Dream Wedding: A Dream of Tornadoes and the Lost Footage
Posted On August 7, 2021
It’s a stunning image.
A young couple from New York are at their wedding in a tiny home in a forest, surrounded by an ever-present, ever-changing sky.
The couple are a pair of dreamers who have dreamed of travelling to the northern part of the world to visit their aunt and uncle.
The images of the bride and groom have captured the hearts of people across the globe.
In this dream wedding scene, the bride’s parents were killed in a car accident.
A few months later, the husband’s mother was shot and killed.
The couple are now looking forward to the wedding of a couple in the same location and a new bride.
But as the bridegroom prepares to marry, he sees something he’s never seen before.
The bride is carrying a young child in a bag.
“He looks at me and says ‘Is that my daughter?'” says bride Gwen.
As the bride prepares to deliver the baby to the groom, a cloud of dust covers her.
A storm is coming.
It’s just a matter of time before the wedding becomes a nightmare.
The dream wedding of Gwen and her husband was captured on video by a group of young people who have been inspired by the images of their own dream weddings.
They wanted to share the dream wedding photos with people who might not have the means to travel to the remote location where the couple are living.
The couple, who are based in New York, were invited by a friend to travel and dream up a dream wedding.
“We thought this would be a way for people to be able to go and meet these people and share their dream wedding,” said Gwen, from the US.
They took their dream photo, made it and shared it online.
“They came back and said, ‘Oh, you’ve just got to take a photo with us’,” said Gai.
“I said ‘Well, we’re in a remote area of New York state, it’s the most remote place on earth’.”
The photos of the couple have been shared almost 10,000 times on Facebook and Instagram.
While the wedding was initially thought to be a dream, the couple realised they could do it with the help of a small crew of friends who were also in the dream state.
Gwen and Gwen’s friend are now living in Australia, with the couple now hoping to move to the Northern Territory to marry their cousin.
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