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This Couple's Wedding Photos Had A Little Something Extra To Really Set Them Apart... A Cyclone!

By Nadine / jeudi 26 avril 2018 10:00
If it rains on your wedding day, it's good luck, right? What do they say about cyclones?

Stephanie and Joel Pavy were not going to let anything stop them from saying I do. Not even a deadly storm with 80 mph winds.

Cyclone Marcus hit Darwin, Australia on March 18th, the day of Stephanie and Joe's wedding.

Normally, this would be thought of as some kind of wedding day disaster and the bride would be in tears, but this couple's persistence definitely paid off. Their wedding photos were not your average lovey-dovey blue-skies-and-rainbow photos people normally opt for during their nuptuals.

If you're  getting married but you're sick of all the cliches and overdone wedding tropes, planning your wedding during a cyclone just might do the trick.

“Stephanie had always remained positive and said the wedding was going ahead,” photographer  George Fragopoulos told Elite Daily.  “So after we got news that the cyclone had arrived earlier than expected and the worst of if was over by around 12:30 p.m., I was confident my family were going to be safe and I could make my way to photograph their wedding.”

At the end, the couple had some exciting news to share

“It was definitely not the wedding day we planned,“ Stephanie said, “But it ended up being perfect and we wouldn’t change anything about it, if we had the chance.”
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By  Donut_Wizard  |  22

This is truly quite impressive. And it will make for an amazing story for them to take into the future. Just think: if their marriage could survive a cyclone, then it can survive anything.

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  Mungolikecandy  |  13

You are hoping they cause or have torment in their marriage?

By  Donut_Wizard  |  22

This is truly quite impressive. And it will make for an amazing story for them to take into the future. Just think: if their marriage could survive a cyclone, then it can survive anything.

By  J352SAURUS  |  30

I'm a born and bred Darwinite and Marcus was an awesome storm. I lost a tree in the front yard, but that's all. I was at work when it hit and I got to drive home in it. I didn't lose power because my suburb's powerlines are underground, but some people were still without power two to three weeks after Marcus because their above ground lines were knocked down. People without power for 3 days or more got $250 in compensation and those without power for a week or more got an additional $400. To this day there are still 800 claims for compensation still waiting to be processed. Good one, government. Congrats on the wedding though! You all look amazing and I hope you had a great time! True Territorian style!

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