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Wedding party gets wet during photo shoot

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Usually it’s just the bride getting swept off her feet at a wedding but for one wedding party everyone was falling in.

Falling in the water that is. Video shows the bride, groom and the rest of the party standing on a dock getting their picture taken when everything goes wrong.

The dock slowly starts to collapse and everyone ends up getting wet.

The photographer who took the video said the bride and husband were all smiles after the accident, they were just happy to be getting married.
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