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Bride Wars

When there's nothing much to do at home, we often go to the city centre just to stroll and keep ourselves busy. There, we see different people from different walks of life. Every one is occupied with their own things. Buskers are in every corner of the high street, showing their talents and hoping for few bucks from people passing by. Vendors are concentrated in selling their goods. Travellers are making most of their time by taking pictures of every spot.

These are the usual scenarios in town. But you know what, unusual things happen there too. How about witnessing two weddings on the same day?


Wedding At Trinity College


Another Bride and Groom at St. Stephen's Green

The fun part was that accidentally the two couples met at the same spot for pictorial. Bride Wars? Of course not. Both couples greeted each other and even had pictures taken together.

We're a bit far from the spot. So we need to zoom in to capture the moment. (Sorry about the blurry photos. Hope you don't mind.) But we've seen on their faces the joy of being tied to the one they choose to share their lives with. 


Bride Wars
Marriage is not a ritual or an end. It is a long, intricate, intimate dance together and nothing matters more than your own sense of balance and your choice of partner." - Amy Bloom

Comments

  1. That is so neat to witness two weddings in one day. That place looks elegant and romantic scenery.

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  2. that's wonderful, seeing two brides in the magnificent place.

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  3. That is interesting, I have never heard of bride wars hehehe.

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  4. I wonder what if at the end of the walk they exchange partners! Ha ha..oopps! Bloopers! But i think after that meeting the two brides would end best friends in life rather than putting a war in between ..

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  5. Awesome quote from Amy Bloom. What a happy moments of their lives!

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  6. A wedding gown is the best a woman in love is inspiring to have. Pero yung Bride War, first time kong marinig.

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  7. oh that is so cool... two newly wed are in the same spot to create a memory of the date of their wedding, i wonder what was happening on the last picture.

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  8. am sure they both are very happy to share that space they both chose to have special memories, and them being together made it more special for them!

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  9. And they are both beautiful brides. I love how carefree they are. I don't see that often in weddings that I've been too.

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  10. Pictures indeed tell us a thousand words, nice capture!

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  11. Oh I love this post so much! ♥ scoop and snap indeed! I love the brides' gowns! Made me wish for a church wedding :) ♥

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  12. It must be interesting to see not just a couple but ten brides rushing to the place to be married hehehe.

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