We wouldn't want to get on this bride's bad side!
Photo by Ryan S. Burkett
Photographer Ryan S. Burkett told The Huffington Post that the idea to take the "Star Wars"-inspired photo came from the groom, Rob Clarke, who had taken a similar photo with his best man on his cellphone earlier that week .
"I'm a huge 'Star Wars' fan and I had never done one so it did seem fitting." Burkett said. "They were a great couple and this seemed to fit the playfulness of them."
It took the group seven tries before they got the perfect jumping, mid-air shot.
But Burkett and the Clarkes aren't the first people to recreate this famous movie scene. In April 2013, a "Vadering" Internet meme began gaining popularity among "Star Wars" devotees, who shared photos of themselves using "The Force" to lift "victims" off the ground.
Click through the slideshow below for eight more "Star Wars" weddings and proposals.
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