Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian are married! The tennis superstar and Reddit co-founder wed in an intimate ceremony on Thursday in New Orleans.
Caleb and Casey Light had an unusual visitor show up at their wedding in St. James, Mo. — just in time to photobomb their first look.
Thad Nelson and Aren Muse were absolutely not expecting their wedding photos to become the hottest thing on Twitter last week, and their humble reaction to their sudden popularity is possibly even more attractive than their flowing locks.
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.
There are many tough decisions to be made when it comes to organising a wedding. But honestly, there's one easy choice: doughnuts. Specifically, we're talking doughnut bouquets, which made an appearance at the wedding of Australian bride Paige Kirk, replacing traditional flower arrangements. SEE ALSO: When someone tells you to make a 'silly face,' take this bridesmaid's advice "Me and my husband Steven thought it would be different, fun and lighthearted," Kirk told BBC News . Image: dessert boxesWhile you've probably seen a doughnut bouquet before, it's not every day you'll see the bride walking down the aisle with one. But hey, that's the whole point of the spectacle. "We wanted the wedding to be a bit different and really reflect who we are as a couple," Kirk explained to the news outlet. The bouquets were created by Sydney company Dessert Boxes, who ran a competition earlier this year to find a deserving bride — they received more than 250 applicants. The moment that the Bride told the bridesmaids that they'll be walking down the aisle with donut bouquets! A post shared by Dessert Boxes™ (@dessertboxes) on Sep 11, 2017 at 1:47am PDT "We chose Paige because we loved her lighthearted approach to this!" Dessert Boxes' Samantha Khater said via Messenger. "Plus, she wanted to keep it a surprise from her bridesmaids which we knew would make for a great reaction on the day." No surprises if these make another appearance at your next wedding. WATCH: How to respond when your coworker asks you, "How was your weekend?"
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
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.
A couple invited former President Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama to their wedding and received a lovely note in response.
After their wedding, Jamie Fox's husband, David, decided to try on her wedding gown, and she donned his suit, and it turned out to be an excellent idea.
With her wedding just two months away, Amber McGraw didn't know what to do next when her wedding gown supplier closed up shop. This is her story.
One woman incorporated the dresses from eight relatives — including lace from her great-great-grandmother's 1860 gown — into her wedding gown and bridal party accessories.
A few days ago, a Reddit user named moxin84 shared a photo of a wedding RSVP card that listed entrées that would be available, and asked guests to choose one. Clearly this was a print or layout mistake, and the purpose was to select a children's meal (i.e., chicken fingers — not an actual kid on a plate).