It’s usually easy to spot the bride at a wedding since she would be the one wearing a gorgeous white gown. However, one woman decided to share the spotlight with her married friends. The generous lady asked the married women who were attending the event to wear their own bridal dresses to the momentous occasion.
Audrey Moore says she is one of the final women to actually get married in her friendship group. To celebrate her union with Jesse Lumen, Audrey wanted her friends to look gorgeous as well. Interestingly, the blushing bride had an unusual request for her friends and the resulting photos are truly amazing.
Audrey wanted to see her friends wearing their bridal dresses to her wedding.
Audrey and Jesse walk down the aisle.
Audrey had a sweet and thoughtful reason for asking her friends to wear their wedding dresses. According to the Breaking Bad actor, she wanted to see the ladies to reminisce their own weddings when Audrey tied the knot.
“I’ve been to all of their weddings and I saw them all in their beautiful dresses,” Audrey said. “I wanted them to have the opportunity to wear their really magical, beautiful dress a second time.”
Needless to say, the effect was awesome. “It was like watching a group of princesses come to life,” she said.
The wedding was truly a romantic and joyous event.
The groom leaps for joy with the groomsmen.
Audrey herself wore a gorgeous ice-blue princess gown that made her look like Queen Elsa from Frozen. Most of her friends were all decked in white so the bride herself still stood out.
The wedding guests in bridal dresses were not the only unexpected outfits at Audrey’s wedding. Her groom Jesse and his friends had their own twist by wearing tux hoodies. .
What do you think of this awesome bride and her guests in their wedding dresses? Let us know in the comments below.
Mike Tyson Once Offered Zookeeper $10,000 to Let Him Fight Silverback Gorilla
If this is not enough evidence that Mike may be a little crazy, we don’t know what is.
Mike Tyson has become super famous not only for his reputation as one of the most savage boxers in history. His life outside the ring is as colorful as his storied career. Remember that ear-biting incident with Evander Holyfield?
But that's not the only outrageous thing he has done. Iron Mike actually tried to fight a gorilla - yes, a GORILLA - for $10,000!
Who's crazy enough to fight a gorilla, let alone pay for it? Only Iron Mike Tyson!
Japanese Couple With Combined Age Of 208 Set Record As Oldest Living Married Couple
They have been married for almost a century!
Keeping a lasting relationship can be difficult for some people. However, one Japanese couple has proven that love can last for almost a century. The centenarians have been together for more than 80 years and with the combined age of 208, they have set the world record for the oldest living married couple.
Masao Matsumoto and Miyako Sonoda were married on October 20, 1937, and have lived a truly interesting life together. Masao was born on July 9, 1910, which makes him 108 years old. His wife was born on November 24, 1917, and has just turned 100. Their combined age of 208 has allowed them to claim the Guinness World Record for the Oldest Living Married Couple, Aggregate Age.
The couple almost didn't get married when they started dating.
Seven-Year-Old Boy Dubbed The ‘Fastest Kid In The World’
Is he the next Usain Bolt?
Several months ago, LeBron James posted a clip of Rudolph “Blaze” Ingram Jr. playing football and it quickly went viral. Now, the seven-year-old breaks a USA Track and Field record over the weekend.
The young boy took the internet by storm yet again after a video was posted online oh him completing a 100-meter sprint in 13.48 seconds. Blaze is often being compared to Usain Bolt, a Jamaican sprinter who is currently holding the title of 9.58 seconds.
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