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Wedding

Grandma The Ripper

“Judging from the family photo album, my grandma didn’t like my aunt’s first husband.”

(submitted by IG @glamouramalola)

The Kill Scene

“Mom and Dad were world travelers and the house was filled with odd and beautiful pieces of art. For my wedding day photos, the photographer cleared an area of the living room, but kept one small table and statue in view.  The statue is a polar bear killing a seal. He went with ‘odd’ instead of ‘beautiful’.”

(submitted by Sonia)

 

Wipeout

“My sister and I are posed for a quick photo before her wedding. Meanwhile my mom is changing my nephew’s diaper in the background but no one noticed it! We have all passed the picture around and had a lot of laughs.”

(submitted by Billie)

Mother Interruptus

“My mother was not happy to see my new wife and I ride off into the sunset.”

(submitted by Robbie)

The Wedding Party

“We were having a great time at my wedding.”

(submitted by IG @oliviastarsinmycrown

Do The Bustle

“My sister trying to do my bustle for wedding pics. Looks like I have very long legs!”

(submitted by Brooke)

Full Service

“My father walked my sister down the aisle while my mom cleaned some lint on the carpet.”

(submitted by IG @ripperlee123

The Wedding Tackle

“This is a picture from my sister’s wedding. My daughter is the flower girl and my son is the linebacker. My son would not stand still for the pictures so my husband held him until the photographer was ready. When the photographer was ready, my husband let my son go and this was the result. Please Laugh and ENJOY. We did!”

(submitted by Allison) 

The Anniversary Party

“For my parents 20th anniversary, my mom decided to dress up in her wedding dress and get our family Christmas photos done in front of the place they were married. I’m the girl bending over trying to hold down my brother who wanted to get away for obvious reasons. Needless to say, it was not everything my mom had hoped for.”

(submitted by Shea)

Shirts & Skins

“My Wedding: August of 2004. In what has become known as a “family” thing, men from his side shed clothes as the night goes on. This is me and my husband’s Uncle about halfway through our reception at a local restaurant/bar.”

(submitted by Anne-Marye)