I cried watching the interview, I’m not going to lie to you. Come hell or high water, the fact that a sitting president of the United States was finally willing to say out loud what we all know to be the truth, is a powerful moment. We’ve come so far in my lifetime. I can’t wait for the day where everyone has the freedom to legally marry the person they love. On that day, we’ll have confetti to throw. For now, I hope this inspires us all to work a little harder, to change a few more hearts and minds.
When the dust settles after your wedding and you can finally take a moment to binge watch some Netflix and just generally start living life again, the last thing you probably want to do is one more wedding-related task… like sorting out a wedding album. If your wedding photography was important to you (and possibly something you spent quite a lot of cash on), there is something to be said for celebrating and immortalizing those images in an archival quality hard copy, rather than letting them sit neglected on a flash drive (that might fail, or files might get corrupted or… y’all, just get those photos on paper).…Keep Reading
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