Look at it this way, 50% of marriages end in divorce. Ok. Now you have 300+ photos + a video of a wedding. What do you do with them? So your husband leaves you for his blonde 23 year old secretary 5 years later and you have wedding photos of folks from _his_ side of the family, plus their mugs showing up in the video. Do you discard the photos? Do you mail them to your ex or his family? Why would anyone even keep photos of their wedding if the marriage is broken up? Who will ever again view the photos or video and why? Also, how many people keep in touch with so-called "friends" from the old hood they invite to their wedding? Most people move out of town and never see them agan. Also, unless there are photos of your departed grandma or grandpa or parents, or your sis who was eaten by a shark. Why keep in your wedding album photos of your drunk cousins, horny old uncle Moe who lives in the basement, or some "friend" who gave you a bounced check at the wedding and was never seen or heard from again?[believe me this has happened on more than a few occassions]. Granted, eventually everyone grows old and dies. Whomever was a 5 year old flower girl at a wedding back in 1925 is 90years old by now. It might be fun to look at grandma back then... once every 10 years or so. However, how long will this "fun" last? I mean by the time I am a grandpa, why would anyone look at _my_ grandma when she was 5? I am sure no one will get together for Thanksgiving in the year 2025 and pass around photos of relatives taken 100 years before. Who cares the young ones will say, just pass my inheritence with the gravy & potatos.