Grin and wear it! Moment the wedding of a huge grizzly beast photobombs Tennessee couple as they pose for portraits
- The bear crashed the marriage of Cory and Sarina Brewer in Gatlinburg, Tennessee
- Photographer Leah McMahan Edmondson saw the uninvited guest while taking portraits of newlyweds after the ceremony
- The bear walked down the aisle before retiring from the room
- Edmondson shared the story on Facebook along with the unique wedding snaps
A hairy wedding scraper stole the show at the wedding of a Tennessee couple by making their way through the aisle.
Leah McMahan Edmondson from Gypsy soul photography said she was taking portraits with newlyweds Cory and Sarina Brewer in Gatlinburg when a huge black bear was running in the background.
Last week the photographer shared the hilarious story on Facebook, along with the unique wedding snaps.
A huge black bear stole the show at a Tennessee wedding by taking a walk down the aisle
Leah McMahan Edmondson of Gypsy Soul Photography made portraits with newlyweds Cory and Sarina Brewer in Gatlinburg when the bear appeared in the background
Edmondson said the photo bomber made an entrance after the ceremony while making intimate shots of the Brewers. The group moved after they saw the bear and did not want to disturb.
Apparently, the animal was not satisfied with the exclusion of the photos and decided to take a walk down the aisle – a face that the photographer could not tolerate & # 39; to miss.
& # 39; Being scared did not occur to me, I just wanted to & # 39; the shot & # 39;, & # 39; Edmondson said PetaPixel.
& # 39; However, when I got up, he made a "gasping" sound and walked over to me.
& # 39; I am more than scared at the moment. He has raised my heartbeat to Jesus. & # 39;
Fortunately, Edmondson said, the bear decided to move on without causing any further drama.
The photographer said the shoot was easily one of her most memorable.
& # 39; It was probably the most adventurous photo session I did – even more than the one time I shot a family and their pet pack, & # 39; she joked.
Edmondson said the bear started "panting" at her while she took pictures of it in the aisle
Fortunately, the bear set off before causing real problems at the location
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