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As a captain in the British Royal Army, the norm would have been to go free of facial hair as per tradition, but the bridegroom made headlines by taking the unconventional route.
The bridegroom wore a blue suit while his groomsmen wore snug concrete gray ones and colorful socks.
Being afraid of a wicked queen or a robber bridegroom is delicious and distant, miles away from, say, watching a slasher flick.
Walbert and his wife are big Elvis fans, and the bridegroom wore a black Elvis suit with a purple scarf.
Its object is his father, Henry (Geoffrey Rush), owner of the town’s recently shuttered sawmill and imminent bridegroom to his significantly younger and absurdly gorgeous housekeeper (Anna Torv).
A Democrat running for governor with Boss Madigan around is like a wealthy bridegroom stuck with paying for the entire wedding in the hopes of joining the family business.
And yes, the bridegroom, now a writer of children’s books, and the bride, Lydia Appel Raurell-Soto, are still married.
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