This week we are talking about the photos. What is your wedding photography style?
Do you like light and bright or darker and dramatic? Do you like a perfectly posed image or something with a little more movement? There’s no right or wrong answer but the answers will help you find the wedding photographer with the right portfolio for you.
Have you ever wondered how to choose your wedding photographer? London, Ontario Wedding Photographer Rebecca Nash is here to walk you through the four most important parts of choosing the wedding photographer who is the best fit for you!
This weekend was one of our crazy busiest weekends of the year as we spent the weekend meeting amazing brides, catching up with awesome wedding vendors, and just generally having an awesome time at the London Bridal Expo.
Thank you to all the brides, grooms, moms, bridesmaids, friends, and wedding professionals who stopped by to say hello.
Congrats to Angela B who won a portrait session and 16"x24" Gallery Wrap!
2018 is looking like an amazing year of working with couples who overflow with love as they celebrate their weddings, helping business babes rock their personal brand, and celebrating with women who are ready to see themselves differently while sharing their stories of beauty and strength in the Beauty Is Project.
Tell us How you first met? Who What when where why? Give us the dirty details.
Geraldina: Funny enough, we met January 2, 2015, on the Plenty of Fish website. We decided to go for appetizers and a drink at the Oar House in London. It was snowing and the roads were very slippery. Our waitress continued to get our drinks wrong; so we cut our losses and left. We ended up spending the evening at Mike's house. Because we didn't have anything to eat at the bar, Mike prepared a few finger foods. What endeared him to me that night was when I took a bit out of my piece of Kielbasa and put the rest on my plate. He assumed I didn't want it and ate it!!! We continue to have laughs over that. The first thing I noticed about Mike at the bar were his eyes; bright, expressive and beautiful.
Mike: The first night I met Geraldina she looked like she was glowing orange, and she was absolutely beautiful! The waitress kept giving us the wrong drinks so we went to my place and we had a snack, where the infamous keilbasa incident took place. Geraldina was very warm, kind, and funny, and her eyes were sparkling and beautiful! We instantly connected and that connection has been getting deeper and stronger ever since.
When did you know he/she was the one? Was there something he/she did?, etc.
Mike: It became clear to me that Geraldina was the one after about a year of being together. I decided to wait until approximately the two year mark to propose to her, because I've always had the idea that two years was the right time. The reason I knew Geraldina was the one is that she did many very caring things for me. For example, one morning I came home from the gym and she had made me two great big bacon, lettuce, tomato, and egg sandwiches on bagels for breakfast, yummy and what a treat! Geraldina has done so many nice and thoughtful things for me over our time together that I've lost track of a lot of it, but it's been a lot, and every day she does something really nice for me. Geraldina spoils me rotten and I don't know what I did to deserve a woman as amazing as her!
Geraldina : I knew Mike was the one pretty much early on. He was always kind and gentle and protective of me. The one thing I hesitated about was our age difference. But over time, I realized we had a lot in common eand our personalities meshed in a good way. We make each other laugh. I was going through a difficult time career-wise at that point and Mike was there to support me and encourage me. And I couldn't have asked for a better man for that.
Tell us the one thing you love most about each other.
Mike: That's a tough one because I love so many things about Geraldina. She's funny, smart, beautiful, a hard worker, sexy. If I had to pick just one thing that I love about Geraldina it's that she always supports me and makes me feel strong again when I'm feeling weak. She has kept me together mentally during some challenging times. She is very sweet and supportive in so many ways.
Geraldina : I don't know where to begin. There are so many things I love about Mike. He is kind, gentle, funny, supportive, extremely intelligent and a great sounding board. We work well together around the house doing tasks even though I'm a bit of a type A personality. He is understanding and non-judgemental. And he eats all the food I make him; except mashed banana pancakes.
If you feel comfortable, share with us something silly or quirky the other person does.
Mike: Silly and quirky about Geraldina is she always throws garbage into the kitchen sink! I don't get it, because the garbage pail is right there and if the garbage went into the garbage pail it would only have to be handled one time instead of twice. It's ok, I love her with all my heart :-)
Geraldina : Mike has a few quirks I'd love to share. First of all he goes by the puesdo nom Louie Grenouille when a telemarketer calls or with people he doesn't really want to talk to. He also has a story about someone called Moonette and I won't get into the details because it's very very very long. Plus, he always wants to wear the same t-shirt and shorts. He tried to get away with out at the wedding but I didn't let him. The last thing he does is every time he or I park the car in the driveway he always make sure that it is evenly centered in the driveway. Yep, I love him anyway!
