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These couples took engagement photos in their favorite stores, and fluorescent lighting has never looked more romantic
Couples who took engagement photos in stores like Target, Costco, and Publix made the fluorescent lighting look as romantic as any candle-lit setting.
After her husband’s death, a woman and her friends drank beer in their wedding dresses for an uplifting ‘Friends’-inspired photoshoo...
When she came across her wedding dress in storage, Katie Swantek was inspired by an episode of "Friends" to take more photos wearing it.
It may sound strange to buy a wedding ring online, but there are a lot of great options. My husband and I bought our wedding bands from Blue Nile.
Police say a Texas woman dubbed ‘The Wedding Crasher’ is stealing envelopes of cash and gift cards from receptions
According to a Monday news release, the unidentified woman has targeted multiple weddings in and around Comal County, Texas, in the last eight months.
A New York Times article about the perfect workout for every ‘wedding dress silhouette’ sparked internet outrage, and health experts agree...
Even after the paper changed its headline and deleted sections of the story, fitness and mental health professionals found it problematic.
A couple’s dog expertly photobombed their engagement photos and the hilarious outtakes are going viral
A couple's puppy got a little bit overexcited at their engagement photoshoot, and people can't stop laughing at the results.
Couples are taking engagement photos at stores like Target and Costco. Here’s why it’s a growing trend.
We asked photographers why people are taking engagement photos in grocery stores and fast food chains — and what might be behind this growing trend.
Alexandra and Dylan met three years ago while working at a Publix supermarket. Why not take engagement photos where it all began?
YouTuber Tana Mongeau admits her wedding isn’t legally binding on paper, but slams critics who think she and Jake Paul are ‘just putting o...
In a video posted Monday, Mongeau said that the wedding itself wasn't legally binding on paper, but that the relationship between the couple is real.
A new study examined the average cost of wedding registries in each state and found the most expensive were in Utah, North Carolina, and Virginia.