For Suffolk-born Melissa Marsden, there was always a family joke she’d end up marrying a hairy Highlander.
Let’s all send our very best wishes to a lovely Dundee couple who have a lot to deal with right now.
With the sunshine blazing down and the timeless Tay as a backdrop, Raymond Doran and Lorrette Lorente became man and wife.
The venue is sorted, the guest list is being drawn up and you just know the wedding is going to be an amazing occasion.
He’s a big guy, but he’s getting smaller and everyone at Slimming World is chuffed to bits for him.
Jenna Smith was working part-time as a barmaid at the Dee Club in Lochee — and it seemed as if Stevie Monaghan was never out of the place.
It’s normal for a couple to receive presents when they tie the knot.
LOVING LIFE: Ben Nevis ascent very much a family affair for ex-armed forces folks Tam, 67, and Iain, 47
He put in 20 years in the British Army, he’s a got a bit of a dodgy heart and he’s just climbed up Ben Nevis for charity.
You get the impression that Sarah Ramsay has always been a sassy girl.
Sailing off into a well-earned retirement are Asda couple Jean and John McGill.
Susie Potter and Ian Milne are a lovely couple, a pair who’ve met their respective soulmates and are now embarking on a new life together as husband and wife.
In a way it’s the classic Dundee story — met at the JM Ballroom, married at St Mary’s, reception at the Queen’s and the family are all still in the city.
Members of The Diamond Frogs — a fun-loving gaming team — are all set to launch themselves into a 24-hour console marathon for charity.
Many things can start a journey that leads to a new relationship — a shared interest, eyes meeting in a crowded room or a chance encounter on a night out.