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A wedding planner went the extra mile for a client, hiding under her dress to make sure it didn't fly up in high winds. Watch the video below:
According to the footage, which was posted on YouTube, Roel Lunesa, who works for Bro's Bridal Gowns and Events, positioned himself under the bride's gown so that she could walk down the aisle with ease.
The wedding, which took place on 6 June at the Louie Beach Resort in Pinamungajan, in the Philippines.
When the happy couple get to the end of the aisle, we see a man pop out from under her dress.
Making his entrance into the wedding via the bottom panel of the dress, the man lifts his curtain and walks off into a group of guests to the right-hand side of the bride.
Lunesa told Newsweek exactly what took place. Speaking to the publication, he said: "This was really [what] happened.
"The reason why I am underneath the gown is because of strong wind."
According to the wedding planner, the bride was struggling to walk, and in an 'unplanned' turn of events, Lunesa suggested the idea.
The bride had another garment on just under the dress, meaning he could crouch underneath to help her on her big day.
Earlier this year, it was reported that another wedding didn't go quite to plan, but the bride made the most of her big day, by simply marrying one of her guests.
The groom got cold feet and ended up doing a runner. The bride to be, known only as Sindhu, was due to marry a man named Naveen. The ceremony was taking place on the same day as Naveen's brother's wedding so the families were holding them simultaneously.
The big day was set for Sunday 3 January and the day before Naveen and Sindhu participated in pre-wedding events such as posing for pictures and receiving greetings from guests.
When the wedding day approached, Naveen was nowhere to be found and local media reports suggest he fled the wedding hall to be with his girlfriend.
According to the Bangalore Mirror, it turned out that Naveen's girlfriend had threatened to spoil the wedding by drinking poison in front of the guests.
As the ceremony took place, Naveen's brother, Ashok, went ahead with his marriage but then the families were left wondering what was going on.
A Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) conductor, who was present at the wedding, volunteered to marry Sindhu if both the families agreed.
They all met, finalised the wedding vows and Sindhu still managed to get hitched.
Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Bro's Vlog
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