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A group of friends engaged in a riotous paint fight - all in their wedding dresses - in a bid to give the gowns a final outing. Take a look:Read the full story ›
Yesterday ITV News brought you the story of a young woman with cancer trying to raise enough money to marry her carer before her condition gets worse.
Since then, many people have come forward with generous offers to help the young couple from Wiltshire.
We've fielded offers of a free bridal dress, photoshoot and videographer.
28-year-old Laura Saull has stage four cancer, which has spread to her spine, lungs, ovaries and brain. She and her partner Sam Vickery are keen to get married as soon as possible - and are relying on crowdfunding to help them.
Thanks to your generosity, the total has risen by more than a thousand pounds overnight, and the couple say they now have enough to pay for the big day.
The couple have expressed their gratitude to donators.
We're so grateful for how much has been given. It really will allow us to have the magical day we wanted.
Britain's smallest wedding venue has been opened in a seven foot wide 18th century prison cell in Somerset.Read the full story ›
A Devon bride has told ITV West Country how her dream wedding in the Dominican Republic was ruined by sickness.
Katie Sims, her husband and almost all the guests were bed-ridden. After a quick ceremony, Katie spent most of her wedding day in hospital.
The parents of a five-year-old boy from Devon have fulfilled his dying wish by getting married at his bedside at Bristol Children's Hospital.
Corey Edwards passed away last night, but not before seeing his mum and dad make history. Craig and Jemma Edwards tied the knot last week after being given special permission so that Corey, who had a severe heart condition, could be part of their day.
It seems Cornwall is the perfect county to say "I do" in.
The number of couples registering to marry in the county are increasing every year. Francesca Carpenter reports