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Wedding

The Missing S

“This photo was taken right after we had finished hair and makeup for my sister (the bride) and the bridesmaids (myself and my sisters and the bride’s best friend). Her wedding took place in an old fire station in Springfield, MO, and there was a bunch of cool antique paintings on the brick wall inside. This particular wall actually says “SHOES,” but when the photos came out and we posted them online, we finally realized what a grave mistake we had made. Whoops.”

(submitted by Victoria) 

A Tree Branch Runs Through It

“My parents’ wedding photos from 1987. Apparently the photographer turned into a page 3 photographer.”

(submitted by IG @minnazcliff)

Middle Square

“My aunt and uncle’s wedding pic, with my aunt’s post-divorce alteration. I’m the (obvious) Michael Jackson fan in the red dress.”

(submitted by Jennifer)

A Pose They Couldn’t Refuse

“My parents’ wedding, circa 1986. Apparently, the Marlon Brando ‘Godfather‘ pose was very in back then. Cheers to the happy wedding couple? I’m not quite sure!”

(submitted by Gina)

The Stinkeye

“After we had just finished 2 hours of wedding photos.”

(submitted by Matthew)

The Collector

“It’s a pity the bride was too small for the wedding night.”

(submitted by Steve)

Uncle Dale’s Run For The Border

“This is a shot of my husband and I leaving our wedding reception and heading to Mexico for our honeymoon. My very inebriated Uncle Dale walked up as we were leaving, tapped on my new husband’s window, and yelled out ‘If y’all go to Taco Bell, bring me back a taco!’ Unfortunately, we missed out on getting a shot of him dancing to Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ in the courtyard by himself…”

(submitted by Jamie)

The Silent Protest

“This is me, my brother, and my folks. We are at my cousin’s wedding. Evidently Mom was unhappy about something.”

(submitted by Kimberly)

Bullish

“My parents right after they got married.”

(submitted by Blayke)

Gimme Some Sugar

“This is a picture from our wedding day. After the ceremony, we dismissed the pews and when my new husband leaned down to kiss my Grandma on the cheek, I think he got a little more than he bargained for!”

(submitted by Amy)