The wedding day belongs to the bride. She wants it to be as special as possible, especially if the people she loves can’t be in attendance.
This bride just lost her brother in an accident at a construction site in May 2016. When she tied the knot in July, she asked a designer to incorporate her brother into her photos. Here’s the result.
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The special images were created by the firm Jelly Penguin Graphics who said Catherine’s request had been “heartbreaking”.
“I really wanted him to be in my pictures,” said Catherine, who married John Flower at St Paul’s Church in Chippenham in July. “He was supposed to be there and it looks like he is there – I love them so much.
Ehhhh…does it really look like he was there? Maybe if you’re going for the “there in spirit” then, yeah sure, he was “there.”
Even if you think it’s creepy (don’t feel bad, I do to) there are some people loving this tribute. Here’s a Facebook comment on the photographer’s page…
“Omg this is amazing I am getting married in 7wks would love my dad edited into one off my wedding pics.”
There’s more than a few requests for this service.