Paul Hogan ‘stunned by ex’s marriage’

PAUL Hogan, 78, is reportedly “stunned” after reports that his ex-wife, Linda Kozlowski, 59, has married her Moroccan business partner Moulay Hafid Babaa.

The pair, who have been spotted wearing gold wedding rings, have been dating for four years.

Globe magazine said Hogan was shocked to learn of his ex-wife’s marriage. He and Kozlowski are parents to son, Chance.

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“He wants Linda to be happy, but probably wishes she was with him. There is still a part of him that will always love Linda and he maybe thought they’d still end up together,” a mutual friend told the magazine.

Hogan and Kozlowski met on the set of the 1986 classic Crocodile Dundee and were together for 24 years before she filed for divorce in 2014 citing irreconcilable differences.

Paul Hogan’s ex Linda Kozwolski and rumoured new husband Moulay Hafid Babaa. Picture: dreamydestiny.com

Mr Babaa is a Moroccan tour guide with a company called Dream My Destiny, which he co-founded with Kozlowski.

Hogan’s manager Douglas Urbanski told Mail Online his client was happy for Kozlowski.

“Paul is genuinely delighted at Linda’s news and wishes her all happiness in her new relationship. For real,” he said.

Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski and son Chance not long before they split. Picture: Thorpe Rupert

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Marriage proposal traditions & customs from around the globe

At times, romance has very little to do with it.

A typical marriage proposal in Australia calls on the man to get down on bended knee in some sort of candle-lit dinner or romantic holiday setting, asking his significant other “Will you marry me?” while presenting her with a sparkly diamond ring. The element of surprise is also crucial. This is a totally foreign concept to other cultures.

As one cousin said to me during a recent visit to Vietnam, “You’ve been together for six months and you don’t have any arguments. Why aren’t you getting married?”

According to Vietnamese tradition, a couple’s engagement is much more than an intimate proposal that takes place when the woman least expects it. In fact, romance has very little to do with it. Family approval is a key factor. In many cases, the marriage won’t even happen without the blessing of both families.

Rather than getting frustrated at my parents’ attempt to meddle, I take deep breaths and remind myself that there are some major cultural differences at play. It also made me curious how marriage proposals take place in other countries.

Marry Me, Marry My Family is the familiar story of multicultural Australians, as they are today- trying to embrace their Australian identity, whilst staying true to their culture, identity and family

Japan
A couple isn’t really engaged until there’s a yunio (Japanese for “engagement ceremony”), which involves a meeting between the families of the bride and groom and the exchange of nine symbolic gifts wrapped in rice paper. Each gift is meant to symbolise particular sentiments and well wishes for the couple, such as longevity, wealth and healthy children.

Family approval is a key factor. In many cases, the marriage won’t even happen without the blessing of both families

There are several types of weddings in Japan. There are those done according to Shintoism, Buddhism and Christianity. One does not have to be a member of certain religion to have that sort of wedding ritual. There are non-religious weddings too. Many weddings are held according to western traditions. Still the precondition to either of mentioned weddings is to get married in the local government office.

Everyone present is first informed what are their duties during the ceremony itself. The group then walks towards the shrine. It is lead by a priest and shrine maidens called “miko-san”. Everything is accompanied by a traditional melody performed by a band.

The happy couple then sits in front of a table next to the altar. The ceremony starts with a speech by the priest. After that he holds “haraigushi” and performs “shubatsu” or purification rite. The priest then says a “norito” prayer which represents a prayer to a Shinto deity and the celebration of the beginning of new life.

“San-san-kudo” (“Three-times-three”) is the name of tradition performed after the mentioned prayer. It celebrates the new union of bride and groom and also the union between two families. Miko-san offers cup of sake to the bride and groom. The groom drinks first and has to drink the whole cup in three sips. The bride does the same. Everything is repeated three times. After that sake is given to parents of both bride and groom. They congratulate to the newlyweds and each other by saying “Omedetou Gozaimasu”.

In the next stage of the wedding ceremony groom reads the commitment document. The bride only signs it. Miko-san then announces the wedding date and names of the happy couple.

