Harvey's Supermarket in Albany, Ga. ended up being the unexpected, though perfect setting for two lovebirds to tie the knot. Mary and Larry Tinson reunited at Harvey's Supermarket where they originally met four years ago on Thanksgiving when they were looking for last-minute recipe additions, to get married. Congrats to these two!
Oof. This is not the bachelorette party that you ever want to find yourself attending. Sounds like a bit of a nightmare! If you want some more wedding drama, we recommend checking out the time a Bridezilla's crazy wedding guest requirements got a ceremonial roasting.
You're about to fall in love with a new star -- Prince Michael! The newlyweds first adopted Prince Michael, a British short-hair, 5 years ago and knew from the start they were going to involve the furriest little member of the family in the celebration in a huge way -- as one of the groomsmen.
Prince Michael's adopted dad, Aaron Benitez, revealed on Good Morning America, "He's been a huge part of our lives ever since we started dating. Even as a kitten, Michael would ride the subway with me, go to Central Park, Joshua Tree, and the beach. Our first Valentine's Day, we brought him along for the day and have made it a tradition ever since to include him."
They dressed Prince Michael in a tuxedo for the occasion and the wedding photographers, Jonnie and Garrett Burks, were taken back, stating they've both never seen anything quite like a cat as a groomsman.
With wedding season running along the wedding dramas and bridezilla horror stories are really coming out of the woodwork. This particular wedding nightmare involving a saddened bride, pressured by her family to give up her wedding venue to her pregnant sister because she "needs it more" is all kinds of messed up. Many of the responses offer moral support to the distressed bride, and pretty much say that her family can go screw themselves.
Everyone agrees: The most important part of the wedding is the hashtag.
You could have the right dress, cake, and DJ, but if your hashtag fails to inspire and delight your guests, guess what, no one had a good time. The hashtag lives on long after the music ends and leaves an indelible print on your pictures. It’s the first thing that guests ask for and the last thing they forget.
So why would you leave the hashtag up to the amateurs?
Gunning for the title of most millennial job of 2016, Marielle Wakim, a Los Angeles-based magazine editor, is offering personalized wedding for a low, low price. “Happily Ever #Hashtagged,” Wakim’s business offers hashtags, charging $40 for one and $115 for three options. She’s also willing to tag bachelor and bachelorette parties.
Recently, Wakim’s wedding hashtags were featured on Good Morning America, where John Legend didn’t seem too impressed by them. Although, we’re in agreement, the one she wrote for George and Amal Clooney, “AmalYourGeorge,” was pretty solid.
For more on Wakim, check out her interview in Mashable or simply call her because you don’t want your special day to be ruined, do you?
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In what can only be described as an attempt to make the rest of us feel terrible about ourselves, this Russian couple had an actual, real-life bear in their wedding photos. Before you ask: Yes, the bear is wearing a little bow-tie, and no, we're not happy about it.
The couple, who clearly thinks they're better than all of us, posed gazing into each other' eyes while holding a bear's paw, acting as if this is how normal humans get married. Message received: Our wedding's are boring.
Yalonda and Kayla Solseng are true princesses in love.
They captured their love, Disney-style, in a princess-themed engagement shoot in Glyndon, Minnesota, showing their love for the TV show "Once Upon A Time."
They started dating two-and-half years ago, and happily got hitched on September 3rd.They hope their story inspires other couples to create their own fairy tales, no matter the sexual preference.
"Gay marriage has been legalized in the U.S. for over a year and we hardly have gay or lesbian characters in children's movies ― let alone them being main characters," Yalonda said. "Kids want to be the characters they grow up with but when none of the characters represent you, then you feel alone. I want our photos to be shown to kids and families as a way of saying it's okay to be who you are. It's okay to be with the person you love."
This marriage started off with a rattle and their photographer was there to capture it all.
On the way to their reception, Jonny and Laura Loretz made a quick pit stop at their favorite hiking trail to sneak in a photo shoot with their photographer Maddie Mae Wilbur. The couple was only 50 feet from the parking lot when a rattlesnake came OUT OF NOWHERE and bit Johnny in the leg.
A park ranger just so happened to be driving by, so the trio desperately waved to get his attention.
Wisdom teeth are a girl's best friend?
California couple Lucas Unger and Carlee Leifkes think so. Unger used his very own wisdom tooth set into a ring for the couple's Halloween proposal.
The two love birds met at a music festival in Canada earlier this year.
"So incredibly excited to marry my best friend, the man who knows that his wisdom tooth means more to me than a diamond," Leifkes wrote on Facebook.
"We have never been the "traditional couple," why the heck start now?"
Indeed. No need to start now.
Most single people hope to meet someone they'll marry at a wedding when they have to show up stag, but probably not when they're children.
Fate seems to have decided the course of this North Carolina couple for putting them together as a ring bearer and a flower girl, only to see them wind up married 17 years later in the exact same church.
Adrian Franklin can remember the exact moment when he was told he had to be in a wedding with Brooke. He was only five years old but to him it was like yesterday, "I was devastated. I was like 'tell me I don't have to walk down the aisle with her!"
Seventeen years ago, he was the ring bearer and she was the flower girl in the wedding of a family friend. Brooke, who was also five, said she had the biggest crush on Adrian. He knew it and he hated it.
"We went to school together and I would always try to play with him on the playground and he wouldn't have anything to do with it," Brooke said.
"I was always trying to get away from her and run from her and hide from her," Adrian said.
Boy how things change.
Sounds like a match made in triviality.
Jessica Baker was all set to attend a wedding with her husband when she received a call from her mom, KARE11 says.
"She called at the last minute and had something come up and said I can't make it," said Baker.
Her mom was supposed to watch their kids. And since the invitation said no children, that meant no wedding. But then this week, she received a bill for the dinner they were supposed to have enjoyed.
"You've got to be kidding me," she said with a smile. "It listed, we would have had two herb crusted walleye and there was also a service and tax charge."
The total came to $75.90.
"This cost reflects the amount paid by the bride and groom for meals that were RSVP'd for, reimbursement and explanation for no show, card, call or text would be appreciated," the note read.
We're surprised they didn't also ask where their gift was. What kind of petty nonsense is this?
And $30 for a walleye! Those must be some pretty pricey herbs crusted onto it.
Who'd want to be friends with this couple anyway?