I’ve written and rewritten this post a few times now. I’m not sure what to say, or how to say it.
I want to talk about Zac and Devina. I want to talk about their Bahai Faith and the people they are surrounded by. I want to talk about their Byron Bay upbringing, their beaches and forests. I want to talk about their family and how they book me as a photographer, yet are more worried about me enjoying their wedding. There are so many things I want to talk about, but I don’t know how. My writing isn’t good enough and I hate that.
My photos will tell you about Zac and Devina, so let me tell you about the most simple thing of this wedding; Their faith and how it applies to a wedding.
There are no traditions. There are no certainties during the ceremony. There are no superstitions or things that “must” be done.
They ask themselves one question, “What do I want to do?”. And they do that.
This is Zac and Devina, from Byron Bay and their Bahai wedding.
And this is what they wanted to do.
Audio: Incompetech.com – Trio