This couple let their dog film their winter wonderland wedding

Couple's Beautiful Snowy Wedding Video Was Filmed By GoPro Wearing Husky
Couple's Beautiful Snowy Wedding Video Was Filmed By GoPro Wearing Husky

From ring bearer to best man, and even bride and groom, we thought we'd seen dogs play every imaginable wedding role.

That is, until Addie and Marshall Burnette eloped to Roan Mountain in Tennessee in November 2014, where their Siberian Husky, Ryder, served as their videographer.

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"We actually eloped, so everything was last minute, including my wedding dress," bride Addie Burnette told Refinery29. "The cool thing about it is that we eloped to the same mountain where we had our first date 10 years before, and it just so happened to snow two feet that day."

See photos of their magical day:

Uploaded to YouTube earlier this month, the two minute video, which follows the wedding day from the bride getting dressed through to the adorable reception, has already been viewed almost 400,000 times, and even has comments saying that Ryder did a better job than most hired wedding videographers.

The couple joked that after all this publicity, maybe Ryder would "land a career in this industry like her dad," who is actually a professional photographer himself.

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The unusual shooting style not only resulted in beautiful and unique footage, but also proved budget friendly for the bride and groom, as it's rumored Ryder was more than willing to be compensated in love and, more importantly, biscuits, for her work.

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