In 2016, Lauren Parks' grandmother, Marie Engelking, was admitted in a memory care unit moments after she suffered dementia.
While in the care home, Park and her lover Tommy got engaged in a ceremony they both would have loved for Marie to attend.
The two lovebirds were disappointed as the grandmother was missing in their engagement photos but they did not give up as they thought of other ways to make it up to her.
When Parks and her lover held their wedding, they tried all they could to get her grandma to the venue in vain.
Still adamant, the couple did their magic and made sure they brought a piece of their wedding to her.
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Parks, the bride, put on her wedding dress, her hubby his wedding suit and together they 'stormed' the memory care unit to surprise their grandma with a tiny second wedding party.
Some members of their families also jumped on board and joined them at the care facility fully dressed in their dresses and suits.
It was all celebrations at the facility as the family held a mini wedding ceremony just for the grandmother who had missed the first one.
Meanwhile, they say the most beautiful thing about love is that it happens in unexpected ways and at a time, one least expects to find it.
This was the case for newlyweds Oluwaseun Falade and Oluwatunmise Jolayemi. Speaking with Legit.ng, Oluwaseun revealed that he met his wife when he wasn't looking for anything serious.
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