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First off, thank you all so much for coming over and having a look at the site and of course entering the contest! I’m so excited to be doing these giveaways. And so many good submissions! If your name wasn’t chosen, I’m offering something special for those people. I’ll get a hold of all of you in the next week or so with some more information.

The winners that were picked are:

for a 2015 wedding – Samantha Shook

for a 2016 wedding – Elsome Tsui

for a family session – Lindsay Petty

I’m looking forward to chatting with all of you more and will be in contact soon to discuss details!

 

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