These past few months have been busy here at Sara Zarrella Photography, as we begin to capture the smaller intimate wedding days our couples have been planning. Our couples are incredibly adaptable! #LOVEWINS We are SO excited to be sharing Chris and Sara’s Gerald’s Farm Minimony with you today! Sara and Chris wanted to get married this year – no matter what it took. We all referred to their Minimony planning as “Operation Get Married”! It might sound silly, but it helped us focus on what matters most: LOVE.
Sara and Chris decided on a Gerald’s Farm Minimony. Because of the event limits, minimonies have become a great option! We were able to plan a small event with their family, complete with a first look and gorgeous sunset portraits. Sara and Chris, we are just so happy that your wedding day was able to happen and that you’re officially married!!! Your Minimony was stunning and we can’t wait to see your vow renewal next year!
Gerald’s Farm Minimony
If this pandemic has messed with your wedding plans, it’s time to consider a Gerald’s Farm Minimony! A minimony is a mini ceremony for you and your closest loved ones. This small, intimate ceremony is the perfect low-key way to celebrate your original wedding day and officially tie the knot! Gerald’s Farm is a gorgeous, and provides a natural location with lots of space to spread out for your big day.
A Tip for Our Couples…
One of our favorite things about Chris and Sara’s Minimony is that it was just the beginning of the newest chapter of their lives. On their one year anniversary next year, they’ll be hosting a big vow renewal with their loved ones. They still get to have a great celebration like they wanted this year and how sweet that it will be a vow renewal, too! We loved this idea so much that we wanted to share it with you!! If you’re having a smaller, downsized event this year, turn your one year anniversary into a celebration and vow renewal.
Venue: Gerald’s Farm
Wedding Dress: Pronovias