This couple's wedding photos might have been delayed by 74 years, but that doesn't mean much. They still nailed it!
Fast forward to 2016, the 70th anniversary of their wedding, their granddaughter, Amanda Kleckley, felt it would be great to reenact the wedding pictures they missed out on the first time around.
Everyone gets a second chance afterall, right?
You've got to admire these oldies who still managed to project the perfect image of love and flaming romance 70 years after it all began.
With the help of photographer Lara Carter, 90 year old Ferris and his 89-year old bride, Margaret, got down to the shoot on Oct. 12 shoot in Pearland, Texas.
Check him out looking good in a tux as his wife smiled beside him in her lavender gown and a veil.
The couple smiled ear-to-ear as they snogged and sipped on some celebratory champagne.
According to Lara, their photographer, “They are a beautiful example of what marriage is meant to be.”
Speaking to Huffington Post, she adds, “They still live in the same home they built for a growing family 65 years ago,” Lara said.
“They didn’t have lots of money, but they had lots of shared values ― the love of children, a good work ethic, a strong faith in God and a sense of humor.”
70 years after their simple wedding, The Romaires now have four kids, eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.