Tell us about the proposal. (Did you see it coming, how long was it in the planing?, how did you feel? nervous, excited, freaking out?)
Mike: I began thinking about proposing to Geraldina about one year before I did it. In November 2016 I asked permission from Adolfo and Maria Meriano. They said I could marry their daughter as long as she wants to. Leslie helped me pick out a ring for Geraldina, but it wasn't hard, her ring jumped right out at me and I knew it was the right one for her. On December 20, 2016 Geraldina and I decided to open our Christmas gifts to each other a few days early. I put the box containing the ring into a bigger box and wrapped them both. She said she thought it was a "fitbit" but when she got to the smaller box she thought it was diamond earrings. She cried when she opened the box and saw what it was. Geraldina is so sweet. I was filming the proposal on the ipad and she didn't suspect why I was doing that haha! I felt nervous in proposing to Geraldina because when she opened the box she looked down at the ring, began to cry and looked back up at me. I didn't know if that meant she was going to say no. I figured, just keep going forward with the plan and see what happens. She said yes, making me the luckiest guy on the planet!
Geraldina : I'm usually a perceptive person and can catch on to things quickly. But I had no idea he was going to propose to me even with all the clues he gave. First of all he wanted to video tape me opening the gift and I didn't even think about it. Secondly, he usually gives me a pretty inappropriate card for the holidays and last year he gave me this beautiful Christmas card about love being together as a couple. And he's right I thought it was a Fitbit or diamond earrings. I was totally caught off guard. But it was a beautiful moment!
Besides getting married - what’s the one thing you are looking forward to on your wedding day?
I believe for both of us it was actually having the ceremony and declaring our union to one another. As well, spending the day with our family and friends. It was truly a memorable day!
What inspired your décor or theme?
We chose to incorporate some of our favorite things. Because Mike is a chemist for our flower arrangements we used all types of beakers. For the table numbers and seating we use pictures of Simon our cat with numbers beside him. He did not enjoy the experience! We used Gerber Daisies for the arrangements as they are my favorite flower. As well, on our desserts we had the chef at the golf course make the capital K for our last name. As well, for our reunion dance we chose C is for cookie from Sesame Street as it is one of Mike's favorite songs. I had the musicians at the church sing Can't Stop Loving You by Van Halen as that is Mike's favorite band.
London Wedding Photographer - Rebecca Nash Photography Ceremony Venue - St. Michael 's Parish, London, Ontario Reception Venue - Riverbend Golf Club, London, Ontario London Florist - Jim Anderson Flowers Cake Bakery - Melrose Bakery, London, Ontario Bridal Shop - David's Bridal DJ - Music Central, London, Ontario
In October of 2016 I decided to make a radical change. I went from something close to my natural hair colour to...purple hair. And when I say purple, I mean purple!
I have done a number of different hair colours throughout my life ranging from a light blonde to an almost black with a whole lot of blondes, browns and reds in between. I enjoy changing it up from time to time. But this, this crazy bright purple. It was different.
I had been thinking about purple for more than two years (ever since I first saw Jewels Grey on Creative Live and then met her at Shutterfest - that woman is seriously awesome) but just never had the courage to commit to it 100% and follow through. What if it didn't look good? What if clients didn't trust me anymore? What if people looked at me differently?
So what finally pushed me to get it done? I was going in to get my hair done for my wedding anniversary (at my husbands suggestion and offer to pay for it too - talk about bonus points) so I asked him what he thought I should do - blonde, red or purple. He (being the honest and blunt man he is) turned around and said 'well, we both know you're too chicken to do the purple so whichever one of the other two you like'.
In that moment my brain only registered one thing...
You are probably thinking - whats the big deal? So you changed your hair colour. Here's the big deal, for the first 31 years of my life one of my most used skills in my day to day life is to blend into the background and be invisible whenever I can. Don't get me wrong, I have stepped on stage in front of 500 photographers including some of my mentors and spoken, I have performed in plays and concerts, and on a wedding day just try to get me to stop directing the family members during portraits BUT outside of those times when I choose to step forward to be seen, I enjoy blending into the background.
