Weddings with the craziest photo shoots
These couples' unique ideas made their weddings, and pictures, unforgettable.
Under the Sea
Lauren and Gary Dongray
met on the dating site Plenty of Fish, so keeping with the theme, the two decided to tie the knot under the sea. The couple got married at Manchester's Sea Life Aquarium in a tank with stingrays, sharks, and other sea creatures.
Celebrating Love at Target
Michael Delvalle and Isabella Sablan
headed to their local Target for their post-ceremony wedding photos. They spent so much time at Target while dating, they decided it was the perfect place to archive their love with a wedding photoshoot.
(Evan R. Photography)
A Gym Fit for Love
Joe Keith and Stephanie Hughes
met and fell in love at Planet Fitness, so they saw no way they could leave it out of their wedding day. The couple tied the knot there and stuck around for their photoshoot, too. A Planet Fitness employee even officiated the ceremony.
Kathryn and Brad Ziemer
ditched the bouquets and gave the wedding party puppies. The couple hoped this would raise awareness for Secondhand Hounds, a nonprofit that rescues dogs from high-kill shelters.
(Alicia Faye Photography, LLC)
A Classic Shoot Turned Epic
Newlyweds Ross Cohen and Blair Delson
didn't plan on having an epic wedding photoshoot, but it turned out to be just that. When the couple and their photographer were shooting in Philadelphia's most romantic spots, the annual Philly Naked Bike Ride came rolling right through their shoot. They didn't leave, but decided to seize the opportunity for a unique photo bomb.
(Joseph Gidjunis/JPG Photography via AP (The Associated Press))
Meant to Bean
Emily McMahan and Kale Bandy thank fate and the Bowling Green Starbucks for bringing them together. The Ohio couple met last summer while working together as baristas, a job which was in neither's plans. The two celebrated the coffee giant that brought them together by taking their engagement photos
at the Bowling Green location.
A Killer Photo Shoot
Newlywed Manda Alexander discovered her husband's year-long prank on her first wedding anniversary, when he gifted her a framed photo from their special day. When she opened the gift from Vincent Alexander, she was shocked to see a killer clown standing behind the couple during their wedding shoot. The husband asked his younger brother to dress up as a clown for the prank, since, sensing his wife's reluctance toward the idea, he agreed not to have a clown actually attend the reception.
(Pop of Color Images/Megan Bowling)