It’s hard to believe in “ever after” love in the modern world, with its emphasis on one-night relationships and alarmingly high divorce rate. On the other hand, it is encouraging and gives many individuals hope to know that some couples spend the majority of their lives together. Fairytale love stories do exist, despite the fact that they are becoming less common.
Anna Behning, a devoted wedding photographer, is obsessed with capturing the essence of “love.” Anna realized, “I derive my energy from seeing people who are deeply in love with each other. “I realized that wedding photography will play a significant role in my future.” In December of 2018, I had the honor of photographing my first wedding, and the joy I felt at being able to document the couple’s love for one another is something I will never forget.
Anna has decided on the spur of the moment to take a picture of her grandparents for their upcoming 70th wedding anniversary on January 6, 2022. She captured beautiful shots of this sweet couple’s remarkable “love,” who have stuck together through thick and thin and are now having a wonderful time together. She also took breathtaking photographs of the incredible “love” between this beautiful couple.
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Melvin and Nancy have been married for a cumulative total of seven decades.
Anna observed that her grandparents could not survive without one another, despite the fact that their seventy years of marriage were far from ideal. Grandpa is a teddy bear at heart, and although he can be stubborn and enjoys making fun of his children and grandchildren, he truly does love them. Grandma is a gregarious person who takes every opportunity to amuse her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The photographer said, “During the early years of their marriage, Grandpa was serving in the Korean War, and the only way they could communicate with one another was through letters in the mail.” They started a family soon after they returned from the war, and they eventually had five children. The photographer went on to say, “During the early years of their marriage, Grandpa was serving in the Korean War, and the only way they were able to communicate with one another was through letters in the mail.” They started a family soon after they got back from the war, and eventually they had five children.
When we questioned Anna about what inspired the idea of revisiting their wedding memories, she claimed it wasn’t planned. But when we pressed her more, she admitted that it was designed. I took my camera with me to see my grandparents, and when I was there, I asked my grandmother if she still had the wedding dress she wore. After that, Grandpa searched through all of their garage storage containers to locate the dress. I wanted to see if Grandma would be willing to model it for us, and she said yes! She said, “After that, my mother hauled Grandpa’s war outfit out, and we took pictures in their backyard!”
“Holy cow, it was one fantastically joyful day!” Regarding the shooting, Anna commented. They had on the cutest costumes, and it showed! It looked like Grandma had the most fun looking at the pictures, whereas Grandpa wasn’t as thrilled about smiling for the camera. This, however, is the stuff upon which future generations will reminisce and chuckle.