Vendor of the Week: The Wagyu Story

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The Wagyu Story began with a love of photography shared by the husband-and-wife photographer duo, Tata and En-En. After getting hooked on capturing moments of love, the pair decided to establish their own business in 2010. Throughout the years, they have brought other talented friends along on their journey. Today, the team has nine members, four of which are photographers.

Although their business has evolved so much, The Wagyu Story still maintains the signature style that they've worked so hard to develop. Rather than focus on glamorous settings and outfits, the team tries to highlight every couple's heartfelt expressions and emotions. Instead of following the latest trends, they strive to constantly improve their skills and produce better photos.

Years of experience have led the team to encounter so many unforgettable moments. One such moment was an indoor wedding decorated as if it were outdoors, with real grass on the floor and LED lights covering the black walls. Yet despite their countless clients, they still consider every couple's moments as priceless in their own unique way.

If you're thinking of creating unforgettable moments of your own, you're in luck! This year, The Wagyu Story is offering a new pre-wedding and family portrait package in the United States. The team will make your intimate pre-wedding moments last forever in a one-day engagement session, or simply take wonderful family portraits to treasure in years to come. This package will be available on June 15th to July 2nd, 2016.

Interested? Just hop over to The Wagyu Story's page on Bridestory if you have any questions. In the meantime, scroll further down to see more of their amazing photos.


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