Bride Becomes a Disney Princess After Chipmunks Crash Her Wedding Pics

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Bride Becomes a Disney Princess After Chipmunks Crash Her Wedding Pics

Every bride and groom hopes that their wedding photos will truly capture the beauty of their special day. Even couples who forgo the big church wedding and the debt that comes with having a huge party and decide to elope want lovely pictures to look back on and remember. 

Well, the TikTok account holder @Laurenvandame, a wedding photographer located out of Denver, captured just that when a happy couple decided to take their elopement pictures out in nature. You couldn't plan this if you tried! 

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How incredible is this? The bride just became a Disney princess without even trying! These wedding photos are just stunning. TikTok users agree and @Ballerina says, "They are your bridesmaids holding your bouquet for you and fixing your train!" @Monica comments, "If I got my wedding photos back and had little animal surprises like this I would've cried from happiness." @Mary adds, "The only witnesses you need for a wedding!" @Maxwell adds, Okay, total Snow White moment." 

The number of TikTok users who thought these were rats is totally hilariously alarming. They obviously need lessons in chipmunk cuteness! Chipmunks, even though they are adorable, are not considered especially friendly or social animals, so we have to assume that these little guys are used to encountering humans, probably carrying little snacky snacks for them, out in the park. Which is why they were so curious about the happy couple. 

We just know these two will treasure these photos forever. Here's hoping we get to see some anniversary snaps in the same area in the future! 

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