The ride and groom then make offering of “tamagushi” to the deity (“kami-sama”) of the shrine. Tamagushi are actually branches of sakaki tree (Cleyera japonica) that is regarded sacred in Shintoism.

The wedding ceremony ends when those present bow twice, clap hands twice and bow once again.

“Kekkon Hiroen” or a wedding reception is held after the wedding ceremony. Formal dressing is common for this party. Inviting cards are sent. It is interesting to mention that if you get the card you are supposed to send one in which you inform the couple if you are arriving or not.

Chile
In Chile, engagement rings aren’t just for the girls. Both the bride and groom to be wear rings on their right hand and swap the rings over to the third finger on their left hand on their wedding day.

India
Arranged marriages aside, Indian couples traditionally become engaged after the bride’s family has formally accepted the groom’s family’s proposal. An elaborate engagement party usually follows.

Indian bride on her wedding day.

Ghana


Traditionally, a groom and a few of his family members would knock on the bride’s family’s door and announce his intentions for marriage. This “knocking ceremony” happens only a week before the actual wedding!

Thailand
In Thai culture, men ask for their future wife’s hand in marriage during a “thong mun”, which means “gold engagement”. Instead of a diamond ring, the prospective groom presents his fiancee with various gifts made from gold.

Greece
In Greek culture, the man must ask the father of the bride for permission to marry. The couple must then attend three counselling sessions with a priest where they’ll receive marriage advice. Once all the blessings are done, there’s typically a huge engagement party involving lots of friends and family.

France
Like other Western cultures, French couples typically get engaged once a man proposes to his partner. However, there’s no diamond ring presented at the time. After the woman says “yes,” and the man has asked for his future father-in-law’s blessing, the couple go shopping for an engagement ring together. The bride to be is then presented with her ring at a small gathering between both families

Scotland
Scottish men looking to marry are traditionally put through their paces during a “Speerin” or “Beukin,” which requires them to accomplish a series of tasks or hurdles set by the father of the bride.

Scottish couple and their bridal party

Armenia
Armenian engagement parties are just as big as the weddings themselves. A priest is called upon to bless the engagement ring and ask the couple to vow their love and devotion for one another. Like the Greeks, Armenians also attend counselling sessions with a priest before getting married.

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Why Fraser Island Qld Australia is a top location for weddings

FRASER Island’s breathtaking beauty continues to lure loved-up couples to its shores, with the tourist mecca emerging as the region’s top spot to tie the knot.

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Queensland Births, Deaths and Marriages records revealed there were 76 weddings at the island destination last year, followed by 70 ceremonies in Maryborough and 67 in Urangan.

Of the 341 weddings across the region, 52 were in Hervey Bay and 37 couples said their vows at Point Vernon.

Fraser Coast region celebrant Christine Smith said Fraser Island was a winner with couples from across Australia and overseas.

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“They turn it into a holiday and it’s a holiday for their family and close friends as well,” she said.

“Just recently I had two weddings where the couples have come from England so they have brought family with them and friends from interstate.”

With the cost of the average Australian wedding climbing past $30,000, she is seeing people opting for weekday weddings to keep costs down.

“Being a destination like Fraser, people tend to go for a few days and they’re from away and flying in, so quite often it works out – also because everybody is budget-conscious it’s appealing to a lot of couples these days.”

Ms Smith said beach weddings were in demand across the Fraser Coast, including the Point Vernon foreshore and seaside locations in Urangan.

“They love the scenery, the sand, the idea of getting married barefoot; they just love it and they love the photos on the beach,” she said.

She said the Hervey Bay Botanic Gardens were also popular and some people opted for restaurants in Maryborough for their special day.

Hervey Bay celebrant Carol Gray said Fraser Island and other beach destinations attracted couples looking for locations with photo potential.

“There’s the beautiful backdrop of the ocean and the photography is at its peak in those areas; it’s just beautiful,” she said.

Ms Gray said Maryborough boasted beautiful gardens for weddings and The Esplanade in Hervey Bay was also popular.

“I think it’s the scenery; the best spots for perfect photography.”

An expert reveals: Style sins wedding guests should avoid

DON’T flash too much flesh, avoid cream at all costs and if in doubt, it’s better to be overdressed than underdressed.

