Cute flower girl wants a kiss just like the bride!

When Anthony Palmer and Michelle Hall of Knoxville wed last weekend, Michelle's 4-year-old daughter Anderson was the flower girl.

(WBIR-Knoxville) Wedding photos capture moments the bride and groom will remember for the rest of their lives.

But some are a little more memorable than others.

When Anthony Palmer and Michelle Hall of Knoxville wed last weekend, Michelle's 4-year-old daughter Anderson was the flower girl.

Photographer Leah Bullard instantly took note of her bubbly personality.

"She was calling herself the bride the whole day," said Bullard.

"Ike was the ring bearer, and I was the flower girl. Momma was the bride and Anthony..umm..umm...like kissed her," said Anderson.

And that served as inspiration for little Anderson!

"I was setting up the bridal party to take the bridal party photographs, like I do at every wedding, and so I took a few shots of that, and then I said, 'Okay, I need the bride and groom to kiss.' So, when I said that, well naturally...she thought I was referring to her, because she thought she was the bride and so naturally she just leaned in for a kiss and kissed that ringbearer!" said Bullard.

"Guess what! When momma kissed, Ikey and I kissed!! I was trying to get Ikey to kiss me..." said Anderson.

"I said...'Okay, let's try that again, one more time bride and groom kiss...' and she really went for it that time, and it was hilarious!" said Bullard. "I strive to capture the moment of the day, so for me to be able to capture that moment, that's a moment that the families can look back on for years to come and laugh and relive it over again."

Bullard said everyone in the wedding party got a great laugh out of the sweet and spontaneous moment.

As for the budding "relationship" between Anderson and Ike...

"He was the best ringbearer ever! And he thought I was the best flower girl ever! We're best friends," said Anderson.

Best friends. Who created a priceless wedding moment!

The Palmers, by the way, are on their honeymoon in Jamaica.


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