I loved how Jimin and Teddy incorporated their families into the ceremony. There was a specific point for the parents of each to come up and hug their children. It was a lovely moment.