Now, as I stepped into my day job, my business and my community I definately stood out. For more than 6 months, I never stepped into a room and blended in. People stopped me on the street. People did a double talk as I walked by. Whether I wanted them to or not, people noticed me everywhere I went.
It was an eye opening experience and I learned a lot of lessons along the way.
So many people see a list of things I have accomplished and thing I am strong and brave. They even go so far as so call me superwoman.
Now, I truly believe that each and every woman has a strength and beauty that makes her a Superwoman in her own right, but, I am still working on knowing and loving my own internal Superwoman.
Brave is not a word I would use to describe myself. I am scared of rejection. I am scared of failure. I am scared of my own shadow half of the time. In the past Brave would not have been anywhere on my list of words to describe myself but, it's time for change.
This past year I have stepped out of the shadows and been brave. Brave enough to be noticed and unable to hide when I changed my hair from my natural colour to a bright purple. Brave enough to launch a new line of services I hold close to my heart that I hoped others would love as much. Brave enough to reach out to the media to help share the news of my new portraits and even appearing on live TV. Brave enough to book my own portrait session, flaws and all, to celebrate who I am.
"The Brave May Not Live Forever,
But the Cautious Do Not Live At All"
- Meg Cabot
The have been highs and lows for our family. There have been eye opening discussions, massive amounts of self reflection, and experiences that have changed the way we look at our lives.
Never, in my life or marriage, has this statement rang more true for me or inspired me to prioritize my relationships even more than it does now.
A marriage is about give an take.
A marriage is about supporting each other.
A marriage is about expressing your needs but also looking past them to see the needs of the other person.
A marriage is an investment of time, words, actions, and love that you contribute to every single day for the rest of your life.
I am blessed to be walking this road with an amazing husband at my side. He is strong for me when I feel weak but he let's me the strong one too when he needs it.
I'm thrilled and honoured to have been featured this week on the website "The Gem" by Allyn Lewis. The gem is a great place for business owners to connect and learn but what I love most is the open conversation of mental health as it relates to our business and lives.
You may not see it, but everything you do – from the way you run your business to how you interact with your clients – stems from your story and what you’ve been through. One of the first exercises I walk my clients through (in fact, Rebecca was the very first person I walked through this process!) is determining the theme of their business in one word. Most of the time, people have no idea what this is, and I can often see it before they do. For Rebecca, her standout superpower is support. It’s not that she’s supportive because she’s a nice person (which is totally true), she’s supportive because of her story.
From suffering from mental illness and spending four years raising her daughter as a single mom to managing three learning disabilities and a full time job while running a business (Rebecca Nash Photography), this Gem has seen the contrast between having and not having support. And because of that, she knows how powerful it is to be there. She shows up for everyone in her life in to the fullest capacity, which is why I am so honored to share her story with you! This interview will leave you inspired to conquer any struggles you’re facing and proves that you can still show up for others no matter what you’re going through.
During the day you teach kindergarten. How do you possibly find time to keep up with photography? Share your secrets!
As with most things in life, it’s not always easy. Our schedules are often jam packed and even a day that has nothing planned becomes a full day. I don’t find the time for my photography. I make the time for my photography because I love it. It fulfills me.
In the end, I schedule everything – my time with my family, my time for my business, and my time for myself too.
On top of scheduling everything, I find ways to simplify and automate the tasks I can so that I can give my personal time and attention to my clients and the tasks that needs me most. One of the biggest time savers of all – email templates for all my standard emails (ie. first inquiry, how to prepare for your session, session confirmations) that include all the most important information and frequently asked questions. It takes only a moment or two to personalize these but makes sure each and every client (and fellow vendor) gets all the info, links, and resources they need quickly and efficiently.
The morning started so warm bright and beautiful that it was hard to believe that it was the middle of October here in London, Ontario. It was the perfect setting for Jessica & Kevin's wedding day.
Since I met these two amazing people, I knew this would be a day filled with such a pure love not only from the fabulous bride and groom but from their children and families too.
Now don't get me wrong, these two have weathered many storms together - life hasn't been a fairy tale that moved smoothly to their wedding day and happily ever after (but you would hardly know it seeing them together). You know what though? This journey has made them stronger, together. That's what marriage is.
To me, these two are the very defination of marriage done right.
