Ever since Guy Coggins introduced the first "aura camera" in 1970, which supposedly captures the color of a person's light, the popularity of "aura photography" has been on the rise.
And because selfies are seemingly out and aura photography is in (you heard it here first), wedding registry planning site Zola provided aura photography for couples at a recent week-long retreat in New York City. More commonly, you take these solo but Zola captured couples’ auras to help happy duos understand the energy they share and project to the world.
However you go about getting your aura taken, here’s our guide to the best gifts to register for to match your results.
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