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Instead, for the select few in attendance, it was almost like celebrating a wedding without the bride and groom.What You Didn’t See on TV at the Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony|Sean Gregory, Alice Park and Aria Chen/Tokyo|July 23, 2021|Time
As a medical student in Richmond, Eleanor Love showed up to as many wedding venues as possible, even when she didn’t know the bride and groom.
The bad news for guests—a group not mutually exclusive from the brides and grooms, especially those of a certain age who find themselves on the wedding circuit—is there may not be, at least not for a while.
Many brides and grooms have sunk a significant amount of money into rescheduling their events.
Brides and grooms have been forced to become amateur public-health prognosticators.
Women threw rice on peshmerga fighters, a tradition practiced at Syrian weddings when neighbors welcome the bride and groom.
A couple on Merwedeplein got married on this day, and a friend captured the bride and groom leaving their apartment.
Manhattan was the patient groom in my unspoken arranged marriage, the implicit goal of any tri-state suburban childhood.I Can’t Shake Hawaii: An Ode to Returning to Places You’ve Been Before|Debra A. Klein|October 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The charges against the groom as well as against a bridesmaid were dropped.
And Republicans have just founded a new organization to groom minorities in the party.Homophobia in GOP Makes It Hard for Party to Compete Nationally|Peter Beinart|February 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A groom is a chap, that a gentleman keeps to clean his 'osses, and be blown up, when things go wrong.
Throwing up the window, he saw his young son attempting to mount the groom's pony: the latter objecting.
Lady Hartledon driving, the boy-groom sitting beside her, and Eddie's short legs striding the pony.
But the groom who took care of them sprang instantly after them, and kept swimming beside them, guiding and cheering them.
A former groom; born about 1767; short, thickset, wife-led, one-eyed.Repertory Of The Comedie Humaine, Complete, A -- Z|Anatole Cerfberr and Jules Franois Christophe