I always thought the bridesmaids were there to assist the bride.
Most of them bolted. I would love to have seen some facial close-ups when the jetty first cracked.
Nothing wrong with the exposure, and the framing's good. What's the problem?
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They moved the camera mid shot. Nothing good about that.
Why are all the blokes wearing white shoes?
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as they say "weddings are unforgettable".
I am sure this one, or at least the photo shoot, will never be forgotten.
Killing two birds with the one shot ... (figuratively speaking, as AP is committed to animal welfare and rights!! )
Saves having to do a trash the dress shoot in the future.
Anyhow, it think it just about sums up married life perfectly
..... that sinking feeling
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From the looks of things, most, if not all, the men had grins and smiles - definitely a wedding experience they'll love.
Just hopefully the women are just as optimistic about these mishaps of fun
Nothing better than standing at the alter with a wet crotch.
Just mind the stains on the carpet.
The news said they were married within half an hour of the dunking.
Just think, they could have had the reception at Dunkin Donuts!
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