Share the story of your happy marriage with the world!

You can write about your own wedding story, your friends and family members, or even your ancestors. What writing style to use, how long to make your tale, whether to add photos or not – this is totally up to you. Feel free to manifest your personality in your wedding story.

Do you want to congratulate your spouse on the wedding anniversary? What better way to do it than tell the whole world your love story, add a few beautiful wedding photos, and then let her or him read the post?

Also, you can honor the memory of your ancestors by telling their wedding tale.

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Jewish avaThis curious wedding story is about my very distant relatives – the parents of my great-uncle’s wife. I’ve recently learned about it and decided to share with you. My great-uncle’s wife was Jewish and from a rather rich family. But the most interesting thing is how they gained their fortune. The story involves adoption, extremely hard labor, unique Jewish marriage traditions, and, of course, an adorable love story.

Bondar avaThe love story of my great grandfather and great grandmother Bondar Dmytro and Melania was a real hush hush mystery for everybody until I started researching my ancestors. I knew that my maiden name was of Polish origin and decided to learn more about my family tree. In the process, I uncovered a number of monumental family secrets and found out that the American writer Deborah Stevens is my relative.

ostarbeiter avaIt was 1946… She returned home to Ukraine from Germany after World War II was over. Young ostarbeiter, almost 9 months pregnant, she had to leave her beloved husband-to-be in Germany and come home alone because she was desperately homesick and missed her family. Who knew that what was meant to be a nightmare of forced labor miles away from homeland would turn into a decent job and would bring this couple together. But life is funny that way – the worst circumstances sometimes lead to the best outcome.

Sonia and Boris avaNot all love stories have a good ending and happily ever after. Sometimes, destiny can be cruel and unjust. But there is romance and love even in such wedding tales as this one. And they also should be heard and remembered. This wedding story is about a Jewish woman and her brave husband who refused to leave her even in the face of execution and died together with his beloved wife during the Holocaust. Over 85 years have passed since then but their love story lives.

DanielAnna avaPeople often got married by calculation 100 years ago. They had their reasons, of course, it wasn’t plain greediness, but such unions rarely were happy. And people realized they would be trapped with someone they felt nothing (if they were lucky) for the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, my ancestors were such a couple, so let me share their wedding story with you. It’s about love and loathing, the given word, and the prohibition on divorce.