Wedding guests can get it horribly wrong, wardrobe-wise – and with spring ceremonies cropping up on social calendars, a manners maven says it pays to avoid standing out for the wrong reasons.

Etiquette expert Anna Musson, of The Good Manners Company, said guests should always dress to impress.

“Dressing down is disrespectful; it says you can’t be bothered,” she said.

Ms Musson said it was essential to observe the dress code and not show too much skin.

“It’s about the bride and groom and everything should be drawing attention to them and not drawing attention away from them,” she said.

“If you’re wearing a backless playsuit, that’s drawing attention to you.”

MIND YOUR MANNERS: An etiquette expert says wedding guests should never ask to swap tables at the reception.

Her style don’ts for guests include denim, black and anything white or cream (strictly reserved for the bride).

She also recommended keeping shoulders covered at a day event and following the guide of the fancier the dress code, the longer the skirt length.

Dress codes can be a minefield, so if you are unsure what footwear is appropriate for a “beach chic” theme, she suggests clarifying beforehand instead of assuming thongs are acceptable.

“Check with the parents or the maid of honour; don’t go to bride and groom as they have a lot on their plate,” she said.

Once you have your attire sorted, she advises guests to avoid tacky behaviour such as asking if you can bring a plus one, getting drunk, complaining or requesting to swap tables at the reception.

It is also preferable to wait for the newlyweds to leave before making an exit.

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WEDDING SEASON

  • The most popular times to get married during the year are spring and autumn – in November and March.
  • June and July are the least popular months for weddings.
  • 56% of weddings take place on Saturdays.
  • 15% of weddings take place on Sundays.

Source: McCrindle 2015 Marriages and Weddings Report

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12 Great Handy Tips For an Easy Wedding on the Beach

Imagine a cool breeze, warm water and golden sand. You are walking in the midst of this beauty watching the sunset over the ocean. Beaches seem to be an ideal place to tie the knot, in addition ceremonies there don’t require difficult planning, huge budget and stress.

The decor is already created with the sand, sun and surf. If you want to plan the perfect beach wedding, the following tips are just for you.

1. Choose your beach. Public places are more accessible than private resorts. Choosing the last one you risk to spend a good chunk of change on it. So if you want to save money, pick a public beach, but remember that on a busy holiday weekend there will be prying public eyes or lots of wedding crashers.

2. Don’t forget about a permit. So if you have finally decided to have the ceremony on a public beach, try to make sure whether you need a permit for a wedding-sized gathering. Laws concerning open-containers and noise ordinances must be studied very carefully to avoid any potential trouble.

3. Make it intimate. You can save money on food, drinks and favors as well as increase the likelihood of obtaining a permit from the local authorities, if you keep your ceremony small.

4. Restrooms have to be close. Make sure that bathroom facilities are not far from the place of the ceremony so that your guests do not have to hike several miles in beautiful clothes to use the restroom.

5. Install a good sound system. Undoubtedly ocean is an awesome backdrop for your wedding, but the combination of waves and wind can make the sermon and vows sound too quite. The solution is a great sound system and musicians who play loud instruments like saxophones or guitars.

6. Rent a tent. Tents or canopies may protect your ceremony from possible rain or wind, provide shade and make the wedding more private.

7. Provide practical services. You can never predict Mother Nature, so keep all guests prepared for insects and useful elements of the wedding favors, as fans, bug spray, little bottles of sunscreen, or beach-themed anchor paperweight if you need to hold menus and name tags when wind picks them up.

8. Organize safe seating. It may be a complicated task to choose chairs, as you will place them at sand. So it’s better to pick heavier wooden chairs which won’t blow away.

9. Keep the casual style. Heavy wedding gowns usually cause a lot of troubles at a windy and hot seaside ceremony, so try to dress in a simpler clothes made of a light and comfortable fabric.

10. Control lighting. Choose a time of day with the best photo opportunities and don’t forget about the natural golden-hour gleam during sunset. Setting up cute hurricane lanterns for the evening should be also considered.

11. Forget about the shoes. If you don’t wear shoes, you don’t have problems! Full beach effect is achieved if you are barefoot, furthermore you save money on expensive heels. Perhaps your guests would like to be shoeless as well, so don’t forget about a special basket at the entrance where they can leave their footwear.

