They had a red carpet for guests and a late night visit from the Cheezy Bizness food truck.
A little older, a little wiser and often with a previous marriage under their belt, those getting married later in life often walk down the aisle with different perspectives — and expectations — than their younger counterparts. Three Calgary women explain why weddings, like wine, can and do get better with age.
Wedding days come in all venues and guest-list sizes. Here’s what five couples said was the most significant thing they did on their special day.
An acci-date and 10 days of speed-planning eventually led to a rustic August wedding in the mountains.
Unexpected snow didn't prevent the couple from saying "I do" outside.
The couple wanted to keep things light-hearted. At their wedding in 1994, there was a clown presentation, a Tasmanian devil T-shirt and a 1934 Studebaker.
They had an animal parade led by a bagpiper.
A quirky venue sets the stage for these nuptials.
A brush with disaster teaches this couple to expect the unexpected.
Couches placed outside, a sapphire ring and a dress fit for the Academy Awards were all part of the celebration.
An NHL schedule means a summer wedding. A Louisiana-born bride means a Southern theme. And, the need to party means a Volkswagen turned into a microbrew bar.