Ya know, we may not be able to be together in the same physical location right now, but that doesn’t mean the wedding industry stops. I’m getting so excited when I see vendors using this unprecedented down time to get creative so hats off and standing ovations to Lisa and Neil of Him and Her Wedding Photography for this out-of-the-box thinking!
With no weddings to photograph right now, they wanted to keep their creativity going, and so decided to create a Sims wedding for them to ‘photograph’ at home. They even made up a wedding story for their Sims, Emily and Luke.
“Emily and Luke were married at Magnolia Blossom Park on Saturday 4th April 2020. Their wedding budget was §100,000 simoleans. Emily wore an off white, slightly green wedding dress she picked out whilst she had a fashion influencer career (though the slightly green wedding dress thing never took off). Luke wore a traditional wedding suit but after he went for a swim in the evening, he changed into a cardigan. We’re not sure why he did this.”
“Luke quickly made the cake the morning of the wedding day, Emily was very impressed. Unfortunately, neither of them had a baking level high enough to make a tiered cake. They probably should have practised or taken some baking lessons before deciding to do it themselves.”
“Their photographers stole chalkboards from the local cafe to use as their wedding signage. They even had a pool fitted in the back garden especially for the occasion. However they wish they had put a sign up to tell guests to remain seated at all times. They were very rude and one even got up half way through to make themselves a sandwich. We weren’t offered a sandwich.”
So this is a little bit silly, but we have to find the fun wherever we can right now, agreed? Maybeeeee if your wedding has been postponed you could have your own Sims wedding on what would have been your wedding date instead?