This is the story of two best friends who are always there for each other in their times of need. No matter what the issue may be, they always come through in the clutch. It’s truly heartwarming, isn’t it?
@sadievarnum took to TikTok to share a story about her engagement photos that is sure to touch the hearts of many.
It all started when her friend decided to provide her with some secret assistance that would allow her engagement photos to truly pop.
If you are wondering how her photographer was able to get so many awesome shots of her engagement ring, her bestie is the one who helped out. She wanted her engagement photos to come out perfectly and without the help of her friend, the struggle would have been far more real.
The final result was stunning. We are especially enamored with the photo of the bride and groom to be holding each other closely. When she holds her hand up to the camera and reveals the ring, we are stunned with this imagery, too.
However, there is more to this story than what meets the eye. In fact, this is not the hand of the bride at all.
The ring did not quite fit and her friend stepped up to the plate. She served as the hand model for the ring, so that the photo shoot could still go off without a hitch.
The clip has racked up over 12 million views and it is easy to see why because it is absolutely hilarious. The things that we are willing to do for our best friends!
#greenscreenvideo “id give my hand for you sadie” 😂😭☺️ ILY @h#greenscreen#greenscreenvideon#engagedd#fypengagedd#fypengaged fyp
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okay last one im deceased @zxchwilliams @hailee.bryan 😂😭 #engaged #proposal #weddingtiktok #MickeyFriendsStayTrue #greenscreen #greenscreenvideo
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“This such a cute moment. Like a little secret you can share at the wedding about the photos,” said one viewer. It’s the type of cute moment that will strengthen their bond forever.
“Okay….. but I bet those are the most genuine smiles and laughs and even more memorable memories!” added another viewer.SKM: below-content placeholder