Happy ending in sight for Celebration Studio couples

More than 1,500 New Jersey couples still waiting to get their wedding memories from Celebration Studios could begin receiving their priceless photos and videos by next week.

Monday marked the second dose of good news in as many weeks for the anxious couples. Celebration Studios? attorney announced the company will not file for bankruptcy, a move that could clear the way to get the lost memories into the hands of the couples.

?I do think the photographs will be returned very soon,? says attorney Jeffrey Hermann.

A judge had ordered the state to begin returning seized items from the company warehouse last week.

Celebration Studios shut down in January, leaving approximately 1,600 couples awaiting wedding photos and videos in limbo. Some had paid for the studio?s services more than three years ago.

For more with a Celebration Studios couple, go to channel 612 on your iO digital cable box and select iO Extra.

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