What wedding photographer has a photo of you with a heart on her sleeve?

A couple’s wedding photographer is hoping to raise funds for an unnamed hospital after a heart-warming photo went viral.

A picture of a young bride holding her fiance’s hand while her husband holds her wedding ring in a hotel hallway has been shared more than 7 million times on Instagram.

The bride and groom, who are also expecting a baby girl, were at a Las Vegas hotel for the wedding of their friend’s mother, but she has a heart condition and was told the venue would be closed on Sunday.

“I didn’t want to miss out on her special day,” bride-to-be Jami Brown said.

It took about four hours to get to the hotel, where the couple were told the reception would be held at the hotel.

When they got to the reception, Jami was shocked to find her bride-s-friend was holding a heart, which she had never seen before.

“It just kind of happened, it just popped into my head, and it kind of clicked in my head,” she said.

“I’m so glad she’s doing well, I was just in shock.”

Jami said she had hoped the photo would raise funds to help with her mother’s medical expenses, but the photo had made her heart so happy she decided to post it on her Instagram.

“When I saw it, it was so cool,” she joked.

She said she was initially worried the photo could cause a controversy, but had to let the photo go viral because of how much people loved it.

“People were really excited and it just kind in a way made it really fun,” she laughed.

Now she is going to take the photo again, hoping the images will help raise money for the Las Vegas Medical Center.

“She’s in great shape, she’s a great mom, and she’s in a lot of pain,” Jami said.

“It makes me really happy that people are taking pictures of their loved ones.”

There’s not many people who get to experience that, it’s just so special.

“Ms Brown said she wanted to raise awareness for the Heart of America Foundation, which helps fund life-saving procedures and treatment for people with life-threatening medical conditions.

Anyone interested in donating can do so by visiting www.heartofamerica.org.au or texting P.O. Box 1689, Las Vegas, NV 89118.

Photographer Nikki Catsoura: A new world of photography

Photographer Nikki Catoura is known for her beautiful and often unsettling photographs of people struggling with mental illness.

Her portraits of those struggling with the illness and their families are now appearing in national and international publications, and the result is a unique new kind of photography.

Read moreNikki Catouras work is a tribute to her mother, who passed away from a heart attack while working in a nursing home.

The photojournalist says she felt the need to capture the world she loved from her own mother’s eyes, and found inspiration from her experience in a different part of the world, a country in which she was born.

“It’s like I was walking into a foreign country where I lived, and there were a lot of things that I loved,” Ms Catoure said.

“The first thing that jumped out was the people, how they were dressed, how their hair was done.”

There was so much passion and it felt like it was very much my mother’s life and mine, and I wanted to capture that.

“Ms Catoures mother was diagnosed with a severe form of bipolar disorder, and her father died shortly after her birth.

Nikki cat has also taken a number of portraits of people with mental illnesses, but she was inspired by a young boy who had an aggressive form of autism.

She found the boy, named Leo, through the internet, and decided to try to photograph him for her new book, Nikki Catsouras Children’s Home.”

I really wanted to be able to tell his story and tell his stories to others,” Ms Catsoure explained.”

What struck me about him is he’s very friendly, he’s a very bright kid, and his mother’s very supportive of him, and he’s got the kind of smile that people can relate to.

“The boy’s mother died of cancer at the age of eight, but her father was diagnosed and treated for a number other illnesses, including schizophrenia.”

My mother’s illness was so severe that her whole life she was just completely overwhelmed,” she said.

Nikikki Catsous, an Australian photographer who lives in the United States, was inspired to photograph children suffering from mental illness after seeing their parents.