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And the award for the best/most effed up prank ever goes to these guys...Mitchell was told his good buddy, David, was getting married and he would be the "best man." He was skeptical at first, but eventually gave in and believed it. For over two months he planned the bachelor party and even made a video giving advice to the husband-and-wife-to-be, until they finally revealed to him it was all a prank. Poor Mitchell!
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John worked with Blue Kite Cinema to set up a musical surprise for his new bride. During the best man's speech, wedding guests started signing. The bride's dad also got in on the act before John started his own lovely song. Not a bad way for the bride to get dinner and a show.
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Omar lives in London, 5,437 miles from his girlfriend, Susan. They've spent the last two years in a long distance relationship. When it came time to propose, Omar traveled the distance and organized an a cappella rendition of Seasons of Love from Rent, before dropping to a knee and surprising her with a ring. Aww!
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Comedian John Mulaney dishes out wedding advice with his special brand of dry (I absolutely mean that in a good way) humor. Some of his answers are more entertaining than outright helpful, but should at least serve to lighten your mood during the turbulent time that is planning a wedding.
A wedding in Masschusetts was quickly interrupted by a host of bugs. However, the lovely couple went ahead with the beach wedding despite being swarmed by the insects. If the couple can get through that, they can certainly deal with arguing over weekend plans or bills at the very least.
Now you can have your dream Disney wedding cake that tells your own personal fairytale and eat it too! Thanks to cool projection mapping technology, Disney Weddings now offers digitally augmented cakes that are quite the sight to see, and are still perfectly edible.
Brian and Mandy biked 14 miles, hiked another 24 miles and climbed the northeast face of Pingora Peak in Wyoming. They traveled for a total of 45 hours on their way to tie the knot. It's one of the most beautifully shot original weddings you'll ever see!
Drew is a Marine who's supposed to be stationed in Japan, or so his sister, Kady, thought. She got the surprise of a lifetime as she walked down the stairs at her wedding and saw her brother standing there. He had flown all the way home to Iowa to surprise everyone. Aww!
It's a supermarket wedding! No seriously! The groom, Christian Kasper, put together a surprise flash-mob wedding for his fiancée, Jennifer Chou, at the supermarket where they first met. They said their "I dos" amongst the produce and she loved it! Aww!
An underwater photographer in China has taken wedding photos to a whole new level. The aquatic shots were developed by Mr. Wedding (who is actually a woman) and done with models in suits and wedding gowns. While these photos are supposed to make you think about "tying the knot," holding your breath seems to be the key to this type of shoot.
If only wedding toasts were always this good. Peter Knegt delivered what might be the best wedding toast ever at his mom's wedding. It turned out to be more of a roast than a toast, but everyone loved it, including mom. Peter joined RTM via Skype to tells us all about it.
Kathryn and Gil recently got married in Dallas, Texas. That's why her brothers, David and Jonathan, decided to write and perform a song for the glorious occasion. The guys performed the song at the couple's rehearsal dinner and went over the things that Kathryn had learned about men from her brothers. Her brother, David, joined RTM to discuss the song he wrote for his sibling.