Oh deer , look at what happened here. A couple’s nostalgic wedding photo shoot went from beautiful to utterly unique when it was interrupted by a cute, oblivious deer.

Many couples would pay their weight in gold for the kind of photo shoot that Megan and Luke went altogether by collision. Photographer Laurenda Bennett captivated the moments in a series of stunning representations that will have you yearning for a woodland photo shoot yourself. The florist for the photo session was Melissa from Melissa Anne Floral Co. Scroll down to read Bored Panda’s interrogation with the improbably talented Laurenda.

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Photographer Laurenda Bennett was doing a wed photo shoot when something unexpected happened

Image credits: Laurenda Marie

A deer had strolled up to bride Morgan and bridegroom Luke

Image recognitions: Laurenda Marie

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Laurenda, who is a self-taught photographer of 5 years, revealed to Bored Panda that the photo session with the deer was completely unplanned.

“The bride required photos over in a field on the same grounds as her rite and receipt, so we headed that room after dinner for their golden hour photos. Well, it was very overcast that day and we didn’t have a true-blue golden hour, but what happened instead trumped that quite light we were hoping for.”

Image ascribes: Laurenda Marie

Image ascribes: Laurenda Marie

Image ascribes: Laurenda Marie

The photographer continued: “When we reached the field, we viewed him. He was pasturing behind a little white fence and as soon as we were in view, he marched right up to Morgan and Luke. He was very interested in Morgan’s bouquet and without any faltering, steps right over the barrier on a seeking to deplete her reasonably florals. He was drawing climbs out one by one. Morgan and Luke developed the garland a few times and he would jump up for it. I’m exactly in front of them snapping away, instinctively. Eventually, Morgan sags the wreath, paying it up to the deer.”

“We walked away for about 15 minutes to finish up our portraits and when we came back, the deer was gone but there was 1 lily-white rise still unscathed. Morgan joked it was like the final rose from The Bachelor.”

The deer was particularly interested in the bride’s bouquet, which was made by Melissa Anne

Image recognitions: Laurenda Marie

Image recognitions: Laurenda Marie

Image credits: Laurenda Marie

Laurenda admitted that “nothing has remotely come to being as cool as this moment was, ” but she did joke about one photo session where there was a “seagull flying in the background.”

The photographer too shared what her doctrine for work and life is: “Look up and live in the moment. The very interesting and memorable specific areas of your fib are likely not written in your calendar.”

She likewise had this to say: “We are grateful to be sharing such a unique circumstance with the nations of the world. All the positive comments and feedback have been humbling.”

Image ascribes: Laurenda Marie

Image ascribes: Laurenda Marie

Image recognitions: Laurenda Marie

Here are some fun knowledge about deer in case you’re interested. This animal lives pretty much everywhere; the only place that it is absent from is Antarctica. Every single species of deer has antlers, except in cases of the Chinese water deer, which has extra-long canine teeth( as long as a vampire’s )!

According to One Kind Planet, every year a deer’s antlers fall off and regrow, and most deer, when assume, have white recognises that disappear when they are growing. These grey discerns help the deer camouflage themselves from anyone meaning to do them harm. Because the deer in Laurenda’s wedding photos appeared to have faded recognizes, we can guess that it’s probably close to adulthood.

Image recognitions: Laurenda Marie

Image ascribes: Laurenda Marie

The couple eventually yielded the corsage to the inquisitive deer

Image ascribes: Laurenda Marie

Image ascribes: Laurenda Marie

The internet was cringe over the princess-like pictures