To celebrate their second wedding anniversary, Alex and Natasha wore their wedding outfits and frolicked amongst the cherry blossoms in Washington.
What has been the biggest challenge you’ve had to overcome together?
Covid has placed some pretty significant challenges in our path. During Covid, Natasha was sent to Seattle to help with struggling dialysis centers that needed her—leaving just a week before our son Ashton’s 14th birthday. This left Alex to care for our son alone, something she had never done. All while also working in the hospital herself. We were apart for four months, and Natasha didn’t get to leave the assignment until the week before the wedding. This left all the planning, dressmaking, and fine-tuning we had to do over FaceTime and phone calls.
Tell us your favorite thing about one another.
Natasha– Oh my goodness! I truly love everything about this woman. But most of all? I’d have to say her heart. She has such a genuinely good heart and a caring soul.
Alex– I love everything from her giggles and humor to her kindness and loyalty. I love how much she genuinely cares about her patients and their well-being. How passionate she is about her career. I love so many things about this woman that are indescribable. She is a girly twin flame and soul mate. The day I met her, I knew that there was no one else in the world like her. She woke every vessel in my body.
Photography by Til Death Media