Couples who kava together, stay together 💒
We've been married for about 3 months now, and I'd marry him again in a heartbeat 🥺💕
Instead of spending extra time on photoshoots and small talk on our wedding day, we chose to dedicate time to sharing personal vows privately before our wedding ceremony (where we then exchanged traditional vows) because we wanted to treasure our first looks and first moments intimately, and together.
I love to re-read his vows because it grounds me. Our first date was so inexplicably relaxing and comfortable... I knew that day I wanted to marry him. We threw caution to the wind, moved in together immediately and adopted Honey in the first few months of being together.
So when he told our story so beautifully in his vows, I felt the same exact way I felt on that first date.
It reminded me of the countless choices we made together, knowing full well both of us could do anything we wanted separately, but we kept always choosing each other.
It all started at a little kava bar 🥥
When our nervous systems are deregulated from being too wound up or exposed to too much other energy, we always ground back in together by making yummy potions for each other.
We act as each other's oasis in the desert 🏜️
So if I had any advice to give on finding the right person (whether that's marriage, friendship, business, or any other collaboration) it'd be this:
God (the universe, your higher power) will deliver what you ask for, and it's up to YOU to both recognize it AND to not f* it up. That means that attracting your other half is only step one. Nurturing them is a lifetime activity.
And in the context of marriage especially, I will say, alcohol destroys many lives but I've never heard of kava doing the same...
So if your person doesn't want to go to a kava bar (or your favorite non alcoholic spot) with you... Double check their priorities and see if it's really in alignment (only you will know!)
Swipe to read his personal vows 💗
I love you forever @t_ray_castiway 🥰
📸 by @creativeedgephotographyaz