12. Consider changing a place for the reception. Having alcohol at a public place may cause unwanted issues so you should consider moving to another place after the ceremony.

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Groom and bride’s mother were warned before 14-year-old’s wedding, court is advised

A man married a 14-year-old girl the day after he and the child’s mother were both warned by authorities that the wedding would be illegal, a court has been told.

The would-be husband sobbed in the County Court on Wednesday as a judge was told the man thought he was “rescuing” the young bride.

The 35-year-old, who was 20 years older than the girl when they were married last year, is the first man to appear before an Australian court prosecuted with marrying a child, an offence that carries a maximum penalty of five years.

He gave the mother a $1480 gold necklace as a dowry the court was told.

The Myanmar national will be sent back into immigration detention once he has completed his sentence, but cannot be deported because he is a Rohingya refugee and effectively stateless, the court heard.

The pair were married at a mosque in Noble Park on September 29 last year when the girl was 14½. The man cannot be named so as not to identify the girl.

The day before the wedding, prosecutor Krista Breckweg told the court, a Department of Health and Human Services official warned the man and the girl’s mother that it was illegal for the girl to be married.

Police had accompanied DHHS staff on previous visits, the court heard.

Ms Breckweg said imam Ibrahim Omerdic conducted the wedding ceremony and at one point said he could not issue a marriage certificate “because of my security”.

“So when you … if you need it later when you be 18 years I give you,” Omerdic told the girl.

Omerdic was this year spared an immediate jail term after he was found guilty of solemnising an invalid marriage, which carries a maximum penalty of six months in prison.

Magistrate Phillip Goldberg imposed a two-month jail term but suspended it for two years. Omerdic, who was sacked as an imam after his arrest, is appealing against his conviction.

The man who married the girl was a boarder at her home, Ms Breckweg said, and paid a mahr – similar to a dowry – to the girl’s mother of a gold necklace worth $1480. The mother was at the wedding ceremony.

Defence counsel Sophie Parsons said the mother played a “central role” in the marriage, as she raised the idea of the man marrying her daughter and reassured and encouraged him.

The judge, who cannot be named so not to identify the victim, said the mother was lucky not to be charged as a co-accused.

The mother and daughter weren’t in court on Wednesday.

Ms Parsons said the man was unsure exactly how old the girl was, although he knew she was at school and under 18.

It is understood the mother told police her daughter was 17 at the time and not 14.

Ms Parsons said her client was the girl’s friend before the marriage and wanted to help her through trouble at home.

“[He] saw himself as somewhat rescuing the complainant and becoming that supporting figure in her life,” she said.

But Ms Breckweg said it was “nonsensical” for someone to marry if they didn’t know their partner’s age, and questioned why he needed to marry the girl if he wanted to help her.

“That’s not support, with respect, that’s exploitation,” she said.

The man was arrested five days after the ceremony and has spent 351 days in custody.

He was originally charged with having sex with the girl but that offence was withdrawn by prosecutors earlier this year. The court heard there was a lack of evidence to proceed with that charge.

Ms Breckweg said the man told police they would think about sex when the girl had “grown up”.

Ms Parsons said the man was remorseful and wanted to apologise to the girl and the community, and felt he had ruined his chances of having a good life.

He was also ashamed for the damage he had caused to other Rohingya living in Australia.

The hearing was adjourned for 10 minutes when the man broke down in the dock.

The man now knew it was unacceptable to marry children in Australia, Ms Parsons said.

He will be sentenced on Thursday.

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Bride-to-be turns cancelled wedding event into a night for the homeless Indiana USA

After a number of calls cancelling her $30,000 wedding, Sarah Cummins opened the doors of her reception to the local homeless people of Indiana.

Sarah Cummins, right, hugging one of the many homeless guest that she invited after cancelling the $30,000 event. (AAP)

After two years of planning Sarah Cummins and her fiancé called off their wedding with only a week to go.

The reason for the sudden cancellation is unknown, but the two were left with a non-refundable booking for 170 guests at the Ritz Charles in Carmel, a suburb north of Indiana.

Not wanting the event to go to waste, Cummins’ decided to host a dinner extending an invitation to local shelter residents and families.

