Get Ready to Cry Tears at How Sweet This Wedding Video is and Be Surprised by Who Made It
Marshall Burnette is a director/editor residing in Nashville, Tennessee. On the biggest day of his life, a day that needs to be recorded/captured in every way possible, he handed over the reigns to his best friend:
"On November 2nd, 2014, Addie and I got married on the top of Roan Mountain, TN in 2 feet of snowy wonder. It was cold and magical. Our dog, Ryder, insisted on filming the wedding video, so we let her do her thing. She took awhile to edit the footage, but we think she did a great job."
The concept is simply brilliant if you look at the loving logistics:
• Wedding days are all about love (obviously)
• Nothing in the world receives more random acts of love in the world than dogs
Combine the two and you end up with a wedding video full of love. The exact way anybody would want to remember their wedding day.
Ryder was right in front ready for his best friends to tie the knot, in two feet of snow no less. It was clearly a bitterly cold day, but dare we say it, this video and these moments readily warmed everyone's hearts.
As you can see, here's Marshall and Addie exchanging rings. As a new wedding videographer, we have to say, Ryder really seems to know what he's doing. This angle offers an insight into that special moment of slipping the ring onto a soulmate's finger.
No wedding is complete without a celebration of the two newlyweds, and by the looks of it, they were smart enough to move the party indoors.
There's more–GoPro reached out to Marshall via YouTube comment with a special congratulatory offer:
"Just melts our heart! Congratulations Addie & Marshall and nice work on the edit Ryder. We'd love to hook you up with a GoPro wedding gift, who knows maybe we'll see a honeymoon edit from Ryder?"
This is clearly the best wedding gift they will or have received. Thanks to Ryder and GoPro, the happiness of the honeymoon phase won't end any time soon. Congratulations Burnettes (including Ryder)!