Katie Autry Photography | Photo credit: Facebook
It’s always cute to go back in time and recreate things from the past that were happy and had happy faces everywhere. One such event in almost every life is the wedding day.
Over the years, the day is only remembered through photos, videos, and conversations with friends and family. But there are some couples who love to recreate their wedding day moments to relive the glories of yesteryear.
This is what Marvin and Lucille Stone of Sterling, Nebraska, did recently to celebrate their wedding anniversary.
The elderly couple, who have been married for 60 years, celebrated their youngest anniversary by recreating their wedding photos, which were taken in 1960.
When the couple got married in a small church in Sterling in 1960, they had a photo shoot. Six decades later, they recreated the same recordings in the open field while wearing their original wedding attire.
The adorable photos were taken by Katie Autry and shared on Facebook. She described the shoot as one of her favorite sessions to date.
“I had the pleasure of working with Marvin and Lucille to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary. This could be one of my favorite sessions! These two lovebirds even wore their original wedding attire for the session (Lucille made her dress)! “Katie wrote on Facebook.
Katie said the couple had five point advice when she asked them about the secret to a permanent marriage.
“Work hard, be kind to each other. Think before you speak. Rely on each other’s strengths to overcome your weaknesses. Stay strong in your beliefs,” the couple advised Katie.
The album published on Katie’s Facebook page has now received over 1,100 shares and 1,800 likes.
Her followers were blown away by the photos and the marriage story of Marvin and Lucille Stone.
One user wrote: “You really have been in love for a lifetime and great examples! Congratulations and God bless you both! Beautiful.”
“You captured a beautiful couple !! So much love is shown here. Happy 60th Anniversary !! ”Wrote another.