We were all standing by the lake, taking the traditional shots of the groom with each of his groomsmen.
"Okay, look at me. Big smiles!"
Suddenly, to my left, there is a bridesmaid doing trust falls with her groomsmen that she walked with. Everyone had begun practicing their introductions into the reception and figured since I was busy, it would go unnoticed. (Wrong.) Once she saw me shooting them, she whined that she didn't think I was paying attention and that I should shoot everyone else doing stupid sh*t too. Unfortunately, at the time no one was doing anything super interesting so I said, "Well, I would shoot them but no one is doing anything crazy." At that moment she pointed to another couple and said, "That's about to get crazy."
So I turned and held the shutter...
There has GOT to be somewhere I can send this -- possibly one of the best moments I've ever caught on camera. ESPECIALLY since no one was injured.
Oh, you're wondering about that last shot of her crying?
(The Academy Award goes to...)
Seriously though, PLEASE be safe when performing your introductions into a reception -- booze, gymnastics, and heels don't usually mix well.