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Groom asks if he was wrong to exclude the bride from his photos of their wedding day.

Groom asks if he was wrong to exclude the bride from his photos of their wedding day.

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One of the biggest pressures on couples planning a wedding is locking down those perfect, Instagram and frame-worthy photos...

Do you opt for the "first look," do you drain your budget on a professional or do you trust one of your bridesmaids to capture every important moment of the day and risk a blurry reel of the guests' toes? So, when a frustrated groom decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about a wedding photography mishap, people were quick to help deem a verdict.

AITA (Am I the As*hole) for not taking pictures of my wife at our wedding?

So we tied the knot and decided that after saying 'I do', 'Sarah' and I would each have our own digital camera to take any photos we wanted during the rest of the day to record our own personal memories, then put these in a section of our wedding photo album. It was her idea and I thought it would be fun.

Sources: Reddit
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