cbobcat49 wrote:We spent more time finding the right photographer than everything else combined. ok, that could be a slight exaggeration but we realized that nobody is going to remember what the food tasted like 30 years from now, but we'll still have our wedding album.
Matt wrote:but did you at least hire someone to chisel illustrations into a stone tablet?
Brenda wrote:You are so clever, Kelly!
RAWDON, Que. - A recently married bride wanted to be photographed one more time in her wedding dress.
The photo shoot on Friday wound up killing her.
A Montreal-area woman, married just under three months ago, dipped her toes into a river northeast of the city near the town of Rawdon.
The water wasn't particularly deep or turbulent. But it began to seep into the dress, making it heavy.
Eventually, the 30-year-old woman slipped from the rocks and was carried away by the Ouareau River.
"The photographer put down his equipment and tried to save her. He grabbed her with his hands," said provincial police spokesman, Sgt. Ronald McInnis. "(One witness) tried to help, but they couldn't save her.
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