A husband and wife in Missouri are celebrating 75 years of marriage with their growing family. Robert Nowell, 93, and Marie Nowell, 89, of Portageville, Missouri, had an early anniversary party with on Aug. 12. "We had quite a few people, and everything turned out all right," Marie Nowell told ABC News of her anniversary celebration.
“We were told to pick a planet to do a report on and I picked Jupiter and it was the first time I started reading into space and once I realized the planets were out there and we were all suspended in this solar system, I couldn’t wrap my head around it but I loved that.
One man made quite the splash with his epic proposal. Eric Martinez not only pulled off the initial surprise of popping the question in a beautiful sun-drenched dry cave, but then also arranged a whimsical mermaid-themed photo shoot by Del Sol Photography in Riviera Maya, Mexico. “I wanted it to be so memorable and so special and obviously unforgettable,” Martinez, 40, told ABC News of the enchanting underwater engagement celebration to his now-fiancée, Cammy Rynae Cuoco.
One groom’s incredibly emotional reaction to seeing his bride walk down the aisle is capturing hearts on social media. The bride’s sister, Rachael Swidan, tweeted the photos, which have gone viral. “We are both super crazy about each other and knew it would be a really emotional day,” said Bailey Baker, 22.
While Justin was away, not only do the two women realize they are both there for a date, but a third woman arrived. The three ladies left the serial dater for another bar, but that wasn’t the end of the date for him.
Love was in the air for this Texas couple on the way to their honeymoon. Newlyweds Taylor and Mikaela Flowers were surprised with a special wedding ceremony aboard a Southwest Airlines flight to their honeymoon destination in Mexico. The ceremony included a toilet paper veil, boutonniere and bouquet and a crown made out of pretzel bags and coffee stirrers.
Thousands of NFL wives are turning to a private Facebook page to share advice on dealing with their husband's health and the pressures that come with life in professional football. The invitation-only Facebook group of roughly 2,000 women, first reported by The New York Times, was founded by Tara Nesbit, whose husband, Jamar Nesbit, played 10 seasons in the NFL. "The purpose of the page is meant to be a supportive measure to a silent partner of the NFL family," Tara Nesbit told ABC News.
One man's social media post about his "curvy" wife has received a wide range of mixed reactions from internet users. Robbie Tripp, 26, of San Francisco, California, posted a photo with his wife, Sarah Tripp, standing on a beach. "There is nothing sexier than this woman right here: thick thighs, big booty, cute little side roll, etc ... this gorgeous girl I married fills out every inch of her jeans and is still the most beautiful one in the room," his post proclaimed.
After exchanging messages on the dating app Tinder for three years, college students Michelle Arendas and Josh Avsec finally went on their first date. When Tinder caught wind of the two Kent State University students' epic 21st century love story, the company decided to send the pair on a romantic first date to a destination of their choosing. "GMA" got an exclusive look at their date at the Grand Wailea Resort in Maui, where the two soaked up the sun and beach, went on a scenic bike ride and enjoyed tropical drinks by the pool.
After igniting the internet with their love story, two Alabama senior citizens have officially tied the knot. Murphy Wilson, 70, and Lucinda Myers, 67, exchanged vows in front of 900 guests last Saturday inside First Seventh-day Adventist Church in Huntsville. The couple went viral after their adorable engagement photos went viral back in June, with celebrities such as Niecy Nash even posting them.
Newlyweds Arlene Sherman and Harvey Goldman held a magical "Beauty and the Beast"-themed wedding to appeal to their seven grandkids. It was the second marriage for both the bride and groom, so they agreed they didn’t want another traditional wedding. “We both agreed we didn’t want the traditional bride cuts the cake and first dance stuff.
Two student animators combined their creative skills to make a short film they say elicits all the relatable emotions of young love. When Esteban Bravo and Beth David created "In a Heartbeat," they didn't predicted that their four-minute film without any spoken words would go viral in less than one day. On YouTube alone, the film has garnered almost 6 million views in less than three days and was featured on Vimeo as a staff pick.
Kim Peck of Rochester, New York, was reunited with her mother’s lost wedding dress the day after the second anniversary of her mom’s death. “It’s all surreal,” Peck, 43, told ABC News of having the vintage 1970 wedding gown back in her possession. Jeff Hopkins found the dress in a water-damaged box labeled “Linda’s dress” while cleaning out his attic in Throop, New York.
