This is the dramatic moment when a couple's wedding is hit by a typhoon moments after they say, "Yes, I want to."
Randy Manaois, 29, and his girlfriend, Jennifer, 28, are walking arm in arm as the bride prepares to throw her bouquet at the reception in Marikina, Philippines, on Friday afternoon.
Images captures their radiant smiles as they pass in front of a row of bridesmaids clapping at Kapitan Moy's place.
A couple's wedding was hit by a typhoon as they prepared to go to the dance floor in the Philippines
But when they reach the top of the dance floor, an expression of concern stretches across their faces and a large crack is heard overhead.
Seconds later, a deafening thunder erupts and the electricity is cut off, plunging the room into darkness when the windows break nearby.
Dozens of guests flee to hide, screaming with fear as the tornado hits the site, smashing windows and knocking out power cables outside.
Talking later, Randy said: "It happened so fast. Everyone was excited and things moved quickly. Then we heard the sound and there was a flash in the mirrors.
Thunder was heard from above as they moved through the place, when suddenly the lights went out
Dozens of guests ran to hide, screaming in fear as the tornado shattered windows and knocked out power cables
– There was a big crash on the roof and everything was going off. My wife was scared and everyone panicked.
"I am grateful that everyone was safe, but we are sorry to all our guests.
"We did not know that such a tragedy would happen, my wife is still in shock.
The couple said they were "grateful that everyone was safe" and apologized to their guests for the interruption
After the wedding, which took place at Kapitan Moy's headquarters, they saw broken glass and destroyed buildings
The typhoon, which had a radius of 1 km, affected about 20 houses in barangays San Roque and Santa Elena, Marikina, when it arrived on Friday, reported ABS-CBN.
It was also reported that two residents were injured in the city after a high voltage cable broke and fell on them.
The wedding took place on Friday, a day before typhoon Mangkhut made landfall on the island of Luzon, in the north of the country.
It was also reported that two residents were injured in the city after a high voltage cable broke and fell on them (in the photo, after the tornado in Marikina)
Outside the wedding venue, trees were uprooted and power lines fell as the central Metro Manila region felt the effects of the approaching super typhoon.
At least 25 people have been killed by Typhoon Mangkhut and many millions more affected by the disaster, which has been more powerful than a category five hurricane.
Typhoon Mangkhut has hit the country with winds of 270 kilometers per hour (165 mph) and gusts of up to 325 kilometers per hour (200 mph), according to meteorologists.