The guest list also included a dozen homeless veterans from the Hoosier Veterans Assistance Foundation.

Cummins’ arranged two buses to pick up the individuals who spent the night being wined and dined. They were treated to a menu including bourbon-glazed meatballs, goat cheese and roasted garlic bruschetta, chicken breast with artichokes and Chardonnay cream sauce and even the wedding cake.

The 25-year-old pharmacy student was determined to make the night a positive experience for herself and her guests.

She told local newspaper, the Indianapolis Star, “I called everyone, cancelled, apologised, cried, called vendors, cried some more and then I started feeling really sick about just throwing all the food I ordered for the reception.”

For Cummins’ this was an opportunity to show her new guests that they deserved to be at a place like the Ritz Charles just as much as anyone else does.

News of Cummins’ act of kindness caused a ripple effect. Indianapolis man, Matt Guanzon was among the many who were inspired, donating suits from his own closet so that attendees could dress up for the event.

Erik Jensen, a guest from Wheeler Mission was grateful to be the recipient of Cummins’ and Araujo’s kindness.

“It’s just a really great opportunity for us… it’s a great opportunity to spread love.”

The Ritz Charles was opened to homeless people after Sarah Cummins cancelled her wedding.

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50 SUPER SEXY & CRAZY WEDDING PHOTO PICS GALLERY

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When it comes to your wedding day, everyone wants this day to be special and one that they will remember forever. Well these photos are extremely awkward and honestly nobody will forget these, but they are probably not what the person wanted to have from their wedding day. Some are on purpose, but a lot of them were not what you expected at all. Make sure you check out these 27 hilarious and tragically awkward wedding photos. Honestly though, they make for some amazing memories that they will be glad they have awkward or not! You won’t be able to help but laugh when you look at these pictures.

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Awkward pose for this bride above.I wonder whose idea it was

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The lads are having a good eyeful of this roller skating derby bride on wheels

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Bride & maids with matching under briefs.R they setting a trend?

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Who is with who here..???

What kind of strange wedding did we just walk into. The bride has her arm around a bridesmaid, the groom has his arm around a bridesmaid,  the bridesmaid has her arm around a bridesmaid.  Everybody gets a bridesmaid except for the servers in the back. Well, at least they’re being entertained.

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Again with the awkward posing on cars. When will people realize that this isn’t actually as cool as you think? Not that anybody was going to tell her. Certainly not the photographer. Wouldn’t be surprised if a few of the shots probably went “missing” afterwards.

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They’re busted and she knows it. I wonder what’s going through her head as she looks right at the photographer. The groom certainly doesn’t seem to mind. Hey, maybe they’re just exhibitionists. In any case, that has got to be the fluffiest wedding dress of all time

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You know you’re at the right wedding when the cops show up to arrest the bride. What could she possibly have done to deserve this? Looks like they’ll have to reschedule that honeymoon

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Lusting bridesmaid for bride or is she just hungry for love.

They’re having a blast regardless. Who needs a groom anyways?

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This wedding has gone completely out the window! All puns aside, I have no idea what’s happening at this point. Why on earth is the bride being dropped out the window? Whatever the reason, this looks like a bad sign regarding their future as a married couple…

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I’m willing to bet that this is that one cousin nobody wants to invite to the wedding, but ends up being invited anyway. I wouldn’t call this a photobomb though… It looks like this guy has been there for a while.  At least somebody is enjoying the wedding. She’s looking at his two balls.

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This girl is literally every gamer’s dream wife. The wedding is happening in twenty minutes but there’s still time for some league of legends. Until she ends up missing the ceremony because she was waiting for a game… Still worth it.

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Okay, whose brilliant idea was this? You just know it has to be the photographer. There is no way they stepped into those porta-potties and said “this looks like a great place for a photoshoot!”. What a crappy wedding photo.

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Hey now, save it for the …group honeymoon? If anybody has any idea what’s happening here, feel free to let us know because i’m pretty sure wedding orgies went out of style centuries ago

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Georgina of the jungle over here looks like she was really enjoying the photo shoot. Though it is a bit weird that it’s taking place in some sketchy park in the woods. To each their own. Watch out for that tetanus.

