A wedding photographer is getting the wedding industry’s attention with his latest project, “A Musketeers Wedding.”
The photographer, Mark L. Wahlberg, has created a website that will feature his “A Bachelors Musical Wedding” and a “Musketeers Musical Wedding Ceremony” that he will also create a video for.
Wills’ website also features a photo of the bride and groom dressed in their “Muskeemuskies” wedding costumes.
“The wedding photographer has created this project because he has wanted to share the music, history, and love of the Muskeemuks with all of you,” the website states.
“This is his way of sharing this story with you all.
We can’t wait to hear from you, and will be sharing with you our stories of this special occasion.”
The wedding is scheduled for May 15, 2018.
Will posted about the project on Instagram, writing, “This music video is going to be so beautiful!
I am so excited to shoot it.
And I’m excited to share it with everyone.
It is a musketeer wedding and we will be celebrating our love and heritage with our family and friends.”
Wills website also offers a free preview of the wedding, “Muskies Musical Wedding.”
In it, the bride, Emma, and the groom, Joe, are shown on a farm with a “Stonemeaders Wedding” sign and “A Bachelor’s Musical Wedding,” which includes “Muscadet songs, the Musket Riders, a wedding dance and a musical number.”
Wahlburgers website also includes a photo with Joe and Emma, who have said the project will help them “get married again.”
In the video, Wahlberger tells Emma and Joe they were “not allowed” to wear their “sausage and hot sauce” wedding band on their wedding day.
The wedding was recorded at a location at the Lakefront Park in Muskemuskie, Ohio, where the couple said they planned to “put on a great show for our family.”
“You’ll see us at Lakefront, dancing around the lake and the kids are all smiling and we are really looking forward to it,” Emma said in a caption.
“I love you Joe and I love you Emma, we’re going to take care of each other and have a great time.”
Wilsons website also provides a photo showing the wedding party wearing their wedding band, which includes the “Musical Wedding Ceremonies.”
“The family is so happy to share this story and be able to celebrate their love and history with the people who came before us,” Wills wrote on his website.
“We can’t thank you enough for helping us do what we love.”
The Wedding Photographer Mark L Wahlgren is the man behind the Muskies Wedding Photography project.
A photo posted by Mark L @mjmarkl on Apr 6, 2018 at 11:56am PDT A photo from the wedding photographer’s website. (Facebook)