A very special group of flower girls and ring bearers accompanied teacher Marielle Slagel Keller down the aisle last month. Twenty kindergarten and first-grade students from IPS Butler Lab School in Indianapolis played a special role in their teacher's June 24 wedding. "I said, ‘This is lovely,’ but in the back of my mind, I’m thinking, 'There’s a 25 percent chance this will go according to plan," Mike Keller, 26, told ABC News.
Zac and Emily Rendell of Ontario, Canada, are the epitome of relationship goals. The fun-loving couple keeps the romance alive with surprise date nights every month. It could be anything,” Zac Rendell, 23, told ABC News.
Pam and Brian Kanai celebrated their 10th anniversary by renewing their vows on the Jack Rabbit roller coaster at Kennywood Park in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania -- the same coaster on which they tied the knot. "Our first date was at Kennywood, so having it there seemed appropriate," Pam Kanai, 43, told ABC News about their May 12, 2007, wedding.
Michelle Arendas and Josh Avsec, two Kent State University students, swiped right to match on the dating app Tinder in September 2014. Since then, they’ve engaged in an epic 21st century love story, texting each other over the course of three years. But they've taken months to reply to each other, giving increasingly creative excuses for the delay. Most surprising: they've never met in person.But that all changed today on “Good Morning America.”“This is a dream come true. I can’t believe I’m seeing her right now,” Avsec, 22, said of the heart-melting moment on “GMA. ...
One Los Angeles couple decided to ditch the traditional wedding cake at their nuptials. Instead, they chose a customized wedding piñata cake. Karen Chan and Clayton Lee tied the knot May 13 in front of approximately 180 guests at La Chureya, a luxury villa in Palm Springs, California.
A Georgia woman whose photos of a “Goodwill Date Night” with her husband have gone viral said she hopes the idea inspires other couples to reconnect and find joy. Noel Pauley, who lives in a small town outside of Atlanta, and her husband, Shane Pauley, started their date last Friday night with a stop at a local Goodwill store. Shane Pauley called his wife with the idea after a friend reminded him of the idea, which went viral in 2015 thanks to a Florida couple.
Emmy Ordonez said her uncle found the large photo while cleaning the garage on a property the family rents in Dallas. When he was cleaning it out, the owners told him, 'Take out the junk,'" Ordonez, 29, told ABC News. "He said there were broken antiques, broken furniture, bags with paper that had turned to mush, and they found the picture in the corner of the garage.
A couple made history last weekend by being the first people to officially get married in the British Antarctic Territory. The two polar guides, Tom Sylvester and Julie Baum, got married on July 15 at the Rothera Research Station on Adelaide Island, located to the west of the Antarctic Peninsula according to BBC News. The couple shared their special day with 20 of their colleagues who are all currently working as a team and living in freezing temperatures with limited daylight, according to a British Antarctic Survey press release.
It was true love seven decades in the making for Katie Smith, 89, and Ed Sellers, 88, who tied the knot on July 16 at Community Pentecostal Center in Stanley, North Carolina. “She’d tell me about her ex-boyfriend Ed Sellers and the old days and how they didn’t used to date like they do now,” Katie Smith’s granddaughter, Stefanie Helsel, told ABC News of her grandmother’s memories of her long-lost love. Smith’s husband passed away 17 years ago from cancer and Sellers’ wife died four years ago after battling the effects of Alzheimer’s disease.
Meet Steve and Danielle VanHorn of Dover, Ohio -- high school sweethearts and proud parents to three children. Danielle VanHorn said her husband brought up the idea of doing a silly photo shoot as their June 22 anniversary was approaching, but she thought he’d forget about it by the time they were actually celebrating. "I went to a local hospice donation place and I didn’t even know what I was looking for," said Danielle VanHorn, 33.
Nicole Stein wanted to surprise her then-fiancé Chris Hall with a boudoir photo shoot, which she'd put in a photo album to give to him ahead of their July 1 wedding. One mom said she'd never do a photo shoot so sexy unless she wore a costume.
Jennifer and Timothy Bing got married nearly 40 years ago but didn't have a single professional photo from their big day. Photos from the couple's nuptials held on July 7, 1979, at Seabrook Baptist Church in Lanham, Maryland, were destroyed in a fire at a local pharmacy. Especially heartbreaking for Bing was that the wedding photos were the last pictures taken of her father, who died two weeks later.