Okay, so picture this – a couple who are not about that camera life, but they run an online store selling aesthetic furniture and home items. Meet June and July – they’ve been together for a decade before finally tying the knot. And guess what? They’ve never shown their faces in their online store’s photographs or social media accounts. Yup, you heard that right!
They decided to keep their anonymity for their wedding photos and incorporate their love for their aesthetic brand into the mix. Instead of the usual portraits, they took a more artsy approach. It’s like they’ve turned their wedding photos into a work of art.
It’s pretty refreshing to see a couple that doesn’t follow the traditional wedding portrait mold. June and July’s creativity is on another level, and it shows in their wedding photos. Maintaining their anonymity in their wedding photos is a testament to their dedication to their brand and their desire to keep their personal lives private. It’s inspiring to see them do things differently, and it’s a reminder that you don’t have to follow the norm. You can make your wedding as unique as you want it to be. Just be true to yourself!