Here we post memorable captures of bride, groom, couple, and many more. These are specially handpicked as we want to share with you beautiful, touching and crazy moments that will surely brighten your day: from Celebrity Weddings to Ordinary Weddings with Extraordinary Experiences. Enjoy! ☺ #memorableCaptureOfTheDay
I’m so cute! #flowerGirlsOfTheDay
A compilation of flower girls’ pictures that will surely lighten up your day. You would want them to throw petals on your wedding day! :3
I Can Wear Anything I Want #brideOfTheDay
Unusual Wedding Outfits of Celebrities: Avril Lavigne, Britney Spears, Katie Price, Bianca Jagger, Yoko Ono, Gwen Stefani, Tina Turner & Celine Dion.
Green Weeding.. I mean Wedding #weddingOfTheDay
John Elledge and Whitney Alexander, from the state of Oregon, decided to augment the standard open bar with a ‘weed tent.’ The weed tent was completely legal as long as the couple followed some basic rules, credits to Oregon Measure 91. “My fiance, John, has been in the medical marijuana industry in Oregon for years,” Whitney told The Huffington Post. “We were happy to give our guests, especially the ones from out of town, a unique experience,” said Whitney
She is My Rock #coupleOfTheDay
Tracy Jamal Morgan, an American actor and comedian from Saturday Night Live, and Megan Wollover, an actress from Unholy Roller, married last August 23, 2015. “The very first thing I said to Megan when I met her was, ‘You are going to be my wife,” Tracy tells People Exclusive. “No joke, before I even said ‘Hello,’ I knew we would be married one day.” “Megan was by my side throughout all of the hard times of this past year,” he says. “She is my rock, and I couldn’t be happier to have her take my last name. We are the Morgans!” – Tracy said.
A Heartbreaking Wedding #brideOfTheDay
Nasoin Akhter, a 15-yr-old Bangladeshi, got married to a 32-yr-old man last August 20, 2015 in Manikganj, Bangladesh. Child marriage in Bangladesh is a persistent problem despite minimum age laws and government vows to stop the practice. Their ‘reasons’ for this are poverty, poor access to education and cultural traditions. Hopefully this stops ASAP.
Ronan Keating from BoyZone #groomOfTheDay
The first photo of newlyweds, Ronan and Storm Keating, released by Hello! magazine. The two lovebirds married at a luxury estate and golf club in Scotland last August 17, 2015. They posed for the cover for Hello! magazine. “It was a perfect day. We always wanted the wedding party to be just us and the kids,” “It’s so special for me that Storm would want the girls (Keating’s daughters) to be by her side. I’m so proud and honoured. It means the world to me.” – said Keating to Hello!
HOT Magazine Cover Girl #brideOfTheDay
Sofia Vergara models a selection of gowns as the cover girl for Martha Stewart Weddings. She will also tie the knot with his hunky fiancé, Joe Manganiello. “I want a wedding where the guests are going to have fun. It’s about creating memories that you’re always going to cherish. That’s what’s important.” – Sofia
Stranger Saves the Day! #strangerOfTheDay
Rhian March was stranded over five miles away from the registry office in Croydon Town Hall, south London when her Rolls Royce failed to show up to take her to her memorable wedding. What’s worse is that she didn’t bring her mobile phone! Luckily, a stranger, Martin Shirley, saw the poor bride with her father and took them both in his Vauxhall Insignia to a five mile journey. “I was trying to keep calm, trying not to cry and I was also panicking at the thought my future husband was thinking I’d stood him up. He was just the nicest man I have ever met.” “He put everything on hold for us, he’s like my guardian angel.” “I had a brilliant day – if anything, the drama made it better.” – said Rhian
The Most Generous Newlyweds #NewlywedsOfTheDay
These two lovebirds are Turkish newlyweds. They spent their memorable wedding day feeding 4,000 Syrian Refugees. Fethullah Üzümcüoğlu and Esra Polat truly are like angels to these people. The idea came from the groom’s father, who volunteers for a Turkish relief organization, Kimse Yok Mu (KYM). “In southeastern Turkey, there is a real culture of sharing with people in need. They love to share their food, their table, everything they have. That’s why the bride also accepted. And afterwards she was quite amazed about it,” says Hatice Avci, the international communications manager of KYM.