A post by a Canadian photographer about her new wedding reception has gone viral.
The photo was shared by a friend of the photographer, who wrote: “This is my favourite photo I’ve ever taken!”
The post has been viewed more than 11 million times and shared over 1.5 million times on Facebook.
The wedding photographer, known as Crescent Obituary, shared the post with her friends, saying: “I’m sharing this photo because it really has been an amazing experience and I’m excited to share it with the world.”
“The post was a joy to make and has inspired me to create even more photography and create more memories for my readers,” she said.
Crescent Obits is a Canadian company that uses obits to promote weddings and other events, and has been in business since 2016.
It is one of the few businesses in Canada that uses posthumous photography to promote the company’s products.
The obit is a brief, personalized message from someone who was important to the deceased, or who was loved by the deceased.
“Crescent obit has an amazing and unique way of communicating our appreciation for the life of our loved ones,” the company said in a statement.
“Our obit includes the original obit, as well as photos and information that will assist you in making your decision to attend our next event.”
“We always think about how the obit may have affected our lives and the stories behind it.
It is a very personal story that was never meant to be public.”
The company says it does not sell photographs of people’s faces or personal details, but has chosen to take advantage of the internet to tell people how their loved ones are remembered.
“In our obit we include the original message, photos and personal information of our members, who are just like you and us, in an effort to show the world how we feel about them and their legacy,” the statement said.
“We believe that it’s the best way to honour those who are forgotten, and to honor the person who deserves it the most.”