Husky Records Owners' Mountain-Top Wedding on a GoPro
Ryder the Husky acted as videographer when his owners, Addie and Marshall Burnette, married in Tennessee.
When Addie and Marshall Burnette married on a snow-covered mountain, they wanted their best friend, Ryder the husky, to be at their side.
But Ryder wasn't just there as a guest: she was also the couple's videographer.
Footage shows the ceremony at Roan Mountain, Tennessee from Ryder's point of view. The video was recorded by a GoPro placed on the dog's back.
The couple, who live in Nashville, told INSIDE EDITION that they chose the snowy mountain for their November 2014 wedding because they had their first date at the same spot. It was followed by a relaxed reception at Addie's mom's house nearby.
And Ryder, who is now three, filmed it all - from the moment the newlyweds kissed in the snow to the joy on their family members' faces.
"She captured all of the important moments," said Addie, 29. "She was very attentive... I think dogs have a sense of things and know when something special is happening."
One of Addie's favorite moments was when Ryder captured her looking at herself in the mirror as her mother helped her dress for the day. She also loved watching the pup bound through the forest before the nuptials.
On the video, which was shared to YouTube, Marshall said the day was "cold and magical."
He added: "Our dog, Ryder, insisted on filming the wedding video, so we let her do her thing. She took awhile to edit the footage, but we think she did a great job."
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