Wedding Bands – ten years later

We photograph wedding bands all the time.  They are visually perfect:  bright, shiny and void of any flaws having never been worn.  There is something I find so much more beautiful about these wedding bands that are ten years old.  They belong to Tom and Julie Morin and we photographed their wedding ten years ago.  On January 31, 2010 we were thrilled to photograph their ten year vow renewal (I’ll post more photos from that ceremony next week)!  As we approach Valentines Day, I thought I’d share these wedding bands with you, a symbol of love and commitment, that are no longer “perfect.”  They’re so much better – there is a ton of love in each imperfection in the metal.  Wouldn’t you say?  You all know I’m not a writer so forgive me if I’m not making a whole lot of sense.  But when I saw these again after ten years, all I could think was “WOW.  There is a whole lot of love here.  And it’s gorgeous”


9 thoughts on “Wedding Bands – ten years later

  1. Alex says:

    i think those wedding rings are a visual testament of what you go through in a marriage. i know i have a big scratch on the back of mine from falling down when i was hiking in zion with carlo. whenever i feel it, i think of that experience with him and all the cool things that we have done together. i hope my rings look like this in 8 years!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I was hoping to see the wedding pics from this post…I am hoping that you still do plan on sharing them. I am coming up on my 10 year anniversary and would love any ideas to help me out. Thanks.

  3. Stephen says:

    Those rings looks cute and nice. Thanks for sharing such a interesting stuff.A wedding is the ceremony in which two people are united in marriage . I would like to say about my Wedding Ring in titanium. It was awesome and stunning. Everyone over there was impressed with the design

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