Volcano wedding
Chino and Kat Vaflor got married during the Taal volcano eruption.

  • Chino and Kat Vaflor got married in the Philippines on Sunday, January 12.
  • On the same day as the couple's wedding, the Taal volcano emitted a huge plume of ash, covering the surrounding area in volcanic dust.
  • The couple's photographer captured the Valfors' celebrations, showcasing the natural disaster in the background.
  • The volcano started spewing lava on Monday, placing a total of 450,000 people in the danger zone. Officials have also warned people residing in the area of a possible "volcanic tsunami."
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All wedding photos are beautiful, but some leave a more lasting impression than others.

Chino and Kat Vaflor's photos turned out to be unforgettable, as a volcano can be seen erupting in the background of their wedding pictures.

The couple's photographer, Evan Randolf, captured the wedding.

The couple got married in the Philippines on January 12 at a venue located 16 kilometres from the Taal volcano, according to CNN.

On that Sunday, the volcano began emitting huge plumes of smoke, covering the surrounding area in a blanket of ash.

The volcano did not stop the wedding.

The couple knew there was a risk the volcano's eruption could impact their wedding.

"We were actually nervous because while working, we kept on checking social media for updates on the volcanic eruption," photographer Evan Randolf told CNN. "So we were actually aware of the warnings and escalating levels that were being announced real-time."

The Valfors' wedding ceremony took place around the time the eruption began, creating the stunning visuals.

The couple said "I do" as the eruption took place.

Plumes of smoke covered the sky, as is visible in the sweeping shot captured by Randolf, but the couple didn't let the eruption deter them from celebrating.

The Taal volcano began spewing lava on Monday.

The Valfors' wedding night ended peacefully, despite the foreboding image of the volcano nearby.

Following the ash eruption on Sunday, the Taal volcano began spewing lava on Monday, putting 450,000 people in the surrounding danger zone.

Residents are also being warned that a "volcanic tsunami" could be an aftereffect of the eruption.

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