Father of The Bride Stops Wedding Procession and Gets Daughter's Stepdad to Join Him Giving Their Daughter Away
Oct 01, 2015 12:13
Here's a big win for all step parents. It's also one that will make you bawl! This father of the bride stopped his daughter's wedding so that her stepdad could come help him give their daughter away.
Poppa, stopped the procession halfway, and walked the bride's stepdad to give her away with him.
Those who attended were understandbly touched by that act. What a gesture!
The couple's wedding photographer, Delia Blackburn said in an interview with BuzzFeed that bride Brittany Peck was walking down the aisle already, when her biological father, Todd Bachman, stopped walking down with her and bee-lined it straight to her stepdad, Todd Cendrosky.
"Everyone was a little bit concerned because there had been tension," Delia said. Which probably arose over who was more deserving of the name, Todd.
There wasn't a dry eye in the house.
The bride was in tears. I mean, who wouldn't be?
Her photo and her story has been shared over 500,000 times on Facebook now. Get some tissues out now:
Grab tissues... because you will need it as you look through these pictures. Todd Bachman, father of the bride, brought...
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