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Minnesota wedding party takes photos on dock, and you know exactly what happens next

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CROSSLAKE, Minn. (KMSP) -

A wedding party lined up on a dock for photos. 



You know what happens next.



And that’s exactly what happened next.


MORE PHOTOS: Before, during and after the plunge

Dan and Jackie Anderson got married in Crosslake, Minn. over the weekend and videographer Megan Fritze caught it all on tape – including the unexpected plunge into the lake just an hour before the wedding.

“Coolest couple I have ever met,” Fritze wrote on the Fox 9 Facebook page. “Jackie looked up, all smiles, from the water and asked if I got it on video. Great day to be around really amazing people.”

Dan is from Eagan, Minn. and Jackie is from Wadena, Minn. They met through mutual friends that happened to both be standing on the dock.

Three of the bridesmaids standing closest to shore were able to dash off the dock before getting completely soaked. One of the wedding guests told Fox 9 that when people starting arriving for the ceremony, groomsmen and bridesmaids were in towels, still waiting for their dresses and tuxedos to dry.


The wedding started just 10 minutes late, with all groomsmen wearing pants.

Congratulations Dan and Jackie!

Watch it on Vimeo at http://vimeo.com/97083847

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