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The duties of a Maid of Honor (MOH) are endless. Being part worker-bee and an emotional lifeboat for the bride is no small task! In addition to being one of the most important people in the wedding party (second to the bride and groom), a MOH plays a vital role in making a wedding successful and memorable.
However, no one told these to Sharilyn Wester, MOH to a wedding in Alberta, Canada. She single-handedly made the wedding of Rebecca and her husband, James Foster, even more interesting with her deeds.
When the wedding photographer Ashley Hempel, asked Sharilyn to assist with the couple’s photo shoot, she decided to take things to a new level!
Her hilarious poses during the photography and the veil toss portion of the wedding will be truly remembered by the couple! Thankfully the bride, Rebecca, knew the plan beforehand and enjoyed the entire things.
But, no one warned James, the groom. He was truly baffled by the MOH’s deeds that resulted in a few awkward poses captured by the photographer.
“The groom had no idea what we decided to do,” said Sharilyn, “but once we started acting goofy, he played along and was laughing.”
Sharilyn later revealed that the prank was planned beforehand.
“It was based off a photo Rebecca saw that we both decided we had to recreate,” she explained. “This was two years before the actual wedding!”
Check out the photos captured by the photographer! And don’t forget to vote for the ones you like!
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But, the bride told that the prank was pre-planned
Others thought this was hilarious
So, to all potential bridesmaids out there, if you are planning to upstage a wedding, make sure you have the bride’s approval first!
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