A strong marriage rarely has two strong people at the same time. It is a husband and wife who take turns being strong for each other in the moments when the other feels weak.
Now I'm thrilled to turn it over to Jess & Kevin to tell us a little more in their own words
Jessica:We met online!
I knew Kevin was the one when we had our very first meeting. We hugged and he kissed my collarbone. It was as if we were already a couple and he was greeting me after being away for a few weeks. We both knew instantly that we were soulmates. We said I love you within the first week!
J: I love how gentle and loving Kevin is.
K: I love how understanding and empathetic Jessica is.
I knew Kevin was going to propose as we picked my ring together. However, I did not know when he was going to do it. He proposed on the beach, at sunset on Port Franks. Where we went on our very first date. It was magical. I was overjoyed!
The excitement shared with our two children, Aiden and Jillian, over the wedding and marriage.
I wanted it to be simple, but elegant. I did not have a real theme.
To enjoy every second because it happens really fast!
Thank you to Jessica & Kevin for sharing their love story, their wedding day, and their beautiful family!
Still want to see even more? Check out this sneak peek slideshow of images to see a few more
As the fall quickly creeps up on us the excitement of Bridal Show season is right on it's heels.
Today I wanted to bring together 5 simple but hugely helpful tips to help you get the most of every bridal show you attend. Take 3 minutes to check out these tips and head into the show re
Tip #1 - Print Labels
Please please please, if you disregard everything else in this post, do this one thing!
At almost every booth there will be a form or giveaway to sign up for. Save your hand (and sanity) by printing out labels ahead of time that you can peel and stick right onto these forms. You win because it's quick, easy and one less thing to think about. You also win because vendors can actually read your information to contact you when you win!
Key info to include:
Your Grooms Name
Your Wedding Date
Your Phone Number
Your Email Address
Tip #2 - Bring inspiration
Looking for a florist but have an idea of what you are looking for? Bring photos!
Tear them out of magazines, save them on your phone gallery, or have a pin board handy.
It's a great way to find out if your style and a potential vendors style match plus, it gives you something beyond price and date to get the conversation going.
Tip #3 - Know What Vendors You Need and Ask Questions
Take a look ahead of time and know what types of vendors you really want to look at.
If you are early in your planning, yes - take the time to check out all the vendors but figure out which 3-5 types of vendors are top of your list and have questions ready to ask. This will help you if you SOOO much start to get overwhelmed.
Tip #4 - Take photos
When you see something that inspires you - take a photo! Whip out that smart phone and snap a photo to job your memory later then, take it a step further - take a photo of the business card of the company that has inspired you and THEN take the photo of the inspiration.
This can do more to jog your memory of the people, products and ideas that inspired you or resonated with you in some way.
Tip #5 - Book Consultations
It's an amazing feeling to walk out of a show having booked your vendors (or at least a few of them) but what if you aren't ready to sign on the dotted line just yet? Book a consultation!
Chose your top few vendors that you are considering and ask if you can book a consultation on the spot.
I know it's one extra thing to do but trust me, you will walk out feeling like you accomplished something AND it's so much easier to book on the spot then having to find their card later, call or email, and try to figure out schedules later. You'll also have a better chance of getting your preferred date and time.
It's tempting to take that bag of cards, brochures and information and put it away for a few days after walking the bridal show for a few hours but time gets away from us so quickly! By the time you get back to that bag in a few days or weeks (or even ekk months) you may not remember some of the details like 'which venue was it that was so excited for you?', 'who was that lady who got your to pet her album?', 'who was that florist with the amazing centrepieces?'
Bring your fiance or a friend along to the show and plan a lunch/coffee/or dinner date after to sort through the info you got while it's still fresh in your mind. I promise, you will be glad you did.
I hope these tips help you (and the brides around you) to have an absolutely blast attending bridal shows and help you to get the most out of them.
Your wedding day is going to be amazing and I can't wait to see it all come together!
P.S. Brides (and past brides) - do you think I missed an important tip for making the most of Bridal shows without getting TOTALLY overwhelmed? Add it in the comments below for all your fellow brides!
When you first meet Courtney & Josh, you could mistake them for just another couple but let me tell you, once you start to get to know them it quickly becomes obvious that these two have already weathered ups and downs along the way to stand where they are today.
Where they stand today is together, along with their beautiful son's, in love and ready to start the next chapter in their lives together as husband and wife.
