If you're feeling a little emotionally fragile, this one might just tip you over the edge.
A Nebraska couple has proven they're true 'marriage goals' with a photoshoot to celebrate their 60th anniversary, wearing their original wedding attire.
Marvin and Lucille Stone were snapped dancing together in an open field by local photographer Katy Audry.
Lucille, 81, wore the white lace gown she had sewn by hand for their nuptials in 1960. Marvin, 88, wore his original black tuxedo.
Audry posted the amazing photos on Facebook in a post that racked up over 1500 likes and 900 shares.
"This may be one of my favourite sessions to date!" Audry captioned the pictures.
"These two lovebirds even wore their original wedding attire for the session."
Audry said the Stones offered her five pieces of advice for a long-lasting marriage:
- Work hard
- Be kind to one another
- Think before you speak
- Rely on each other's strengths to overcome your weakness
- Stay strong in your faith
"What an amazing example these two are of true love standing the test of time," Audry finished the post.
Lucille told local media outlet KHGI-TV the reason their marriage was so successful was that "from day one we have assumed marriage is forever".
"You do what you have to do and by no means have we been perfect in our marriage. We've had arguments. We've had disagreements, but on the big things we're pretty much on the same track.
"We don't always agree but we have the main focus that we've always had, so it just kind of moves along," Marvin added.
"We have had similar values and so it has worked out pretty well and, I don't know, we never spent any time considering separating."