Every Photobooth Needs an Awesome Slow Motion Option Like This

You know what's always a hit? Photo booths at weddings. You know what's always fun? Slow motion. You know what would be amazing? A slow-motion photo booth at a wedding. It can document all the cheery drunkenness and celebratory antics and encouraged public displays of affection and confetti and suits and ties and… » 8/29/13 11:00pm 8/29/13 11:00pm

This Guy Proposed to His Girlfriend with... Vine

I don't even... This is just... I can't believe... okay. Breathe. Some guy used Vine and Twitter to propose to his girlfriend. As in he recorded a six second Vine video (selfie?) asking her to marry him, with a ring and everything. She didn't say no. » 5/29/13 9:15pm 5/29/13 9:15pm

Watch This Wedding Photographer's Hair Catch on Fire (Because…

Photographer Jacki Bruniquel's hair got too close to a candle and caught fire while shooting Murray and Emma Burton's wedding ceremony. Thankfully, one of the groomsmen quickly ran after her to extinguish the flames and everyone started to laugh. Because, let's admit it, people burning is fun. At least in South… » 11/19/12 10:38am 11/19/12 10:38am

This Guy Proposed to His Girlfriend By Faking a Plane Crash

We've seen some awesome, hilarious and good-hearted proposals but we've never seen anything as twisted as this: a guy and girl fly a two person plane and take in the sweeping views (cue: aww) but then things take a wild turn, as the plane begins to crash. Well, "crash". » 9/28/12 9:00pm 9/28/12 9:00pm

Nobody Wants to Get Married at Eric Schmidt's House Because of Kim…

Eric Schmidt is the owner of a mansion in Montecito, California that's so beautiful and gorgeous that even the rich and famous use it to hold their weddings and parties. But apparently, not anymore. And it's not because Schmitty is no longer the Google CEO but because of Kim Kardashian. What? » 8/14/12 9:30pm 8/14/12 9:30pm

The First Wedding In the World Filmed With Ultra-High Definition 3D…

I always hated video in weddings. The quality always look so cheesy. But not this one. This one was filmed with RED Epic cameras on 5K resolution and 3D! These are the same cameras that Peter Jackson is using for The Hobbit or Ridley Scott used for Prometheus. » 6/20/12 9:40am 6/20/12 9:40am