I was fortunate enough to meet Courtney & Josh in January 2015 after Courtney and her Mom Sherry visited the London Bridal Expo. It was there that Courtney and I chatted about her wedding day dreams and our friendship began.
It's always an honour to work with a couple on something so close to their hearts, but to meet someone like Courtney and Josh who were willing to open up and share not only their wedding day but their families is just a dream come true! From our first consultation through engagement portraits (check that post out here), the arrival of Braedyn and on to their emotional wedding day I can honestly say I have loved every moment of working with these two.
Please join me in welcoming Courtney & Josh to share a little more about their story today in their own words.
We met through a mutual friend, than again at cowboys one night where I dismissed him because I was having a girls night! So mean, haha, we didn’t talk for a few weeks after that until I reached out to him because I realized he could be a great guy and sure enough he is!
Courtney- I knew Josh was the one within a few weeks of us dating, I just had this feeling about him that I had never felt before. He made me giddy and excited about life. When we weren’t together I missed him terribly, to the point where we started basically living together after a few months of dating. Also a big point when I realized I wanted to marry this man was seeing him with his son, he is a great father.
Josh- There was stages for me, I knew that she was the one not only for me but also my son Xavier, how she chose to love him like her own and deal with all the other logistics of being a step-mother. I love how she stands by me no matter what, that was when I knew I wanted her in my life forever, we had numerous conversations about life and what we wanted out of it but it wasn’t until I took a step back and realized she was all I wanted, and I could stop looking, on that day I went and bought her ring and proposed to her.
Courtney- Ahh, there is so many things, it is hard to narrow it down to just one. I would have to say my favourite thing about him is how hard he works to make me happy and express his love for me. His eyes are also pretty killer.
Josh- Again, there is so many things I love about her. I can’t narrow it down to one, I love her willingness and drive to fight for what she believes is right, it takes so much strength and courage to be a step-mother and go through the things we have together. I also melt when she holds my hand, kisses me, and her laugh is absolutely adorable.
Courtney- He always makes the funniest noises and faces to make our sons laugh and it melts my heart.
Josh- She does lots of things that she thinks are hilarious, and laughs aimlessly at herself, but I don't think they are as funny as she does.
Courtney- I didn't see it coming, I was so excited, nervous, and I cried like a baby, I couldn't wait to tell our families and start planning our lives together.
Josh- I planned it for about a month, I was super nervous but once it was over I couldn't have been happier.
Courtney- Celebrating with friends and family and of course wearing my beautiful dress, and of course seeing if Josh cried when I walked down the aisle!(he did)
Josh- Seeing Courtney walk down the aisle, getting to hold and kiss Courtney as her husband and celebrating with everyone.
Uniqueness, veering away from the traditional weddings
Courtney's love for everything nautical!
MAKE LISTS! It makes it so much easier and way less stressful to be able to look at a list and physically check the to-do's off.
Photographer - Rebecca Nash Photography
Grandma's Oven - Cake Bakery
Demetrios - Dress Designer
L.O.V.E Wedding & Music Service - DJ or Band
Adam Hicks - Videographer
Moore's - Tux Rentals
Esteem Artistry: Catherine Krahn- Bridal Party Make-up
Studio Couture- Bridal Party Hair
Lamplighter Inn- Getting ready location
Maeve Armstrong(All Seasons)- Officiant
Safa Tailors- Bride's Alterations
Ben Moss- Engagement Ring
People's- Wedding Bands
Check out this sneak peek of the same day slideshow presented at their reception that brought them both to tears.
As I began to write this post today to promote the launch of a great little resource for brides who are choosing their wedding photographer, the first thing that popped into my mind as I typed the title " It's Ready, It's Ready, it's *FINALLY* Ready " was...and even though I spent so much time on it, I just know someone is going to find a mistake in it. (Hello Fear my old friend - we'll talk about you another day) but for now it's onwards.
I am pleased to present to you for the first time anywhere...The 4 P's of Choosing you Wedding Photographer!
This guide will walk you through the four most important things you should look for in a photographer and what they really mean. Best of all it's 100% FREE!
In 2014, I walked down the aisle and married the man I loved. Even after 5 years as a professional photographer the task of finding the right photographer for our big day was overwhelming. Obviously I wanted beautiful images but what else did I need?
