Celebrating Wedding:James & Patricia


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A story about James and Patricia love story and how they feel for each other.With each photo, it’s impossible to not understand the fact that they’re in love and destined to be together.

It’s simple, yet unique way of letting their friends and relatives know how much they love each other. This photo represents how happy they’re together.


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