WeÛªve tackled tips on how to get your guests to RSVP. Now, weÛªd like to take it another step with helping you with fun and creative ways to word your response cards! This not only makes it exciting for your guests to respond but may also help distress you as you work through the stacks of cards youÛªll receive as well. Below are some suggestions we think you may enjoy.
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I’m Anthony Gauna. I’m a wedding photographer based in San Antonio, TX.
I never intended on becoming a photographer. Growing up, I wanted to be a musician. So, I pursued that after high school. After years of hard work, we wound up being offered a recording contract, but we turned it down and broke up not that long after. I felt lost at that point. I didn’t know what to do with myself.
Long story short, after years of trying to find myself and my purpose, photography made its way into my life.
After photographing my first wedding months after picking up a camera, I felt my purpose was to become a photographer.
Before I started, I was working a data entry job that I absolutely hated. I would spend my downtime at work trying to plan out things I needed so that I could one day be a photographer for a living. However, that got me fired from my job. It was the push I needed to get started. It wasn’t the easiest transition for me to move from having a “real job” to becoming my own boss, but I wouldn’t change the past even if I could. I love what I have the honor of doing.
Photographing weddings give me purpose.
I have amazing couples that I get to work with, so being asked to choose my favorite wedding is never easy. They’re all fun. However, I decided to share this recent wedding I photographed of my couple, Emily and Jimmy.
Why? Because it has some of my favorite things - Oregon’s beautiful scenery, cats, quiet moments, love, and laughter.
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