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.
One of the best business decisions I ever made was becoming an APW sponsor. And I’m not just saying that because I work here. I’m saying that because my photography business, from which I retired this year because I was suffering burnout from too much business, was built entirely on the back of APW. So I’m never surprised when I meet someone for the first time, and they tell me that not only are they planning a wedding, but they found their amazing photographer/planner/baker on APW. Even though I’m no longer shooting weddings (see: aforementioned burnout), I still recommend APW advertising to every awesome person I meet in this business.…Keep Reading
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