Maggie and David were married on a beautiful summer's day in California. Like brides and grooms around the world, their wedding day was the happiest day of their lives. You can see from their beaming faces! !
For both bride and groom, care for gender equality, and caring for the environment are hugely important. Maggie is a social worker and David works for Greenpeace. Caring for the natural world and people are at the heart of what they believe in and do. Their outdoor natural wedding reflects their caring nature.
Both bride and groom started their day getting ready. Dressing and preparing for their wedding day ahead.
Equality and openness are important to both Maggie and David. So they both wore flower wrists to show their equality in marriage.
As people started arriving, the groomsmen were getting ready and still managed to have fun, despite any pre-wedding jitters.
The natural setting for the wedding ceremony and reception was perfect for David and Maggie. Being nestled away in the countryside gave their day a magical quality.
Under the bough of a beautiful old tree, surrounded by nature and without shoes (for most of the day), Maggie and David came together with each other and the natural world.
After months of preparation, surrounded by friends & family and in a wonderful setting. David and Maggie were married.
It's then time to celebrate with family and friends as they congratulate the couple, before the manage to make a quick escape!
After the wedding under the bough of a tree, it was time for a reception under the canopy of crystal sunlight then a sky studded with pin prick stars.