Hunte’s Gardens Micro Wedding in Barbados
I want to stop for a second, and recognize what’s happening in our world. COVID-19 has taken over, and we all have to suddenly learn how to live with this. Travel has come to a screeching halt, people are suddenly weary of each other, and touch is no longer a sign of love. On the contrary, not coming in contact with people we love is now a sign of showing how much we care. It has turned things upside down. Weddings have been drastically scaled down, and now the norm is a guest count of less than 50, such as this Hunte’s Gardens Micro Wedding in Barbados.
At heart of it, however, in some strange way, life must still go on. Weddings are changing, but the reason why people have decided to get married stays the same – love.
COVID-19 has made us strip away all of things that just aren’t necessary. Is it really that important to have monogrammed napkins? Is it really that necessary to have 500 guests?
Rebecca and Kahlil travelled home to Barbados to get married in front of their most important guests – their immediate family. Did they want more? Perhaps. Did they need more? Definitely not.
I know the urge is to wait until things are back to normal, but what will that look like, and when? Every day things are changing, and planning for a big wedding may not happen. But does that mean that you can’t get married? Absolutely not. Choose a gorgeous venue like Hunte’s Gardens and surprise yourselves.
All you need for your wedding is you, your partner, someone to marry you, and of course, me to document it 🙂