By Phoebe Jackson-edwards For Mailonline. Classic shots of cake cutting and tossing the bouquet just don't show enough individuality for some couples on their wedding day. So many newlyweds are instead opting to get creative - using bizarre items such as raw chickens, shotguns, face paint and Photoshop to put their personal stamp on their albums - as these photos reveal. One couple decided to show their love of toting handguns while others went for a watery theme with an image of the two of them riding the waves in a car. A couple surf the waves in their wedding car with a Photoshopped tidal wave carrying them away. In another confusing image, the couple decided as well as throwing the confetti they would throw some chicken carcasses in the air. Maybe their eyes met over the butcher's aisle in the supermarket or they just love poultry and wanted it to be involved in their big day. Another bride and groom opted for face paint - a tiger design for her and a panda for him.
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Paul 'Topper' Smith had a picture of himself in the nude put on the side of a van on the approach to the Moddershall Oaks wedding venue. He then parked the van in a lay-by close to the wedding venue at Moddershall Oaks, near Stone , to surprise his partner, Dawn Taylor. And despite being a little shocked, Dawn, and all the day guests, found it highly amusing yesterday. It was taken by Julie from behind the bar. Dawn is very special to me. I am very happy. He mentioned he might do something, but I didn't think he would go through with it. It made my day and made it that bit more special. It was not a surprise he would do something like this. He is full of tricks.
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A bride abandoned her wedding day photos to perform CPR on a woman who crashed her car in front of the photo session. Xie Dan had been posing with her new husband in Wafangdian, a north-eastern province of Liaoning, China, on 18 August when the incident happened. The full-time nurse saw a woman, thought to be in her 70s, fall out of a vehicle after it crashed into a car. The bride immediately ran to the scene to carry out mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on the injured woman. Police confirmed the woman had fallen from a three-wheeled vehicle after it had crashed into another car. Passersby were stunned at the sight of a bride running down the street in a wedding dress and stopped to take photos on their mobile phones. In the images, Xie can be seen crouched over the victim in her gown with decorative flowers still placed in her hair. If you have a story for our news team, email us at webnews metro.