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LONDON - JULY 20: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal wedding cake is photographed before it goes on display at Buckingham Palace during the annual summer opening on July 20, 2011 in London, England. The cake was featured in the wedding of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge on April 29. (Photo by Lewis Whyld/WPA Pool/ Getty Images)

What’s better than firemen who save the wedding cake? After having their wedding canceled twice due to the pandemic, James Leggett was inside the We The Curious venue on Saturday. He was waiting on his bride-to-be, Amy Heath, who was two minutes away from leaving her hotel room for the ceremony. Then suddenly the building caught fire, causing their wedding to be canceled for a third time.

Solar panels on the roof reportedly caught fire. However. The responding firemen wanted to salvage as much of the happy day as they could; they saved photos, keepsakes, and the untouched three-tier wedding cake, carrying it out of the building. No word on when attempt number four will be tried by the couple.

Anything sexier than firemen who save the wedding cake?

Source: The Sun

According to TikTok, these wedding trends will be big in 2022:

  • Groomsmen first look – A first look is typically when a couple sees each other for the first time on their wedding day. This twist is something some brides are opting to do with their husband’s groomsmen.
  • Editorial photography – Wedding planner Victoria Holland says more brides are going for a more editorial vibe with their wedding pictures. She says there’s more demand for “those cool, candid shots” now.
  • “Flower man” – A modern spin on a flower girl, this is a man walking down the aisle tossing petals. The moment gets a lot of laughs from guests and gives the bride another way to include their best guy friend in the ceremony.
  • No more garter tosses – This wedding tradition can be awkward and embarrassing and Holland says most couples hate it, so many of them are ditching it.