I don't know how I would fare growing up in a time without social media or reality television. Thankfully, I will never have to live a life like that. The only sad thing is that it's hard to dip back into the archives for any pre-social media era events. Case in point, weddings. Today, weddings are plastered all over social media and couples even have wedding hashtags. So, when I wanted to see what Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards wedding to Mauricio Umansky was like, it was definitely a tough task to undertake.
The Real Housewives golden couple got married all the way back in 1996, which means that they did not have the same technology newlyweds have today to document the big day. Luckily, we live in an era with Throwback Thursday and Flashback Friday, which means that some old pics have surfaced. Sadly, there are only a few photos of Kyle and Mauricio's wedding on the Internet. Even so, it is clear that this pair was just as gorgeous back in the day as they are now, their wedding was beautiful, and that they have always been the most perfect couple. If these two got married in the social media era, it might even be too much perfection for me to handle.
A Beautiful Bride
Give or take a spray tan, Kyle pretty much looks exactly the same as she did back in the day: like a classic beauty.
A Gaze Of Love
Mauricio and Kyle seem so in love in this photo. You cannot help but feel happy for a pair who is this genuine.
A Smiling Couple
First off, the full view of Kyle's wedding dress is to die for. She looks like a perfect bride. And these two look so happy to be husband and wife.
A Fun Reception
Mauricio's mom posted this sweet photo collage to celebrate the couple's anniversary. It looks like they had a pretty fun wedding reception, that's for sure.
Mauricio and Kyle are such a picture perfect couple, so I'm not at all shocked by the how wonderful their wedding photos are. I just wish there were more of them, but as a loyal fan, I'll take what I can get while I sit here wishing that my life was like theirs.