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Couples say ‘I do’ to wedding day tattoos

Errol Colon Photographers (source)
Errol Colon Photographers (source)

The days of hiding one’s ink on their wedding day are long past, according to a new article by Kellee Khalil at Lover.ly. Many brides, grooms, bridesmaids and groomsmen proudly display their tattoos while sporting their wedding attire. 

According to Khalil, “you should look like you on your wedding day, and if you have full sleeves or a cool quote on your wrist, there’s no reason to hide that.”

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Many couples center wedding photos around quirky ways to display their own personal fashion as well as their ink, whether it be full sleeve pieces or bits of text barely visible around a wedding dress or dress shirt.

To see wedding day photos featuring tattoos click here. 

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