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.
Lenore Cusick's grandma, Jean "G" Altman, made it known far in advance of Cusick's wedding that she wanted a special photo taken with the bride.
A young couple had plans to tie the knot in Mexico City this week, but their world was shattered by the devastating 7.1 magnitude earthquake that rocked the nation. Jorge Daniel Huitzil and Erika Castillo Aparicio tried to reschedule their civil ceremony, which would have been followed by a church service, but they learned they would lose their slot at city hall — and the 1,019 pesos (about $60) they had paid to reserve it, the New York Post reports.
A woman had her wedding and engagement rings resized by Kay Jewelers, but Hurricane Irma flooded the warehouse where the rings were stored and now they're missing.
Whenever there’s a hurricane, or any kind of disaster that causes power outages, impacted individuals are generally quick to talk about the energy companies as giant abstract entities that never work fast enough to get the lights back on. In fact, it’s up to the people, such as Duke Energy lineman Jim LeBlanc, to get in their bucket trucks or climb dangerous poles and physically fix those power lines. LeBlanc just missed his son’s wedding this week to get residents in Largo, Fla., back online after Hurricane Irma.
When he went down on one knee before his partner, a Missouri man was hoping to gain a wife. Instead, he lost something.
A Houston couple decided keep their ceremony date and cancel the reception, giving the money they'd spend on it to friends and family who needed it to rebuild their homes.
A Canadian couple's childhood friend Mack Evenden used his drone photography skills to come up with the perfect video and photo plan for their wedding: He had their guests form a perfect heart around them, and captured it using a drone in the sky.
When Kristy Mathoslah found the dress in her flooded house, she was ready to throw it out. But someone else suggested that she try it on one last time. The resulting photos are beautiful and heartwarming (though the dress was damp and smelly). A local dry cleaner has offered to try to salvage and restore the dress
While doing his duty as a firefighter in the midst of Hurricane Harvey’s damage to the Houston area, Kyle Parry had something else on his mind: his upcoming wedding.
One bride-to-be in Washington, D.C., just had the perfect dinosaur-themed bridal shower — and her family and friends went all out.
A Twitter user created a meme to make fun of small engagement rings, but ended up inspiring women to proudly share photos of their own small rings.
Having been thwarted twice in their own part of Texas, this hoping-to-be-married couple took their wedding plans toward the coast, to Houston.
Choosing a color palette to reflect the fall season means that you’re picking colors that complement the colors of the season, whether it’s the leaves, foods or fashion.
Ayesha and Stephen Curry coupled up for a friends’ wedding over the weekend. The Curry family is beloved by fans, both for Stephen Curry‘s Golden State Warriors championship rings and for the positive attitude with which they seem to approach married and family life. “Just celebrating,” Ayesha captioned a sweet couple photo.
Three brothers hosted a unique triple wedding in Slemon Park, P.E.I., this past Saturday. "One of my brothers, David, has been engaged for a while, my other brother Robert was talking about becoming engaged, I reunited with a girl I knew from years ago, 25-30 years ago," explained Stephen DesRoches, one of the three brothers married. Being in different provinces made wedding planning a bit trickier than they thought, he said.