When I was a younger person imagining my possible future wedding, there were two essential components that never changed: One, it would be outside (check), and two, everyone involved would wear whatever it was that made them feel beautiful and/or happy (also check).
I feel so lucky that I did actually get to co-create that experience at my actual wedding — thank you, Sam! With as much focus as there is on clothing at weddings (aside from, you know, the actual ritual and celebration itself), I really wanted it to be a space where people, including me, could experiment at least a wee bit with the concept of ceremonial attire.
Sometimes I go to workshops that end with some sort of performance or ritual in which we’re encouraged to do that — wear whatever it is that feels sacred and powerful and expressive of your personal light in that particular moment. I love those occasions so much. And I so wish that was welcomed more in the rest of life.
Well, I try to take advantage of the opportunity when it comes around.
If I thought of my body like this all the time, there would be no fucking problem.
I love this pick soul sister…. your hair is SO cute…. you’re beautiful
Oh thank you Sandy!! Can’t wait to see you!
Thank you so much, dear soul sister! Soon to sing with you in person!!