“Between the two of us, Del and I represent a plethora of races, nationalities, and religions,” notes Olivia of @ralliernyc. “Of course we understand the diversity of our histories but, to us, the bridges between them are more meaningful than any one on its own. We wanted our wedding ceremony to be one where all of our guests (who were as diverse as we are) felt equally included. One of my closest friends, Sasha, chose the most perfect reading, which she read with Del’s brother. It is called ‘A Blessing for The Journey’ by Wendy Egyoku Nakao and one of my favorite lines was: ‘Embracing our differences, we shall know each other as ourselves.'” | #Regram: @overthemoon : @megsmithphotography
brides (BRIDES Magazine) shared and selected for Lifestyle.