Gone are the days when the norm is to be settled down and married in your 20s – these days, it’s much more common not to meet your long-term partner until you’re in your 30s, 40s… or even at retirement age.
‘I thought it was an April Fool’s joke’: Dundee man pops the question with game of hangman on April 1
As newlywed Sheenagh Wilson took part in the traditional throwing of her bouquet, she could never have imagined that the reaction would be captured on camera and go viral online just days later.
From meeting in a kebab shop to ending their wedding night with a pizza, Oliver and Alanah Gardner did things a bit differently.
It’s a nice day for a hippie wedding! We have no information on who the happy couple are or where the 1970 wedding took place – does anyone recognise them? I think they look amazing though and the silky flowery jacket that the gent on the left is sporting is wonderful. What a cool group.
A miracle baby, a surprise engagement and a beautiful christening. All in just one year for this happy couple!
Most women wouldn’t be too pleased if their men left them to go and play in a football match just hours after they had given birth.
It's a heart-warming moment captured on video - but did it end in a happily ever after?
When John James and Mary Cunningham were aged just 16, they started a relationship that has lasted a lifetime.
Gate-crashing a works Christmas party led to the marriage of the new Mr and Mrs Gowans.
They say getting married is joining two families together — and that couldn’t be more true for the new Mr and Mrs Kendall.
Usually ring bearers come in the form of the best man or an adorable young relation.
You never know when, where or how the proposal will be made.
They came from China with a passion for studying biotechnology but two University of Dundee students were celebrating this month after completing a lesson in love.
After meeting at a dance in 1957, David Morton and Isobel Jones didn’t hang about.
When Jill Fleming travelled to Tenerife more than a decade ago, her thoughts were very much with the mum she’d just lost.
They first met as part of a bunch of happy pals who went to the swimming together — and now they’re celebrating 60 years of marriage.
On a rocky coast far away, beneath a sky the colour of steel, her wedding dress looked shockingly white as the wind whipped up the restless ocean and the vows were read.
If anyone had ever asked Nicky Crooks if she believed in love at first sight, her reply would have been “Get a grip!”