The beautiful bride was just five minutes away from walking down the aisle, when she found out her wedding photographer did not show up.
The bride had met with the photographer weeks before and she had never considered the prospect of her not turning up on the big day.
‘Photos are easily the one thing that is most important for the day. I even told my bridesmaid over dinner that the pictures are probably the most important thing for me,’ the bride told Mlive.
The Next Day, the Samaritan ( photographer) heard about the wedding woes on facebook and knew she had to offer to help out in any way she could.
So, she got in touch with the bride and offered her a stylized bridal shoot – an intimate photo shoot with the bride and groom – free of charge to make up for the other snapper letting her down.
But secretly, the kind-hearted photographer had a far more ambitious plan in mind. She tracked down the bride’s sister and told her what she was planning, before asking her to get hold of the bridesmaids, groomsmen and family members.
She invited the newlywed couple out to her cousin’s house in the countryside as she thought its large garden was a perfect venue.
Without the bride knowing, their family and friends were all parked around the corner, keeping their cars out of the way so they did not arouse suspicion.
When the couple arrived, the photographer handed the bride her bouquet – just in time for their loved ones to appear.
‘The moment they hit the corner and saw their family and friends, she lost it, Even the groom was tearing up, said the photographer. You knew it was going to be a special day.
Once they had wiped away their tears, the couple posed for dozens of photographs together and with their family – making up for the ones they missed out on during their wedding.
The Bride said: ‘I still can’t believe she went through all of this trouble for me. It’s a huge blessing and something I’ll remember forever.’