Her parents had left early to arrive at the venue, but were in a car crash which meant they were delayed.
Priceless images show a "bride" — who happens to be the couple's close male friend — pulling off an epic prank on the emotional groom.
She found the ring in her boyfriend's bedside table before he had even found the chance to propose.
Brittany and Clayton Cook were taking full advantage of the warm September weather on their wedding day, posing for pictures at Victoria Park in London, Ontario. But while Brittany posed for a couple of solo pics, Clay suddenly noticed something was wrong — and sprang into action.
The 70-year-old man and his 67-year-old love became Instagram stars, still have plenty of passion, and are now husband and wife.
Reddit user Zebidee posted the cheeky photo with the comment, "If you want to wind up in the same country as your wedding outfits, don't fly Delta Airlines."
Is this the sweetest proposal story ever? Forget getting down on bended knee, this could be the sweetest proposal story ever. Just one week after Candice Catherine started dating her now husband, Timothy, he began sending her love letters.
A couple in China might have started a new wedding trend, especially among future brides concerned about their appearance on their big day. Wu Shuai switched outfits with Ou Qian for their nuptials last week because his bride was concerned that she would look overweight in her wedding dress. According to a Facebook post that has gone viral, Wu and Ou’s clever switch-up took place in the city of Nanchong in the Sichuan province of China.
Double-barrelling, with its instantly posh-upping capabilities is another option, but while once a popular alternative it seems hyphenated surnames are no longer de rigueur. Approximately 800 British newlyweds a year choose to mash-up their surnames and the soaring popularity of the practice has meant that the UK Deed Poll Service has had to create a separate system to cope with demand.