A reader round-up full of smiles, tears, cheers, and FEELS!

Updated Oct 12 2015
Photo by Amy Ann Photography

Carolyn and Kaleisha are just making my day with their beautiful smiles and that high-five down the aisle. This week our Flickr pool was flooded with photos like this — of the most adorable and emotional couples!

I seriously fell in love with all your smiles, tears, and celebratory high-fives. Scroll through this reader round-up with me and try not to feel the feels.

Photo by Amy Ann Photography
I just had to share another photo from Carolyn and Kaleisha's wedding. Their first look session ended with these sweet tears of happiness. I told y'all, the feels are intense today!

Photo by Elizabeth Balentine
I can't even deal with this photo of Matt holding his wife's bouquet as she recites her vows. Makes you wanna sing "Can You Feel the Love Tonight?…" Right!?

Photo by Elizabeth Balentine
But he was all adorable smiles during Matt and Nat's first dance. These two crazy kids got married on April Fool's, but there ain't nuthin' foolish about their amazing wedding outfits.

All I Want is You
Photo by Jason Perkins of Essence Photography
From beautiful green gowns and a man in a kilt, to a swirly white dress and man in uniform. Mmmm, hmmm Lucy and Jared made their grand entrance in style.

Ring exchange
Photo by LilMunke Photography
Look at this beautiful moment between Cassandra and her new husband. This sweet hand kiss was captured after the ring exchange, and it's giving me ear-to-ear smiles.

Bowties!The roller coaster of emotions ends with Mr Puppydog here — rocking an adorable bow tie. At first he was all, "What's on my neck?" And then he was all "I'm not sure how I feel about what's on my neck." And then he was all, "Don't I look dapper with this thing around my neck?" And the answer is, "Yes. Yes you do!" Who's a good dog? YOU are.

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