I tell you about love. I talk to you.
If you are a surgeon's scalpel, I’m flesh that it cuts through.
If you are a process, I am dynamics.
If you are a color, I am a shade.
If you are “to love,” I am “to die of tenderness.”
When I slightly fear the darkness, you are the adult who turns on the light in the room and shows that there are no monsters under the bed.
When you are a prayer, I am a crowd of worshippers who offers it passionately up to Heaven.
You and me filter, films with open endings, intuition in the darkness – not to stumble or fall, always to find each other unconsciously, whether in a stranger house or another life.
And nothing else exists.
I exist because you exist and vice versa.
I tell you about love. I say these words to you from yesterday, to you from today ,and please, take them to the tomorrow.
How did you meet each other?
We met each other eight years ago, when we were 16. The band A-Studio was singing some love song on stage in City Day. That day our relationship started.
Tell us about your engagement.
Sergey proposed to me on our 7th anniversary. As ill luck would have it, I’d gotten a fever the evening before. The day went marvelously: I spent 80% of the time in bed. But Sergey decided to follow his plan. He gave me a book. All the pages had been cut out so he could place the engagement ring inside. Well, I thanked him, as you would think, I, mull things over, after all. But he asked again; there were tears and tears, well, you understand, don’t you?
Please, tell me how you chose your wedding dress, evening suit-dress, and morning garments.
I bought my wedding dress six days after the proposal. It’s a white dress with a train by Pronovias. I bought it a year before the wedding not because I wanted to be on the safe side, but because, as my friend always jokes, I knew what I wanted. I just loved this incredible skirt; it seemed to me that everything that I didn’t like wedding dresses before was combined so beautifully in this dress. I wanted a veil and sash. Exactly what I didn’t want a year ago. I am a “give me those pants to try on” kind of girl; I don’t like dresses. But I realized this was exactly what I wanted, as it suited the theme of wedding perfectly. My final or, more precisely, the beginning garment was a bodysuit and a dressing-gown. I didn’t even try to look for something in shops, because our story was unique and there was no place for lacy boudoir dresses and erotic underwear. And the bird embroidered on the back reminded us of the atmosphere and style of the wedding.
Tell us about the style of the wedding day, about your bouquet, floristics, decorations, and other elements.
The whole concept of the wedding was offered to us by our decorator. Using details and nuances, she told us about ourselves. We didn’t follow any trends – we were looking for something of our own.
The custom print in chinoiserie style, which was created by Yulya, an artist from Perm, expressed this day. Watercolor birds obtained new forms in wedding desserts, invitations, table appointments and on my bodysuit.
Tell us about the place you chose for the wedding ceremony, why did you choose it and what do you like about it the most?
Our wedding place was chosen not by accident. One of the main criteria that we wanted to stay at the same location at which the ceremony would be held so that we didn’t have to rush or travel on our wedding day. Also, there was a room that suited the color of my dressing-gown perfectly; what else can a girl dream about? Sea and a long-long empty beach.
Which impressions, emotions, and memories were the most bright and vivid?
It’s impossible to tell, which moments of this day were the happiest. The only thing I want to advise, always make sure that you have time to dance, have fun, hug, and take photos. Even if it seems that there will be plenty of time – those are our basic demands. Don’t be shy and remember that your emotions create this day.
Give top 10 tips for couples who plan to get married.
Always, always listen to your heart.
Don’t let negative emotions take over your mind.
Give as much attention as you can to your guests.
Take all the important decisions before you start wedding preparations: whether or not you take your husband’s last name, how long you’re going to celebrate the wedding – for one day or a week.
Don’t take any advice from your mom or friends when you choose the dress. Rely on your own taste – you’re the bride, you know best.
Look for photographer, videographer, and decorator well before the wedding.
Please, don’t torture the photographer asking him questions like “When will my photos be ready? I’ve waited for three days already!” – It does not work.
Always work with contracts; it will help to avoid many problems.
Look for like-minded people; rescind agreements if one night while lying in bed you realized that it’s not going where you want it to. But do it politely and, please, in advance.
Love each other and be endlessly happy.