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  • Camille

    Anniversary photo idea - every wedding anniversary, take a picture of you holding a picture from the previous wedding anniversary and so on! ideas-for-after-tying-the-knot

  • Regina

    Anniversary Idea: Take a pic on your wedding day and every few years after that. #Anniversary #Picture #DIY

  • Caitlin Kremer

    Anniversary pictures with last anniversary photos - cute idea

  • Chrissy

    A holding last year's anniversary photo photo shoot at each wedding anniversary. Cool idea

  • Amy Lindsay Hoffman

    Anniversary photo idea - take a picture of yourself holding a framed image of your anniversary picture from last year and so on...

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