A bride and groom in Arizona are forced to rush through their nuptials after a huge dust storm interrupts their otherwise pleasant outdoor wedding as they exchange vows at the altar.

Gustavo and Jenniffer Luna were in the process of tying the knot at an alfresco ceremony when a giant dust storm, know locally as a haboob, struck. The priest can be seen attempting to rush through the union by skipping to an ironic sand ceremony.

“At first, I was a little upset about it, but at the same time, what are you going to do? It’s the weather,” Mrs Luna recanted to reporters.

The optimist in me says this represents how their love defies all odds. But the realistic in me just thinks this was a sign. But regardless, congrats to the new married couple. This must be what getting married on Tatooine feels like.

Source: Telegraph