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Think “bro-mance” isn’t a real thing? This photo series might change your mind.

Think “bro-mance” isn’t a real thing? This photo series might change your mind.

Professional wedding photos are fine — the happy couple, the dressy looks, the glimmer of hope that binding yourself to another person will bring you happiness and stop all those existential thoughts about death — and they’re a perfectly functional way to mark the occasion.

But for one recent groom, John, capturing the love he had for his bride-to-be just wasn’t enough.

The equation would’ve excluded someone very important — his best man.

So he organized a special photoshoot with just the two of them (he did one with his bride too, of course), and the result is definitely worth a look or two.

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“I think my wife knows that he comes as part of the package,” John said.

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h/t Distractify

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