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You may think you're watching a movie trailer, but this is actually something much more special. Bambo and Janice are successful lawyers in San Francisco that created the ultimate wedding announcement. Major Diamond Productions helped the happy couple make this awesome trailer and If the preview is anything like the final product, we definitely want to RSVP!
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To walk their daughter down the aisle is a right of passage for every man. For Jim, it's likely he'll never get to do for his daughter Josie. You see, Jim is terminally ill. Instead of regretting that fact for the rest of his life, family and friends put on a mock wedding for Josie. He will finally be able to walk her down the aisle.
Women at weddings can be absolutely vicious when it comes to catching the bouquet. The battle for the marital flowers is always epic, but this slow motion chase for the petals is awesome. It also has a winner that we didn't see coming.
Two-year-olds are rather intuitive. Watch as this adorable little girl gets caught up in the emotions of her parents' wedding song, "Feels Like Home" by Chantal Kreviazuk. We can't imagine the baby knows it's their song, but still, the connection is unbelievable.
These are the kinds of family relationships that we're jealous of. This mom and son had the most spectacular wedding dance we've ever seen. At first, it starts off slow and traditional then boom! That's when the real dance begins. Click here to hear from the stars of the video.
Imagine getting a chance to party with the guy who made it cool and eventually quite annoying to yell "Up in here, up in here" over and over. Awesome, right? Well, a lucky group of groomsmen did get that chance. A simple invite was all it took for DMX to hop on their bus and rap along to his hit, "X Gon' Give It to Ya." We guess crashing wedding parties is how "ruff ryders" roll these days.
You've heard of "shotgun weddings" but this particular celebration might as well be called a "machine gun wedding." After the ceremony, folks shot up the sky with hand and machine guns. It could be similar to the American tradition of throwing rice, but this just seems downright dangerous.
Ben Nissen and his wife Katie recently got married. However, they had quite the post-ceremony show, when the couple was able to call themselves 50 years in the future. This is obviously a joke, but the old couple tossed some witty banter back-and-forth with their younger selves. You actually forget that this is all a humorous plot by the couple, instead of just a conversation between two people. It's an absolutely awesome job by the newlyweds.
Isn't Peter Pan supposed to be against growing up? That is clearly not the case in this video. After a performance of Peter Pan: The Never Ending Story, the actor who plays Peter had a very important question for Wendy. Based on her reaction, she seems pretty excited.
Everything was like a fairytale before, but suddenly things have changed. Once you decide that you want to spend the rest of your life with someone, you have to remember that you're going to be spending the rest of your life... paying off the debt for an uber extravagant wedding if you're not careful. But there's so much to consider! Colors, flowers, cake toppers... to barn, or not to barn? It's a vicious battle between what others want, and trying to figure out what you want. It almost makes you forget how you got into this mess in the first place! Oh yeah, you got engaged.
Photobombs can be pretty awesome, and they can be even more awesome when they involve animals. From BuzzFeed, check out today's Daily Pet in the form of the greatest animal photobombs of 2013!
Gervin and Kay-Leigh recently got married and were serenaded with speed by a BMW on their wedding day. The car ran circles around the kissing couple in a ceremonial-like performance. This new gesture certainly has a ring to it.