See Why Everyone Started Bawling When This Father of the Bride Stopped the Procession

A set of wedding photos by photographer Delia Blackburn is going viral on Facebook today for a pretty heart-wrenchingly awesome reason. At the September 26th wedding of Brittany and Jeremy Peck, the bride’s father, Todd Bachman, stopped the bridal procession halfway down the aisle. To everyone’s surprise and the mother-of-the bride’s obvious shock, Bachman grabbed the hand of his daughter’s stepfather and brought him to Brittany’s side so they could walk her down the aisle together.


Delia Blackburn Photography’s Facebook post with these photos reads:

“Grab tissues… because you will need it as you look through these pictures. Todd Bachman, father of the bride, brought his daughter to the beginning of the aisle…he stopped the procession while people were confused at his actions and he walked up to his daughter’s stepfather. Todd reached out his hand and grabbed Brittany’s stepfather and pulled him down the aisle to walk their daughter down the aisle together. NOT A DRY EYE at the ceremony..including me! Families are what we make them…make it about your kids and not your ego. Congratulations Todd Bachman on showing your kids what true love really is…love for your children. Please share so that we can spread kindness throughout!”




Clearly, the bride’s parents and step-parents figured out how to do a blended family right long ago. Their example of coming together for their daughter is TRULY touching!


Congratulations to  Mr. and Mrs. Peck and the whole family! Please follow Delia Blackburn Photography on Facebook for more photos of this amazing event!

All Photos: Delia Blackburn Photography on Facebook

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Jenny Rapson
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