Jessie and Mike’s wedding at the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia definitely piqued my curiosity. As wedding professionals, we love when couples find ways to put their own flavor and spin on traditions – it keeps things interesting.
A “chemistry” wedding of course begs for a cliche analogy to the romantic chemistry between the bride and groom. But Jessie and Mike are not ones for cliches, so we had to dig a little deeper. Like, subatomic deep.
One of the most interesting things about the way certain particles interact involves what Einstein called “spooky action at a distance” – otherwise known as quantum entanglement. In short, when two particles become entangled, each of their states become dependent on the other. Even when separated. The mystery as to how this occurs has a definite romantic appeal, don’t you think?
Jessie and Mike now share a similar bond; their lives are entangled and we cannot consider one without the other.