The Loves of a Good Woman

Six and a half years is just a number. In that time, Ly and Ben have gone through what they would describe as a lifetime of experiences, some joyful and painful. You can see it in the way they look at one another, that nothing is taken for granted. I don’t think this was love at first sight, but rather a love that was forged through the test of time, through shared moments, through broken hearts mended again and again.

This was one of the most lively and connected weddings we’ve been a part of, not just because of the obvious chemistry between Ly and Ben, or the abundant support of their Family (villages of family). It’s the feeling that every person who was there felt like they were meant to be part of the big day. There were no shortage of laughs, tears, and cheers. There were no shortage of big moments. Games were played, friends were roasted, rings were put on, and a titan sang. The wedding of Ly and Ben was a story already written, waiting to be recaptured in the light of that July day.

The Loves of a Good Woman

Six and a half years is just a number. In that time, Ly and Ben have gone through what they would describe as a lifetime of experiences, some joyful and painful. You can see it in the way they look at one another, that nothing is taken for granted. I don’t think this was love at first sight, but rather a love that was forged through the test of time, through shared moments, through broken hearts mended again and again.

This was one of the most lively and connected weddings we’ve been a part of, not just because of the obvious chemistry between Ly and Ben, or the abundant support of their Family (villages of family). It’s the feeling that every person who was there felt like they were meant to be part of the big day. There were no shortage of laughs, tears, and cheers. There were no shortage of big moments. Games were played, friends were roasted, rings were put on, and a titan sang. The wedding of Ly and Ben was a story already written, waiting to be recaptured in the light of that July day.

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