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This Photo Of A Boy Crying As His Parents Get Married Is Too Much For My Heart To Take

Can someone pass me a tissue, please?

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It's easy to get emotional when your parents get married, and 6-year-old Bryson Suber was no exception — he wore his heart right on his ridiculously stylish red suit sleeve on his mom and dad's wedding day.

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Wedding photographer Paul Woo captured the moment Bryson spotted his mom walking down the aisle, and no exaggeration, it completely melted my heart.

Suber's parents Tearra and Bryant got married on Sept. 4, 2016, but Woo recently got attention for the photo after it was entered in a contest.
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Suber's parents Tearra and Bryant got married on Sept. 4, 2016, but Woo recently got attention for the photo after it was entered in a contest.

Like, can you imagine if you spotted this face as you were about to get married?!

I WOULD DIE.
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I WOULD DIE.

BRYSON, YOU'RE KILLING ME, SMALLS.

That's his little brother Brayden next to him, experiencing about 200% less emotion.
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That's his little brother Brayden next to him, experiencing about 200% less emotion.

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"As everyone stood up and waited for the bride to come down the aisle, he started expressing so much emotion," Woo told BuzzFeed.

"I was solo shooting this wedding and this moment was difficult because I was secretly bawling behind the camera and had to prioritize this moment over the bride coming down the aisle."
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"I was solo shooting this wedding and this moment was difficult because I was secretly bawling behind the camera and had to prioritize this moment over the bride coming down the aisle."

"Yes, I got both photos, but I knew this moment was THE moment," Woo added.

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Don't worry, though, Bryson wasn't crying during the entire ceremony.

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"To see him share such strong emotions of joy and happiness for the union of his parents was seriously one of the most powerful moments I’ve experienced to date!" his mother Tearra told BuzzFeed.

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Sorry, I just need a moment.

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