by Calder Clark on June 27th, 2011
A natural moment, filled with sunlight, where the groom carries the bouquet to give the bride a moment’s respite from toting les fleurs.
When the groom does something stilted and contrived with said bouquet, inexplicably masking his new bride’s face. Maybe this is some take on Magritte’s Son of Man? Bet they’ll treasure this one.
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