Bride widowed on wedding day as groom shot dead by two of her guests

A groom and his brother were shot dead by two wedding guests just hours after the man had tied the knot to the love of his life.

The horrifying incident took place at a country club in the village of Vlasovo in the Russian region of Moscow Oblast on January 22.

The couple had been enjoying a traditional Russian wedding, which can last between two days ad one week.

Footage shows the newlywed couple dancing to party music with their guests, including one dressed as Mickey Mouse and one dressed as Minnie Mouse, who are seen bouncing around to the music and seemingly enjoying themselves at the big celebration.

The couple are later seen hugging while each of them holds flares as they watch a firework display as romantic music plays in the background.

But the groom, Radu Cordinianu, 34, and his brother Philip Cordinianu, 36, were shot dead on the second day of the wedding festivities when a row broke out between Radu and the two suspected killers, Alexey D. and Vladimir D.

The killers, who are also bothers, had been invited to the wedding by the bride.

The situation quickly escalated and the suspects fired six or seven gunshots, leaving the Cordinianu brothers dead at the scene.

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According to news site Life, the two suspects, who turned out to be guests from the bride's side, were detained in Moscow the following day.

The bride, identified only with her first name Christina, addressed her deceased fiancee with a heartbreaking tribute in an Instagram post.

Christina wrote: "How am I going to live without you, my beloved man?

"I will always be your wife. I promise. You are my only one. We will be together forever.

"Just be there, look at me from above, and I will fulfill all our dreams for you so that you are proud of me. Sleep well, my dear, and I will try to survive this pain."

In the comments, many expressed condolences to the widowed bride, wishing her strength and patience.

The investigation continues.

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