After months of planning and a day I will never forget I am proud to add the title of wife or Mrs Emerson to my picture of who I am. I was also filled with a desire to help brides like me who knew what they wanted (great photographers and an even better experience) but don't really know where to start, what to ask, and how to know if this is the right photographer. After months of percolating the ideas in my mind and trying to put into words some sensible advice - the 4 P's of Choosing your Photographer is ready for you.
The reality is, there is a perfect photographer out there for every bride but as I'm not the photographer for every bride. Better yet - that's totally okay! I don't take any offence.
I want you to love your photographs. I want you to think back on the experience of creating them with joy (and maybe a little laughter). I want you to find your perfect photographer and have the wedding of your dreams!
Ready to get started on your search? Just sign up below to get your free guide!
Was this an eye opener? Tell me what helped you the most.
Still have questions? Drop them in the comments or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org and I would love to answer them for you!
This last Friday I had the pleasure of meeting some pretty fantastic brides in the Lindsay & Kawartha Lakes area at the Kawartha This Week Wedding Trends Bridal Show at the Lindsay Amoury.
We spent the evening visiting with other vendors, hearing about brides big wedding day plans, and just having fun! (Yes, that was me dancing in my booth...and the aisles...during the fashion show) This night definitely got me even more excited to not only be a London Wedding Photographer but also a Lindsay Wedding Photographer and Kawartha Wedding Photographer. Man, I missed this place!
(Yep, I used to live in the Kawartha's and it's even where my daughter was born so we had to go for a little tour to show her some of the places we lived, worked, and learned in those first few years of her life. It's like coming home.)
It was great to be able to share what I do but even more fun to just connect with awesome people.
I can't wait to be working in the Kawartha's more on some amazing weddings!
Missed the show? You have another chance to catch me at the Peterborough This Week Wedding Trends Bridal Show next Sunday January 24th between 11am-4pm at the Memorial Centre. Be sure to stop by, say hello and we can even get an impromptu dance party going if you want to. It's going to be awesome!
It was a gorgeous day and the excitement was palpable as a group of creatives from the London Wedding Professionals gathered at the Delta London Armouries to create a day of inspiration for local London brides in a glamorous ballroom wedding dripping in glitz and stemming from a classic colour palette of navy, gold and white.
Our number one goal - to show a ballroom wedding can still be fun, modern and unique. With the help of an amazing team of wedding professionals I think we created something beautiful! (Yes, I'm totally in love with this shoot and hope you love it too!)
We were thrilled to have this shoot featured in, and on the cover of the Luxury Edition of Hitched Wedding Magazine. Check out some of the featured images below.
Models - Melissa & Devin
Venue - Delta London Armouries
Dress & Accessories - Once Upon a Time Weddings
Hair & Makeup - Selah Vie Hair & Makeup
Florals - Graceful Petals
Cake - Bright Eyes Bakery
Stationary - Quaint Paper Co.
Co-ordination & Styling - Unmistakably You Boutique Wedding Co-ordination
Decor Rentals - Signature Event Rentals & Unmistakably You
Creative Director & Photography - Rebecca Nash Photography
Thank you to the whole creative team for an amazing job. I can't wait to see what 2016 holds for all of us!
I`m so excited to be heading back to a place that means so much to me.
The Kawartha`s were one of my favourite places to live with summers working at Lockside Trading, Tim Hortons in Lakefield, and Lovesick Lake Cafe, Gift Shop & Campground in Burleigh Falls as a teenager. After moving away for school, life led me back to the Kawartha`s for the birth of my daughter, my return to college, and a new path in life in Ennismore & Bridgenorth but, I`m getting caught up reminiscing.
What I`m really here to announce is....I`m coming back!
I am so excited to be adding the amazing Kawartha`s to my photography sweet spots and what better way to kick things off then coming to see some fabulous brides at the upcoming bridal shows!
Friday Jan 15th
Kawartha Wedding Trends Show
210 Kent St. W., Lindsay, On
Sunday January 24th
11:00am - 4:00pm
Peterborough Wedding Trends Show
Peterborough Memorial Centre
151 Lansdowne St W, Peterborough, ON K9J 1Y4
Just in case you haven't heard - Bridal Shows are the one and only place to take advantage of a special discount on your wedding day photography and heirloom products. You don't want to miss it!
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