Moose crashes wedding in Alaska

Moose crashes wedding in Alaska

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Moose crashes wedding in Alaska

A wedding ceremony in Alaska was just at the part where the groom was about to kiss the bride when a rustling in the woods behind the wedding party caught everybody’s attention.

A moose emerged from the trees and crashed the wedding.

Only in Alaska.

High school sweethearts Shandalyn and Alan Cuellar were standing under a rustic, flower-adorned wooden arch at the Bayshore Clubhouse in Anchorage on Saturday night when the unexpected visitor popped onto the scene, as reported by the Anchorage Daily News.

“The moose started coming right at us,” Shandalyn told the ADN.

Everyone paused, except wedding photographer Bria Celest, who kept on snapping photos.

“Here’s the moose you wanted to see,” Shandalyn said to her maid of honor, visiting from Florida.

Once the moose sauntered down toward the water, the pastor brought the focus back to the ceremony, saying, “Let’s get this done, let’s get them married.”

And so they did…with the moose in attendance.

“That moose is in the background of a lot of our pictures,” Shandalyn told ADA.

Fortunately it behaved itself.

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