Kendall James Murphy was a firefighter who died in 2017 when his colleague crashed a firetruck at a job.
Knepp told WXIN that she agreed and would do anything to help.
Padgett's community in Daviess County, Indiana also presented her with a stack of hundreds of supportive letters, according to Fox 59.
Since the shoot, photos have been shared on social media resulting in a flood of responses.
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In some of the photos Mr Murphy had been photoshopped into the background. But, you know, if you miss them you were BLESSED.
The photographer wrote: 'She made broken look attractive and strong look invincible.
The photoshoot ended at the site where Mr Murphy was buried. "I wanted to be where he was", said Jessica.
About 10 months later, though, when their planned wedding date arrived, Padgett still put on her white dress.
The Montgomery Fire Station, which he worked for, and St. Peter Catholic Church helped to "paint the town red" to honour him.
Murphy was one of five firefighters from IN honored at the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service on Sunday IN Washington.
The touching photos were taken by Mandi Knepp of * a href="https://www.facebook.com/Loving-Life-Photography-142206792609300/?tn-str=k*F" *Loving Life Photography and posted on Facebook.