Drones seem to be turning up everywhere these days, so it was only a matter of time before the flying motorized giant insects would make their way to wedding photo shoots. Sit back, relax and enjoy this happy couple on their big day.
While we’re not sure the bride and groom are standing in the safest of spots, we still have to hand it to Kay-Leigh and Gervan Diaz for celebrating their just-married status with a BMW E46 M3 spinning donuts around them.
Apparently this went down at a wedding, but the where and when don’t matter. What matters is the lady in black and her unique and… primal dance style. She looks like she was summoning a force of nature.
A couple’s most romantic oceanside moment is ruined as an unexpected wave crashes in and carries them ashore. Still, all’s well that ends well, and they’ll certainly never forget it.
New York Times tech writer David Pogue decided to pop the question to his girlfriend by creating a fake movie trailer version of their love story and persuading a resort to play it before a real movie.
Isaac wanted to propose to his girlfriend Amy in a memorable way, so he asked his friends and family to help out, pulling off this massive, irresistible production number. (Thanks Everyone!)
As part of the ceremony, the woman in the middle shares the bride and groom’s love story with the crowd, but then screws it up… in the best way possible. You sly dog you.
Confused? This is from the Australian show Four Weddings, where brides attend each other’s weddings and rate them for a chance at a luxury honeymoon. They edited out the riddle game.
Usually whipping out the ring is enough of an attention grabber when proposing to your girl, but this guy thought it would be much better to scare the crap out of his bride-to-be instead.
If you didn’t have the 3 hours or the patience to watch The Royal Wedding, here’s an amusing, overdubbed version to bring you up to speed, conveniently abbreviated to 1:30. (Thanks Maffin!)