Nuptial traditions have forced families to shell out an insurmountable amount of money in recent trying times for most. It appears that a celebratory event can only take the form of excessive display of affluence and a show of ‘we have gone all out for our child.’
The groom dressed up, took a motorbike, his father and two friends on another motorbike and sped away to his bride's home in Uttar Pradesh, India, on Thursday night.
The Sri Lankan couple cancelled a wedding party and instead, shared their wedding day with some of their neediest neighbors who have been economically hit due to the lock down following the new coronavirus.
Alex Fleear, the owner of Ava Clara Couture Bridal, created Tulle for Teachers, a non-profit organization to support public school teachers. She wanted teachers to get more recognition, the way members of the military do.
Sheikh Mohammed decided to congratulate his sons and daughters at a time when weddings have become simpler and affordable focusing on happiness of families, relatives and friends.
In a mass wedding ceremony held in Rajasthan, India, 47 differently-abled, underprivileged couples tied the nuptial knot.
The complainant – the office owner – testified that his office based in Abu Shagara was robbed on Nov.25, 2019, adding that on the day of the incident, he was notified of the theft by one of his female employees.
It's not a scene from the Hollywood hit "Runaway Bride" but a traditional Serbian wedding ceremony — only with most of the roles played by Chinese tourists. Enticed by visa-free travel and low costs compared to Western Europe, the Chinese have been coming to Serbia in their droves.
Weddings, birthdays and celebrations have been cancelled around the world because of the coronavirus pandemic but in the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the virus first appeared, they are finally resuming as authorities relax a strict lockdown.