Pre-wedding photos: Pictures say a thousand words, and each one is ‘love’

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Pre-wedding photos: Pictures say a thousand words, and each one is ‘love’

The trend among young couples of pre-wedding photo shoots just keeps getting hotter. Vann Mineareasey and Sim Kimsan, who are going to tie the knot next year, got their photos taken on a Kep beach because they wanted to always keep the “unforgettable moments”.

“I think pre-wedding photographs are good because in the future we will be able to look at them and remember back to how we felt when we were young,” Reasey said. Although they both felt shy with so many eyes on them during the shoot, they still did their best to look natural, because these photos are the evidence and memory of a couple’s love, according to Kimsan and Reasey.

“I was feeling so excited and great,” Kimsan said.

“When I saw all photos with my fiancée I realised just how romantic and strong our relationship is,” Kimsan added.

Good luck to the two lovebirds!

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