Getting engaged to be married can be one of the most exciting things to happen in one’s lifetime. Traditionally, it’s stressful for the man. They have to pick out the perfect ring and come up with a memorable way to ask their girlfriend to marry them. Not only that, they are pretty much putting it all on the line in hopes that she says yes! Once a couple is engaged, the really stressful part comes next because they now have to plan a wedding. But what happens when a couple is asked if they want to see what they’ll look like when they are 50, 70, even 90 years old? Well that’s exactly what happened with this couple. Watch as this couple ages 50 years with the help of makeup artists.
Meet Kristie and Travis. They’re getting married very soon after being together for 8 years. Kristie is from St. Louis and Tavis is from Boston. They met in New York where they both went to college. They were given the opportunity, thanks to a group of make up artists, to have the ability to see each other as they grow old. In the above picture, you’ll see them in their late 20s.
The makeup artists take their time to slowly transform Kristie and Tavis into older versions of themselves. Here you see them in their 50s.
As the makeup artists continue to age them, Kristie and Tavis get more and more emotional. Seeing themselves in their 70s brings on amazing emotions of how their lives will be 50 years from now.
Once they are aged into their 90s, they become very sentimental and can’t wait to see what their future holds for them. This may be one of the sweetest couples I’ve ever seen.
Below is the full video of Kristie and Tavis’ transformations from their late 20s to their 90s.
What an amazing opportunity to see what you and your spouse will look like in your later years. It definitely brought on some emotions like what led them to this point in their life and what they may have experienced during that time. I’ll admit, I got a little teary eyed. Once you have found the one, you look forward to growing old together and building a life for yourselves. We wish Kristie and Tavis a long and happy marriage!