But they've got an amazing momento to commemorate their big day forever: a piece of art. The Tamra's OC Wedding stars commissioned an imaginitive, sexy tableau out of photos from their intimate engagement shoot.
The piece shows Tamra sitting in the front seat of a white 1959 MGA 1500 converticle, with Eddie leaning (shirtless!) pushing from behind.
According to photographer Emily Slade, Tamra and Eddie wanted to incorporate Slade Project into a vintage engagement shoot that Tamra had envisioned. Within 2 weeks, Tamra and Eddie went to the Slade Family Vineyard for the foundation image photo shoot and artist consultation with creator Dustin Slade. A high-resolution foundation image was selected, which was then digitally deconstructed and reconstructed using the additional photographs and materials that Tamra and Eddie had provided.
The digital collage was then transferred to a custom canvas. And guess what? The couple have it sitting prominently upon the fireplace in their newly remodeled home.
Tamra put thought into every single aspect of the wedding planning experience, so it's no wonder she did the same when choosing how to remember it.
What do you think of Tamra and Eddie's collaboration with the Slade Project? Tell us in the comments. And to learn more about the Slade Project, visit SladeFineArt.com
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