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Have You Seen This? Beware the wedding drone
There's nothing like the beauty of your wedding day; that is until a drone ruins it. - photo by John Clyde

YOUR DREAM WEDDING I've said this before, and I'll say it again: I absolutely loved my wedding day, and I never want to do it again.

The day was beautiful and memorable, and I married the most incredible woman. It was perfect. The lead-up to the wedding not so perfect. It was around month two of our six-month engagement that I realized we were spending hour upon hour planning one day when we'd have years hopefully following that day. Why were we so worried about that one day?

Why is it that one day is so important? I mean the last eight years have had pretty important days as well, but we planned more for that day than we did the following decade put together. Again, it was a great day that I'll never forget, but I only plan on doing it once. Mainly because I still love my wife and want to be with her, also because I don't want to do that whole wedding thing again.

Regardless, that day is a big one, and there's a lot of pressure to make sure everything is perfect. Everything from the flowers to the place settings are expected to be flawless. But what happens when something does go wrong? What if your videographer decides to use a drone and it loses its mind and starts World War III? Well, that didn't happen in this video, but the drone did have a bit of a malfunction. Well, it was more operator error than anything.

Regardless, I'd like to say to this couple to not sweat it. It's now a fun memory. Just know, if my marriage survived the fact our overpriced photographer losing all of our photos then you two can handle a drone mishap.
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