Bride & Groom Invite Wedding Guests To Deliver ‘Random Acts Of Kindness’ To Celebrate Their Love — See All The Good Deeds!

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What a selfless way to celebrate love!

Newlywed bride Leigh McManus did an amazing thing by asking her wedding guests to give random acts of kindness to celebrate her wedding!

The 36-year-old and new husband James Clark Jr. wanted to give back during the weeks leading up to their September 26 ceremony in Sanibel Island, Florida!

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So when the couple sent out their wedding invitations, they included a special request! McManus said:

“We invited people to participate if they felt so inclined. We asked if they did participate to email or text me or use the hashtag #kindleigheverafter.”

Even a month after they tied the knot, the bride and groom are still seeing the impact of their request, as the act of kindness reports have not stopped since they said “I do!”

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Emily Schairer, one of the bridesmaids, took pet supplies to a local animal shelter with her cat loving daughter Chloe (above)!

The maid of honor brought donuts to her nail salon, while the bride’s childhood friend brought frozen yogurt to a security guard at her office building!

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Other wedding guest performed acts of kindness like baking cookies for the UPS deliveryman, donating supplies to a women’s shelter, and buying lunch for a stranger!

McManus and her husband got in on the kindness too, donating their wedding flower arrangements to nursing homes and a local hospital!

This is totally AH-Mazing! We hope this becomes a new tradition for spreading love and kindness to other people!

[Image via ABC News.]

Oct 27, 2015 3:54pm PDT

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