Couple Waits 70 Years To Take Their Wedding Photos, And Love Is Still In The Air

In 1946, high school sweethearts Ferris and Margaret Romaire tied the knot. Unfortunately, no one had a camera, so they didn’t get to capture any of their sweet wedding moments. Now, 70 years later, their granddaughter Amanda Kleckley planned a photo shoot reenacting the wedding pictures they didn’t get to take.

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Margaret, 89, rocked a lavender gown and a veil, while Ferris, 90, looked super handsome in his tux. The adorable couple was snapped by photographer Lara Carter. “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 told The Huffington Post. “They are a beautiful example of what marriage is meant to be.”

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High school sweethearts Ferris and Margaret Romaire tied the knot in 1964

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The only problem was that no one had a camera to capture their sweet wedding moments

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So, for their 70th anniversary, their granddaughter Amanda Kleckley planned a photo shoot reenacting the wedding pictures they didn’t get to take

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Margaret, 89, rocked a lavender gown and a veil

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While Ferris, 90, looked super handsome in his tux

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The adorable couple was snapped by photographer Lara Carter

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“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

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

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