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Jeremy Chou

Jeremy Chou is an international wedding photographer and also the co-founder & editor-in-chief for www.wedding-bros.com You may check out his professional wedding photography portfolio at www.jeremychou.com

ADVICE FROM THE PROSTHE BLING

So, after holding out as long as you could, you’ve FINALLY decided to pop the question! Good for you! Now it’s time to get a ring. And you realize you know NOTHING about a woman’s best friend.  Don’t panic, we got you covered.  There are a few things you will

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ADVICE FROM THE PROSWEDDING DAY

So you’ve just had the biggest night of your life, you are now officially married! Your buddies just downed their 10th straight Jägerbomb and you aren’t really sure where you are anymore. But now it’s time to make the grand exit! How do you close out the wedding on a

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ADVICE FROM THE PROSWEDDING DAY

One thing we hear over and over again from bride & groom is that they always feel rushed, or that they weren’t able to relax and enjoy the wedding day. This could be because of many reasons; but one of the main reasons typically is that the couple made an

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ADVICE FROM THE PROSPLANNING

Once the wedding date has been set and the invitations mailed, it is now time for you and your future spouse to talk seriously about your money as you embark on the next chapter of your lives together. Often, revelations about debt, income and bad spending habits can wreak havoc

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GIFTS & GADGETS

Know a groom that is into the outdoors, guns, shooting deers, and maybe from Texas (YEEEEEHAW)? We got the perfect gift for him! We came across these super cool cuff links by Diesel Lace Design for the REALLY manly grooms and his bros.  According to the shop, the cuff links are handmade using the

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ADVICE FROM THE PROSWEDDING DAY

If you’re a best man and searching for ideas, then you’ve come to the right place.  After seeing 100’s of toasts and doing a few myself, I can give you the advice of what I’ve seen work and not work.  First off, keeping it short and sweet is probably the

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