Why Inclusive Wedding Photography is Important to Me
As an inclusive wedding photographer, I have the privilege of witnessing and capturing the love and joy of countless couples on their special day! I have seen firsthand the beauty and diversity of love, and I am proud to be able to support and celebrate all forms of marriage.
It is my belief that everyone should have the right to marry the person they love, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, race, or any other factor. Love is love, and marriage is a deeply personal and meaningful commitment between two people who want to spend their lives together!
We should celebrate and support all forms of love and marriage. Whether it’s a same-sex couple, a transgender couple, or a couple of different races or cultures, we should embrace the diversity and beauty of love in all its forms.
Furthermore, we must recognize that the right to marry is not just a privilege or a luxury, but a fundamental human right. Denying anyone the right to marry the person they love is a form of discrimination and inequality, and it goes against the very principles of fairness and justice that our society is built upon.
As a wedding photographer and as a human being, I am committed to supporting and advocating for marriage equality! I believe that everyone should have the right to marry the person they love, and I will continue to use my talents and my platform to promote this important cause. Let’s celebrate love in all its forms, and let’s make sure that everyone has the right to marry the person they love.
What does it mean to be an inclusive wedding vendor?
Being an inclusive wedding vendor means offering a wide range of services and products that cater to a diverse range of couples, regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, or any other characteristic. It also means creating a welcoming and respectful environment for all couples. Inclusive wedding vendors strive to collaborate with other vendors who share their commitment to inclusivity and participate in events and forums that promote diversity and inclusion in the wedding industry. Ultimately, being an inclusive wedding vendor means recognizing the value and dignity of every couple, and doing everything possible to make their special day a truly memorable and enjoyable experience.
Why is it important for wedding vendors to be inclusive?
It is important for wedding vendors to be inclusive because weddings are a celebration of love and commitment, and all couples should be able to enjoy their special day without feeling excluded or marginalized. By offering a wider range of services and products that cater to a diverse range of couples, wedding vendors can help to create a more inclusive and welcoming environment for everyone. This not only benefits the couples who are getting married, but it also helps to promote a more inclusive and diverse society as a whole.
Programs That I Value and Donate To
To give you a sense of what is important to me, here are some programs that I feel very passionately about and will donate portions of my proceeds to each year. Please take some time and visit their sites to learn more about their missions. Any donation is welcome and appreciated.
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