Nostalgia and romance as couples take wedding photos where they first met

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  • We love to see couples stay together long enough to go down memory lane.
  • This new trend couples have been following on social media to celebrate their love has us gushing.
  • These couples went to places they met or had their first date to take wedding or engagement pictures.

When it comes to celebrating love, couples have been setting new trends on how to do so; from renewing wedding vows, to trying couple's therapy to rekindle old love. The latest trend on social media sees couples visiting the places they met, had first their date or a hobby they enjoy together. These include visiting libraries, restaurants, and parks to take wedding, engagement and anniversary pictures. The following couples shared images of themselves on Twitter celebrating their love.

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Twitter user Kimberly Nicole took the platform to share a wedding day image of a couple at Starbucks as it was the location of their first date. She captioned the image: "The trend of taking your wedding photos at the location of your first date has to be the cutest thing on earth." This tweet inspired other couples to share their pictures as well, and their entire comment section was gushing over the romance the images portrayed. 

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"We did our anniversary photos a couple years ago in the Dallas Botanical Garden where we had our first date"

"Not wedding, but we did our engagement pictures at a library because we love reading"

"Not wedding, but our engagement pics. We had every date at Whataburger the first year"

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"The photo on the left is from our engagement pics we did in West Palm, the city where we met"

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"We took our wedding pictures at the high school we met"

"We first met when we were working together at Fort George"

"My fiancé and I's first date was at Starbucks and Dave and Busters so we took our engagement pics there"

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"We did our engagement photoshoot in the Culinary building where we met"

"We took some engagement photos rocking apparel from our alma mater"

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