from India Insight:

In pursuit of the perfect lehenga in Delhi’s Chandni Chowk

January 16, 2014

Each evening, after pulling their shutters down, sari salesmen in Delhi’s Chandni Chowk market sit down for three hours to fold their wares: embroidered, embellished saris and lehengas that customers browsed all day.

from Photographers' Blog:

Guest at a teen wedding

September 25, 2013

Beit Lahiya, near the border between Israeli and northern Gaza Strip

By Mohammed Salem

I got a phone call from a friend asking if I wanted to photograph a wedding in Gaza. I told him I wasn't interested but when he told me the groom was 15 years old and the bride was one year younger than him, I rushed to the location immediately.

from Photographers' Blog:

Reality of a grand Hasidic wedding

May 23, 2013

Jerusalem

By Ronen Zvulun

Coming back home at 5am sunrise, I was just beginning to digest the grand event I was lucky to witness and cover: the wedding of the grandson of one of the most influential spiritual leaders in Israel’s ultra-Orthodox community.

from Tales from the Trail:

Back at home, President Obama, family attend wedding

By Eric Johnson
June 17, 2012

President Barack Obama got a brief respite from the euro zone debt crisis and an intensifying general election campaign on Saturday while attending the wedding of a top aide's daughter with his family in his hometown.

from Photographers' Blog:

A game of two other halves

June 10, 2012

By Eddie Keogh

As part of our photographic coverage of Euro 2012, Darren Staples and myself from England and Michael Dalder from Germany are covering all the group games in Kiev and Lviv in Ukraine. Our first game was between Germany and Portugal last Saturday in Lviv and proved to be a very interesting day.

from Photographers' Blog:

What to wear for an Indonesian royal wedding

October 21, 2011

By Beawiharta

Walking with two cameras, a small bag and a ladder is a daily activity for me. But today, I have a different assignment. I must change into a different kind of clothing to cover the marriage of GKR Bendara (youngest daughter of Yogyakarta King Sultan Hamengkubuwono X) to her husband KPH Yudanegara.

from Oddly Enough Blog:

Meet the Duchess of Holiday Weekends

October 9, 2011

Blog Guy, it’s me, the guy you got hooked on photos of that duchess...

I guess that narrows it down to about nine million guys.

I need fresh pictures, but the last time I asked, you gave me a duchess made of butter and a chick with gross fingernails. So this time, I'll be clearer.

from Oddly Enough Blog:

Duchess, the sun never sets on the British vampire…

August 25, 2011

I'll admit I was skeptical when I saw photos of the cast of yet another TV movie about Prince William and Kate Middleton. Did we really need this? I mean, I guess maybe if they found a dead ringer to play Kate... Nope, that's not it...

from Oddly Enough Blog:

Mystery brunette with Prince William?

August 22, 2011

Blog Guy, I'm confused. I was walking past a toy shop in London and I saw a doll that looked like Prince William.

from FaithWorld:

High drama in India as monkeys wed despite official disapproval

By Reuters Staff
July 8, 2011

(Rajesh plays with his monkey Raju, the "groom" in India's first monkey wedding, in the northwestern state of Rajasthan, July 4, 2011/Danish Siddiqui)