- High school sweethearts Ferris and Margaret Romaire tied the knot in 1946
- The couple, however, were not able to save special moments of their wedding day because they had no camera back then
- After 70 years, the two finally had their wedding photos taken
A couple, who were not able to save the moments of their wedding day because they had no camera back then, finally had their wedding photos taken — after 70 years!
In an article written by Ruta Grasyte of Bored Panda, it was disclosed that high school sweethearts Ferris and Margaret Romaire tied the knot in 1946.
Unfortunately, they had no camera back then so they were unable to capture any of their sweet wedding moments.
Luckily, after seven decades, their granddaughter Amanda Kleckley planned a wedding photoshoot for the lovely couple.
On Facebook, photographer Lara Carter said she was honored for being the one to capture the couple’s undying love.
“I was so honored to be able to take this session. I loved every bit of it! These two are celebrating 70 years of marriage! What an amazing couple!” she wrote on her Facebook page, Lara Carter Photography.
In an interview, Carter said the couple is “a beautiful example of what marriage is meant to be.”
“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,” she shared.
View more photos taken by photographer Lara Carter on her website.
Watch the video of a news report about the lovely couple’s 70 years “in-the-making photoshoot”: