Actually, a dress swap for a royal bride is not that uncommon.
Love came around "full circle" for Harold Holland and Lillian Barnes, who divorced in 1968 but are getting remarried in April.
Invites to 600 lucky guests have been mailed out.
Steven Crocker is turning a broken engagement into something positive, by offering a free engagement ring to a couple "so in love" who can't afford it.
Grab the tissues.
Kyle and Jordon danced the day away to celebrate their nuptials at the beautiful Rainbow Room.
Kyle Otte and Jordon Taylor became husband and wife in front of TODAY's studio audience.
Kyle and Jordon will finish off their whirlwind wedding experience with the trip of a lifetime.
Say "I Do!" in a comfy new wedding sneaker collection
Every modern wedding needs a hashtag, and the live wedding of Kyle and Jordan coming up on TODAY is no exception. Head to the KLG and Hoda Facebook page to...
In case you haven't heard, Kathie Lee and Hoda have teamed up with Zola to throw a wedding!
They're simply gorgeous!
Yum, looks like you made a great decision!
From baby sitter to bride, this woman lovingly welcomed 15 of her charges as her youngest bridal attendants in her wedding last fall.
We're planning the TODAY wedding, and it's up to YOU to make choose the details that will be worn on the big day!
Here comes the bride all dressed in ... the dress you chose!
John Cena will be officiating a dream wedding for these two lucky TODAY viewers: Kyle and Jordon! As longtime TODAY and WWE fans, these two couldn't be more...
Here's one way to make your big day really memorable.
This Alabama mom received her dream gift that was 12 years in the making: Stunning photos of her four daughters together in their wedding gowns.
First comes love, then comes registering.
Embroidered with crystals and lace, this daring jumpsuit from Spanish bridal house Pronovias took more than 240 hours to make.
TODAY has been throwing dream weddings for over a decade, and this year, Kathie Lee and Hoda are looking for one lucky couple to "say I do" with!
Ariel Desiree McRae recently took to Facebook to defend her $130 engagement ring, and proved you really can't put a price tag on love.
Makenzee Meaux of Texas surprised many friends when she revealed her alopecia. Now her stunning engagement photos have gone viral.
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The groom was expecting to see his bride in her white wedding gown — instead, she was wearing her favorite sweats.
It's really saying something when winning the World Series is the second most exciting thing you did last week.
The California wildfires destroyed a young bride's wedding dress and venue less than a week before her big day.
This bride found perfection in her closet: The 1962 gown worn by her grandmother, who was speechless when she saw the gown back in action.
Who wore it best? The bride, of course! With her broken wrist in a splint, a bride's attendants and husband donned Ace bandages to support her.
T.J. Maxx's new wedding shop is making being a bride (or a guest) more fashionable and affordable than ever.
Dawnetta Heinz offered up her wedding dress for free online. Now, 12 brides will wear it in what the women are calling, "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Dress."...
Madison Kantzer always knew she would wear her grandmother's vintage gown to her wedding. Not only did it fit her perfectly, it helped her share her big day...
For 24-year-old Julie McMillian, who has been using a wheelchair for most of her life, finding a wedding dress proved to be challenging.
If marriage is a commitment to life's highs and lows, why not tie the knot on a roller coaster?
This schoolteacher invited her entire class of kindergarten and first-grade students.
When Alfred Angelo stores suddenly closed, women on Twitter began offering their dresses to brides.
Miranda Kerr paid tribute to Grace Kelly with her gorgeous Dior wedding gown.
"I burst into tears when I found out ... I don't know what my next steps are," Monique Ortiz of Las Vegas told TODAY.
Can bridesmaids really wear their dresses again? This woman's hilarious photos prove that, yes, technically you can.
"When your friend comes to you and says, 'I want to do some boudoir shots ... dressed up as a dinosaur!' You say, 'WHEN AND WHERE?!'"
When one couple got stressed out with wedding planning, they took a cousin up on his offer to be their flower man, and he was a total pro.