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October 11, 2019


Bride incorporates late father's ashes into wedding nails, uses 'tiny bits of bone fragment' for glittery look

(Thanks to Al Barkafski, who says “Dad will be there on the wedding night!”)


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Was this one of those weddings where the bride wore black and the wedding march was a Morrissey song?

Somehow I knew this was British as soon as I saw that headline.

The father-daughter dance should be interesting.

Makes about as much sense as a barefoot hippy wedding under an oak tree in the cow pasture.

After reading this article, you don't have to be Carnack the Magnificent to see an Ed Gein wedding chapel opening soon in Las Vegas.

Well first my eyes saw the cremains were placed in her dress, which kept me confused for a while, then I looked at the picture and who the hell would think this was a good idea? She looks like she's got carbuncles on her nails, and she could put an eye out with that mess.
Here's a idea. How about a nice gold chain with a locket containing Dad's picture? You can even stuff some ashes in there if you so desire.

What a batsh!t crazy lovely idea! Not creepy at all.

What ever happened to the traditional ashes in the wedding cake? Or is that a regional thing?

She sounds like a Game of Thrones family. The Lannisters send their regards...

Am I the only one who was confused by the term "wedding nails" ?

I figured Wednesday Addams would have been a lot older.

Nailed it!

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