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The muscular bride

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Nothing says camaraderie like a synchronized fellatio.  It looks like they’re outside a fancy venue for this photo. Kind of makes you wonder how many people were watching this go down. There are so many things wrong here.

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Now that’s one heck of a wedding. Although…It might be a little hard to say “I do”  with a ball gag. Then again it’s also hard to say “I don’t” which i’m guessing is closer to what these guys were going for.

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Holy cow, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that this wedding is in Russia. There’s no way it isn’t. Nobody brings a bear to a wedding. And no, your uncle Bernie doesn’t count.

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Now this is an intriguing photograph, just about any way you look at it. Reason is that I don’t think anyone but them will truly know why this picture was taken, or why they are doing what they are doing. Any thoughts guys? The first and only thing that comes to my mind is….Russian.

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Now this is one hilarious wedding portrait. This guy is so excited for the honeymoon that he’s bursting with joy. Meanwhile she looks like she’s beginning to regret her decision. Can you blame them?

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This traditional part of the wedding is normally harmless, but when you are in some weird, super public place, it can get awkward quickly.  Are they at Disneyland for god sake? How many passerby are you letting attend your wedding? Why is she on her cell phone? Lots of questions…

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Well aren’t they just the perfect couple? Salute to the man serving his country, now he is back home and settling down with his new wife. They both look ridiculously happy don’t they? Lets hope he still wears the pants in the relationship.

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“I’m Free!!!!” This is one of the more epic picture in this gallery. It seems as though wild thang wanted to show everyone that she was a complete virgin until today (her big day). It looks like she is even on a stage with a huge projector screen behind her. The grooms buddies better call him in the morning to make sure he is still himself. Odds say he will be a changed man

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This wedding photo may take the cake when it comes to pure WTF. We have a seemingly attractive, clean cut, and clothed bride, dancing with a super tatted, naked ginger buff guy, with a face that could be mistaken for Marilyn Manson.’s.  Did I mention he is in a man thong? Turns out he’s a semi-famous Russian body builder, named Sasha Shpak. Known for his freaky eccentric look and preference to wear minimal clothing…. as you can see.

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To my knowledge, choosing the perfect wedding dress is probably the the most important part of the wedding to women. It has to fit perfectly and some brides even go on crazy diets to fit in their dress. They at the least, make sure it fits their bodies properly. This bride is not your normal bride…

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What a perfectly timed photograph, props to whoever took this picture. Now the question is, what the hell is going on here. This guy has a beautiful new wife next to him, clearly trying to get his attention and there some one else face down in his lap, and they appear to be of the female gender. There are so many possibilities of what is really going on. What do you guys think is happening right at this very moment? Besides that the bride has some major cleavage action going on.

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Wow. This new bride didn’t leave much for the imagination. She’s wearing a rather low cut wedding dress and seems to be falling out of it almost. I’m sure the groom is not complaining, and it’s safe to say that at least half of the wedding guests don’t mind it either. Good for you newlyweds!

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Well this must have been a wild night. It also must have been awesome to be the wedding photographer at this venue. The face on the girl underneath (we will call her the horse in this situation, since she is being ridden by the cowboy bride) is priceless. She is most likely one of the bridesmaids and possibly the little sister of the bride. Yee-Haw!!

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We’re…not really sure what’s happening in this one. Is that seriously a dollar store? Are those people behind her wedding guests or customers? So many questions… Lets just hope she didn’t buy the dress there.

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What in the world is granny doing with her hand all up in there? It’s like she is either throwing up a gang sign or just trying to get her hand in the picture. Whatever she was doing, I think she succeeded. There has to be at least a 30 year age difference between Granny and Pink Shirt Guy.

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This is what appears to be a gorgeous wedding photo of a great couple until you see what looks like creepy parents in the background. Whatever this photographer was trying to do, they didn’t pull it off. The fact that the parents refuse to smile makes it look like this groom probably better watch out.

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Well this wedding did not happen as planned according to this photo. As you can see these (either newlyweds or engaged couple that were supposed to be newlyweds) are surrounded by Police. The groom is being arrested with handcuffs, face down, and the bride looks to heading in that same direction. How would it feel to get arrested on your wedding day? It goes from the best day of your life to the worst.

