A couple from the USA was looking forward to a perfect engagement photo shoot - but the romance ended pretty quickly.
Illinois Wedding Announcements: the very first notification that future couples will tell their loved ones of the joyful news. For many, the engagement picture is therefore one of the important points in their wedding preparations. They give almost everything to then hold the perfect photo in their hands.
Couple gets engaged - and plans a perfect engagement photo shoot
The Americans Alyssa Snodsmith and Collin Hewett did the same with their engagement photo shoot. But not everything in life always goes according to plan. The two also experienced this firsthand: During their photo shoot, an unusual glitch happened to them - which Snodsmith and Hewett made known on the Internet. The American buzzfeednews.com reports on this funny story.
It all started in August: After three and a half years together, Collin asked his sweetheart the question of all questions. From then on, the overjoyed couple also dreamed of the perfect engagement photo - the two made an appointment with a photographer in Illinois.
Even before the shoot, the future bride was looking for inspiration online. On a social network, Snodsmith came across the fun photo of a couple. It was immediately clear to her that she also wanted to try it out. The picture shows a man elegantly pouring champagne into his partner's mouth.
America: Fiance want to re-enact photo - but that goes wrong
"We thought it was fun. Somehow it just grabbed us. We just wanted to have fun, ”Snodsmith told BuzzFeed . The starting shot for the big photo breakdown.
When they got to the photographer, they put a blanket on the floor and Hewett grabbed the champagne. Unfortunately, the photos of the couple were anything but romantic: the future groom just missed the right angle - and spilled the noble drink completely over his loved one.
But Snodsmith has a sense of humor - and didn't take the faux pas for her fiance. On the contrary: "When we got the edited photos, I laughed for 30 minutes," says the bride.
A little later, the two shared their failed photos on Twitter - and triggered a wave of enthusiasm. The photos developed into a real net hit.
So me and Alyssa took our engagements pictures yesterday. She found a Pinterest picture that she wanted to try and recreate
I botched it pic.twitter.com/oSSUCB4o6A
"Alyssa and I took our engagement pictures yesterday. She found a photo on Pinterest that she wanted to try and recreate - I botched it, ”Hewett writes about the photos.
More than 300,000 people have now liked the tweet.
Couple posts his photo breakdown - and lands a hit on the net
"Haha, that made me laugh so much. Thank you for sharing, ”comments a user. "Oh damn, I haven't laughed that much in a long time. The best congratulations for your marriage! ”Writes another.
Other couples have now published their champagne breakdowns under the post. Snodsmith can only speculate as to why her photos were so well received on the Internet. Your guess: The authenticity of the pictures. The fiancee, by the way, also replies to her groom's tweet: with a photo that shows her champagne from top to bottom - including a broad grin on her face. Snodsmith's words: "I was really not angry."
It is not known whether the couple actually used the pictures of their breakdown for the engagement cards.
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