Bride And Groom's Vintage Car Ride Ends Early Jake and Amber Garcia planned to ride to their reception in a vintage car. After it broke down, the wedding party came to their rescue. The photographer snapped shots of them on the side of the road.

Bride And Groom's Vintage Car Ride Ends Early

Bride And Groom's Vintage Car Ride Ends Early

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Jake and Amber Garcia planned to ride to their reception in a vintage car. After it broke down, the wedding party came to their rescue. The photographer snapped shots of them on the side of the road.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Jake and Amber Garcia had a plan for their wedding day. They would ride to the reception in a vintage car. Apparently, it was too vintage. It broke down on the freeway. Luckily, their wedding party came to the rescue. And since the photographer was there as well, they decided to make the most of it by taking wedding pics with the car right on the side of the freeway. On Facebook, the bride said it was, quote, "a memory we will always remember."

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