A community post filed by a man named Lukas Kiler is going viral on Bored Panda because, even though the translation is a bit spotty, the sentiment behind this wedding photo shoot is absolutely clear. This couple was married in 1957. They're identified only as Rosary and "The Russian Boy," and they're celebrating 60 years of marriage. São Paulo Fotografia in Brazil set up a beautiful photo shoot to commemorate their vow renewal, and even without understanding a word of Portuguese, you can feel the love:
The post reads:
"It was 1957 when they started writing this story. His grandfather made the yard, the aunt made the cake, the godmother sewed the dress. It was the day of the wedding of the Rosary and the Russian boy. The family gathered to celebrate. In their hearts FAITH to build a good life together. They had no idea that they would be parents and 9 children, 16 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren and that they would be seeing all these 60 years later. Everything kept in the memory, however … they had no photo to show."
"Thus, suppliers from the interior of São Paulo gathered to offer the couple a record to illustrate this chapter. A mini wedding prepared with the excellence and complicity of all those involved in HOPE to draw a rescue from the moment it all began and this achievement deserved sensitive and emotional hands that know the value of that moment and participate with the commitment of the YES of so many couples who choose to start."
This may be the most perfect, Instragramable photo shoot of a married couple I've ever seen. They've been through it all, and the romance is still there! I know this phrase gets overused a lot, but seriously: goals.
Plus, they look absolutely gorgeous:
Congratulations on sixty years of making love work.