Tattoos And A Wedding

Mar 17 08:52 2009 Ashley Ford Print This Article


It is every women’s dream to have that gorgeous dream wedding where she can be treated like a princess for a day. Well one couple in Waterbury Connecticut certainly had a different idea of that dream wedding. The couple decided to get married on one of the most unholy days of the years,Guest Posting Halloween. The couple tied the knot at a local tattoo studio on Halloween and to seal the deal the bride and the groom both got tattooed. Fortunately, they did not get each others names tattooed on each other, which is a good thing. But then again the bride got “werewolf” tattooed on her knuckles and her groom got “wormfood” tattooed on his knuckles. Even though these words seem out of the ordinary they both have special meaning to each of them. However, if would probably be more romantic if they got each others names tattooed on them but that is besides the point.

This just goes to prove a point that when two people are in love and share a special bond with each other, they don’t need the traditional diamond engagement ring and wedding bands to seal their lifetime bond. This couple is obviously the nontraditional couple that has a deep love for each other as well as a great love of tattoos.

So take this as a lesson learned to all your nontraditional people out there that also have a love for tattoos. If you would rather use tattoos to seal your matrimonial bond than by all means head to your local tattoo studio and get inked up. There is a huge plus side to this nontraditional approach, you won’t have to spend hundreds of dollars on a engagement  ring or wedding band.

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Ashley

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