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This little boy’s curiosity has started pretty darn young.  It looks like he would have gotten away with it, if it weren’t for this perfectly timed photo by some talented photographer. The bride has no idea what so ever. Think he got a good look?

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This wedding party knows how to have a good time. This hilarious photo has caught them with their pants down and these girls seem to have a nice view from their spot in the shot. Now everyone is going to want groom underwear for their wedding! Hmm, do the girls have on matching underwear?

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Now this is one bouquet toss we wouldn’t mind watching over and over again. In fact, all the wedding attendees were probably like, “just wait a little longer, they are busy”. The girls lined up to catch it seem a bit preoccupied with themselves. Also why are there only three girls lined up the catch it? I guess it improves their odds. Check out the old guy taking a photos or a video of the action. He knows what he’s doing.

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This looks like it could have been a low budget wedding, which everyone can appreciate! Why spend a ton of money on one day when you can spend it on your future life, and on a sick honeymoon. But something tells me their honeymoon might have been in a motel 6 in the next state over. However what really matters is their happiness, and they do look happy…or liquored up.

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The real moment all the wedding guests had been waiting for. Some hammered member of the wedding party face plants on the tile floor!!! Once again, check out the photo timing of this hard slam to the floor, it’s almost like he anticipated it. Rob Dyrdek would call this a half-scorpion.

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Why wait for the honeymoon when you can just take her on the ground while getting your wedding pictures done? This guy just couldn’t wait and it looks like his pants are coming unfastened next! Hopefully they waited for the cameraman to leave before taking it all off and getting at it.

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Old buck & sweet young thing wedding couple walking down the isle

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The Ultimate Wedding Dress Collection of 2015

Backless Sweep Gown

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The Backless Sweep gown is a ball gown style wedding dress. It hearkens back to an era of skirts in a swirl of satin. It is adorned with tiny cap sleeves and is the picture of sheer elegance.

Mermaid Tulle

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This mermaid style wedding gown is figure hugging of a bride’s womanly curves. It is characterized by its sweetheart neckline and its chapel length train. Applique overlay adorns the hemline, and any bride would look amazing in this gown!

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Bows!

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If you are a fan of bows, we have found the gown for you! This particular gown features a bow in both the front and the back. It is a strapless, fit to flare style gown. This dress is cute, fun, and classy at the same time. Could a bride ask for more?

Old Hollywood Style

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If you are a fan of Old Hollywood fashion, you will love this gown. It speaks to the history of cinematic royalty and their fashion sense of decades gone by. The V-neck and the fitted waist give this wedding gown its unique shaping.

Beach Gown

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If you have a romantic wedding on the beach planned for you and your fiancé, this casual wedding dress cannot be beat! The plunging back gives way to a slight cascading train. The fitted front hints of a swimsuit styling

Illusion Gown

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This Ines Di Santo wedding gown is a ‘fit to flare’ style gown. The bodice and hemlines are topped with lacy applique to give this gown a traditional touch. It is made with a petal pink underlay layer to give the illusion of a soft pink hue.

Ruffles Are Back In Style!

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If you are a girly girl bride who can’t get enough of a good thing known as the ruffle, this dress characterized by ruffles is made just for you. The strapless body hugging bodice will draw attention to your milky white shoulders and your curves. This Val Stefani creation is hot for 2015!

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Understated Elegance

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If you are a bride looking to make an elegant entrance to your wedding, this gown is for you. A candlelit ceremony would be the perfect backdrop for this gown. It is simple in design, but oh so chic!

Traditional or Fluffy, You Decide!

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If you are a fan of the elegant ball gown, you will be a stylish bride in a sweeping skirt. But, to be on trend, you do not have to have a sleek gown; a gown with fluff and ruffles is also in style. No matter which skirt you choose, a romantic lacy top is a must!

Cinderella Style

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With the movie Cinderella in theaters, the skirt with lots of poof and fitted bodice is trending for 2015. Whether the illusion waist is featured in lace or if it is made in satin, a bride will look like she is stepping into her fairytale with a gown such as this. If you don’t mind showing off your cleavage on your wedding day, this gown is definitely for you

Hoped you enjoyed the wedding dress gowns presentation.

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