a new contest!!! calling all the best posers~

TOP-IMAGEBOTTOM-IMAGE We are currently seeking submissions for our newest creative posing guide for brides and grooms.  If you have a talent for posing your wedding couples in a very unique, creative, outside-the-box way, you could be featured in the guide and get a lovely Design Aglow shopping spree to boot~ Our guide will also include imagery by acclaimed Design Aglow contributors Anna Kuperberg, Laura Novak, Susan Stripling, Tinywater, Jessica Johnston, Amber Holritz, Chenin Boutwell, Christa Hoffarth, Red Leaf Studios....and possibly YOU too! The contest is now over. Thanks for all the fantastic entries...(we have received well over a thousand images!) and will be in touch within the week to announce the winners.


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