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This newlywed couple delivered flower arrangements from their wedding to those in need of a smile

By Marika Gerken, CNN

(CNN) — After tying the knot on September 19, Hannah and Chance Buckner found their hearts full of love — and their garage full of flower arrangements.

Instead of giving the flowers to their guests, which is common — and perfectly fine — the newlyweds decided to spread some much-needed love and positivity in their community of San Angelo, Texas, by hand delivering the bouquets to those who could use a reason to smile.

Buckner took to social media for help with distribution.

“We just got married and would like to give away our wedding flowers,” she posted in her community page. “If you know anyone who is lonely or needing a lift in their spirits, even if it’s an elderly person on your street you’ve seen but never talked to please message me their address and we will deliver an arrangement to them with an

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This newlywed couple delivered flower arrangements from their wedding to those in need of a reason to smile

After tying the knot on September 19, Hannah and Chance Buckner found their hearts full of love — and their garage full of flower arrangements.



Owen Thomas standing in front of a window posing for the camera


© Courtesy Hannah Buckner


Instead of giving the flowers to their guests, which is common — and perfectly fine — the newlyweds decided to spread some much-needed love and positivity in their community of San Angelo, Texas, by hand delivering the bouquets to those who could use a reason to smile.

Buckner took to social media for help with distribution.

“We just got married and would like to give away our wedding flowers,” she posted in her community page. “If you know anyone who is lonely or needing a lift in their spirits, even if it’s an elderly person on your street you’ve seen but never talked to please message me their address and we will deliver an arrangement to them with an encouraging

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Heartbreak for newlywed couple after thief makes off with wedding photographer’s $20,000 camera gear

Heartbreak for newlywed couple after a thief makes off with wedding photographer’s $20,000 camera gear – along with the only recording of their special day

  • A young Queensland couple’s wedding footage was stolen by a heartless thief
  • Matthew and Jay-Louise Breen were married on the Gold Coast on October 4
  • Almost $20,000 worth of camera gear was stolen from the photographer’s car
  • The heartbroken couple said they are holding out hope of finding the footage

A newlywed couple was left devastated after a heartless thief stole footage of their wedding day. 

Matty and Jay-Louise Breen, of Palm Beach on the Gold Coast, filmed their October 4 wedding for family and friends who couldn’t attend due to COVID-19 restrictions.

They paid wedding photographer James Connell to capture their special day, only

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