Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

Couple Celebrate 70th Anniversary With The Wedding Photos They Never Had.

Nowadays weddings are expected to be heavily photographed. Pictures are taken before, during and after the event. Both professional and nonprofessional cameras are swarming the venue taking photographs and videos nonstop to capture the special day. Pictures and videos are after all our way of making memories that we can look back on.

Unfortunately, that hasn't always been the case. High school sweethearts Ferris and Margaret Romarie, for example, tied the knot in 1946 and don't have any photos to look back on to remind them of their special day. That, however, all changes now.

The only problem with these lovebirds' wedding was that no one had a camera to capture their cherished wedding moments.

So their granddaughter Amanda Kleckley decided to plan a photoshoot reenacting the wedding pictures for the couple's 70th anniversary.

They finally got to take the wedding photos they never got to take!

Margaret, 89, wore a lavender gown and veil that she rocked, while Ferris, 90, looked dapper as ever in his tuxedo.

Lara Carter had the pleasure of capturing this adorable couple on camera and they were one of the best couples she's ever shot.

“You can see the love between them in the way they interacted with each other and laughed together as we would go from the different poses,” Lara said.

“They are a beautiful example of what marriage is meant to be.”

I think it's safe to say the rest of us can only hope to find a love like theirs, that hasn't died out even after 70 long years.