Marriage is many things. It is comfort, it is sharing, it is compromise and understanding. Warm, joyful and even a little bit testing at times. Maybe even daily? She says winking. I think recognizing all of the hard parts alongside benefits is always healthy, so long as you use that as a tool in the learning process. But focusing on the positive is perhaps the greatest tool we possess in cultivating valuable relationships. Reason number one that I was so happy to document this married pair as they simply carved out time to focus on who they are today, together - on camera.
We bounced around Stone Mountain park, close to where Taylor and Kurt both grew up (the are high school sweethearts!) and I snapped away as the two shared jokes and sweet kisses. The ease in which they fall into one another in laughter and embrace speaks volumes, so fun to see.
A word from Taylor (wedding planner extraordinaire!) : "Marriage and growth between a husband and wife is something I believe should be celebrated both often and well. While we may still be considered "newlyweds" after two and a half short years of marriage, I love to look back at photos together and reminisce on the changes and development in our relationship since our wedding day. Capturing each season together creates tangible memories for us as a couple and we value that as a token of sharing and reflection. Enriching our marriage by spending quality time together truly is my greatest joy and I love to build him up and encourage him in every day life. "