a morbid anecdote to help you choose your wedding vendors

  1. Well said Amanda! I’m so sorry for the bride and her family’s loss. I can’t imagine :(. I know you guys did an amazing job for their wedding and I hope those happy memories help her get through the rough days.

  2. Dianna says:

    What a caring thing to post.

  3. Abby Grace says:

    I can’t even imagine what that bride is going through right now, but I’m so thankful that she has images to treasure and to remember him by. Thanks for writing this, Amanda!

  4. Jen Whitt says:

    As a floral designer myself, I completely agree!!! Flowers fade, but beautiful images are forever! I speak from experience too. I had a family member, hobby photographer, offer to take photos of my wedding as my wedding “gift”. We were in a tight budget and I accepted the offer. Photos were awful and when we got them back there was only 1 shot of the newly married couple (us!!!) dancing. I guess it was ominous, we’ve since divorced and no pictures to prove we had a wedding! True story! If I ever take the plunge again, my entire budget will go to the photographer. :)

  5. sage says:

    Wow. My heart breaks for your bride. I am so happy they chose to have a great photographer. That certainly puts thing in perspective.

  6. Kat says:

    Beautifully said Amanda. I’m so sorry for the brides loss. I really can’t imagine…

  7. Annamarie says:

    This was beautiful and so well said! I’m leaving a comment not because I’m a photographer, but because I’m super sentimental and value my own wedding images so much!! My heart aches for this bride who lost who her husband :(. But I’m so thankful she has beautiful images to remember him by.

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