27 Images of vintage weddings that will reach your heart
If your house catches fire and you can only save one object, what would you choose? You may be surprised to learn that many people, middle and old above all, would choose to save some photo album, since one of the few things that are priceless in this world are the memories .  Thanks to traditional photographs, our parents and grandparents are able to remember with clarity such important events as the birth of a child, a dream vacation or the day of their wedding.
The traditional photograph has a certain charm that only increases over the years. Next, we will show you some images of vintage weddings that will reach your heart.
1- The height of chance
"Both couples were married in the Philippines on the same day, on July 23, 1955 and in the same church, those on the left married at 10 in the morning and those on the right at 1 in the afternoon. What they never imagined is that their children would end up marrying and give them a grandchild in common. "- Joslenetuldanes
2- United for an eternal love
"My grandparents have been married for 63 years and they are as happy as they look in the picture. Every night before going to bed my grandfather approaches his wife and says: 'You are the love of my life, the mother of my children and I will always love you'. "- emmas40234abd
3- Cufflinks and more cufflinks
" This picture is from my grandparents' wedding by my mother made in 1944. My grandmother appears in the photo with her twin as maid of honor and her two twin nieces. In the image there is a third twin in the family, my great-grandfather. That's right, three generations of twins! "- dsalyer3
" Here you have my grandparents Muzafar and Rahat on their wedding day back in the 40s' in what would be Pakistan today. "- sarapara725
6- Generational love
"Married on 10/01/1949 as it is written in my mother's covenant and that I wear every day." – sheas40e99414a
7 – Cake lovers
"My grandparents' wedding was June 27, 1953. You can perfectly feel the love in the image ! "- lilfig
8- United for a forbidden love
"My grandmother was forbidden to marry my grandfather. They locked her in the house and removed her wedding dress. Far from giving up, she escaped through the window and married a black dress, as you can see in the picture. His family did not tell him about it for almost 10 years. More than 50 years have passed since that day and he has no regrets about what he did. "- terezab483393f92