Couples kiss during a military mass wedding ceremony in Taipei, Taiwan. Three hundred and seventy six couples tied the knot, with Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou as the witness for the ceremony. Pichi Chuang/Reuters
No, because the day is all about the two of you. But, it is kind of sweet!
Wouldn't want to share my special day.
well I don't think so all at once lol
Actually, it might be lots of fun and these new military wives might have met some new friends during the process.
No. Too many people. I don't like crowds. Plus I think every bride should have her own special day.
At first I thought the photo was taken looking in a mirror. Or something.
Quoting Mariagma3: No, because the day is all about the two of you. But, it is kind of sweet!
Wow thats alot of cake
I was surprised to read that it took place in Taiwan. I heard from a good friend who is Hong Kong Chinese that Western style weddings are getting to be popular in Asian countries.
Quoting tnwp21:Actually, it might be lots of fun and these new military wives might have met some new friends during the process.
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