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That’s certainly a way to drink at your wedding
All your bridesmaid getup’s don’t seem so bad now, huh?
this couple had to ride donkeys to their wedding due to a fuel shortage in France
The photo is of George Arthur Carvossa, a detective at London’s Paddington Green station,
and Phyllis Marion, whose father was chief of police.
Peter Oxley and Alena Czeknovska were married at London’s Caxton Hall
in October 1969 — right in the middle of a labour protest.
June 4, 1938, wasn’t just this couple’s wedding —
it also marked the opening of a new gas station in the town of Iver, England,
which had to be celebrated accordingly.
The groom, Donald Clements, was a carpenter.
That’s not the bride this groom is kissing…that’s her sister.
This brilliant bunch was keeping warm while waiting for Prime Minister
Ramsay MacDonald’s daughter, Dr. Joan MacDonald, to arrive to her wedding in 1932.
The late John Peel and his wife Sheila
That’s competitive motorcycle rider Billie Painter, about to steer the way to her 1935 wedding reception.
The clowns weren’t there just for entertainment; they were celebrating the marriage of
groom Roly Bain, who was both a professional clown and an Anglican priest.
Yes, they’re hanging by their hair. I’m as amazed as you are.
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