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The Winter Wedding Giveaway

Are you planning a winter wedding between November 2014 and February 2015? If so, you could win your wedding photography FREE from indigosilver!

Enter to win free wedding day coverage! This is our biggest giveaway ever! You’ll receive up to 8 hours of photography time and the digital files on a custom USB, elegantly packaged inside a beautiful keepsake box with three matted images. This amazing giveaway is valued at over $3200!

Want more than the digital files? indigosilver is also proud to offer custom designed wedding albums, framed and canvas wall portraits and much more.
Start entering today! Remember, some of the entry methods can be done daily for even more entries!

Simply enter by doing one or all of the following:

*Sharing the contest with friends (up to10 entries)
*Liking us on Facebook (1 entry)
*Tweeting about us (1 entry per day)
*Following us on Google+ (2 entries)
*Signing up for our newsletter (3 entries)
*Meeting with us about your wedding (5 entries)
*Booking your wedding with us! (10 entries!)

Visit www.indigosilverstudio.com to enter

Contest ends on July 31st and the winner will be announced on August 8th.

If you are chosen as the winner, 8 hours of coverage and the digital files will be deducted from your invoice.

Call or email us today at 910-399-6790 or [email protected] to schedule a time meet about your winter wedding!

We’re jeff
& Lori

Carolina-based LUXURY BOUDOIR and WEDDING photographers

Our love of photography brought us together when we met at a photography conference over a decade ago. Today, Jeff is indigosilver’s lead wedding photographer, while Lori focuses on boudoir portraiture.

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