When I first met Laura in a coffee shop several months ago little did we knew that we'd encounter big difficulties regarding her wedding. This pandemic, the priest in Chihuahua who canceled the wedding, the going and coming to Chihuahua, the call three days before the wedding to let me know that it wouldn't happen there anymore, my argument with VIVA AEROBUS on the phone because of the unexpected change in my flight schedule, plus all the changes they had to go through themselves. Getting married means taking life as it comes and overcoming those situations, as a team, as a couple, as two people that love and support each other, and adapting to this journey called life that presents changes all the time. Laura and Armando had their first lesson even before the wedding, but they managed to adapt elegantly and have their wedding with a small loved group of people, with the same love and excitement they would have had if nothing had changed.
I am honored to have met you guys and tremendously grateful that you value and appreciate my work the way you do, because there isn't greater satisfaction in what I do than knowing that my work touches and lifts your hearts.
May your life be full of blessings, and may you always face trouble they way you did in your wedding, KINGS.