Here's a collection of engagement photos that are so great you'll actually want to attend the wedding.

Here's a collection of engagement photos that are so great you'll actually want to attend the wedding.
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Here is evidence that engagement photos don't have to make you roll your eyes like an angsty teenager who broke curfew.

Unlike the adorable couple pictured above with the Queen of Comedy Amy Schumer, some photos of newly engaged couples are so annoying they'll make you wish the couple got divorced before they even tie the knot. What a terrible thought! I'm sorry for even thinking that, but come on, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Wedding photos don't have to be such a serious, lovey-dovey barf-fest! (Yes, I'm single). Couples who express themselves, and even bring a little humor into their photo sessions will be rewarded with a lifetime of happiness, and also with their friends not hating them. Especially their single friends.

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Here are a bunch of couples who are celebrating their love in ways that will renew your faith in the institution of marriage.

1. The couple who works out together stays together.

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This couple takes the concept of the beach engagement photo to the next level, or whatever level involves hilariously photoshopping bodybuilder abs on the groom-to-be.


2. These two dogs' humans are tying the knot.

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Dog owners know that the most important part of any relationship is the one with their dogs. The only thing better than this would be a photo of four dog paws, announcing a dual dog-wedding.

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3. Two hunters find love.


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If you ignore that fact that they're holding a piece of a dead animal in their betrothed hands, this picture is a sweet, creative way to show their friends and family they're getting married.


4. The childlike whimsy of these snowball-fight engagement photos.

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In this themed engagement shoot, the size of the snowballs represents the depth of their love for each other. Doesn't this make you want to see the video footage? That's how great it is!


5. When Taco Bell is an important part of your relationship.





Yes this is real, and no it's not how he asked. So excited to marry my best friend.
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According to Instagram user sweet.teas, Jerry didn't actually propose with a packet of Taco Bell hot sauce, but he DID propose, and Katty said yes. May their marriage be spicy, but, like, not TOO spicy.


6. The couple who acted out their favorite movies.

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Redditor HamburgerSandwiches and his fiancée acted out scenes from all their favorite movie scenes for possibly the dopest engagement photos of all time. They're rocking Pulp Fiction above, but check out the rest of them here for a great bit of afternoon Internet-gazing.

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7. The couple who let their dog steal the show.

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This couple decided to bring their dog to their engagement photos, and he definitely improved the experience for everyone. Here's what this dog is thinking, "You're not trying to take important photos, right? I'm so happy to be in this field! I LOVE LIFE!"

8. These two hunters who included a rifle.

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Photographer Joshua Rainey took this photo of Stevie and Brady, who are elk hunters in Oregon. Bravo to the couple for figuring out a kitschy, fun way to include a rifle in their engagement pics!

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9. The perfect 'American Gothic' wedding announcement.

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It looks like this couple is either serious about art, or just super serious. However, according to the bride-to-be, it's actually a tongue-in-cheek response to her mother insisting on posing for a wedding announcement. And it's perfect.

10. This artistic portrait of a couple of trees.







Alexis and Jason in the trees. #engagementsession #esession #shesaidyes #doubleexposure
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This isn't an engagement photo, it's engagement art. Photographer Cricket Whitman made this creation for Alexis and Jason, and it's a refreshing new take on traditional wedding photography.


11. These two who fight zombies instead of each other.

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Instead of fighting over the minute details of your wedding, fight and kill a zombie! And pose with its re-dead un-dead body! And give your spouse-to-be a kiss! Here's another set of zombie engagement photos if you're into this sort of thing.

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13. Break the Internet with 'Breaking Bad' themed photos.

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If you love something, use it as a theme for your engagement photos. This genius picture is the brainchild of the couple, Hannah Schuster and Mackey Macaluso, and was shot by photographer Ashley Eubanks. Check out the rest of the pics here.


14. If Bill Murray decides to join the party, let him.

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Here's a tip: when Bill Murray wants to join in on your engagement photo session, not only should you let him, but you should send that picture to everyone you know. That's what Erik Rogers and Ashley Donald did, and it probably made everyone's day who received their wedding announcement.

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15. Sometimes you'd rather just be a cat marrying a cat.

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Technically, this was not the couple's actual engagement photo. According to Redditor rebubula, their pet-sitter is also a photographer, and they found this gem in their photo set. And it was just too creepy and hilarious not to share with the world.

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