Thursday, 31 October 2019

Paul Feig dishes on whether there could be a Bridesmaids sequel | The List



Paul Feig dishes on whether there could be a Bridesmaids sequel


Bridesmaids cast and Paul Feig
Paul Feig says a 'Bridesmaids' sequel is down to lead star Kristen Wiig.
The 2011 comedy classic saw Wiig's alter ego Annie Walker ruin her friendship with her best friend (Maya Rudolph) Lillian and go through a tumultuous time with her cop lover Rhodes (Chris O'Dowd) and cause chaos as her pal prepared to tie the knot, before restoring peace.
And director Feig has admitted it would take a really clever storyline to make a second film because Wiig's character's situation was resolved by the end of the flick.
Asked about doing another film, he explained: "Everybody thinks they want a 'Bridesmaids' sequel.
"It could be fun, but I always have to say this: 'Bridesmaids' works – you remember all the comedy stuff, that was great, but the reason that movie worked is because it was about Kristen Wiig's character who was a very confident person before the movie began who has this total crash because her bakery goes out of business and everything falls apart in her life.

Wednesday, 30 October 2019

Bridesmaids director explains why there are no plans for a sequel



Bridesmaids director explains why there are no plans for a sequel

Bridesmaids became such a smash hit when it was released in 2011 that fans have been clamouring for a sequel ever since.
But director Paul Feig has admitted that the magic of the female-fronted movie would be hard to capture a second time.
Speaking to Collider, the former Sabrina the Teenage Witch star said the film was more than just the quotable moments.
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"Everybody thinks they want a Bridesmaids sequel," Feig said.
"It could be fun, but I always have to say this: Bridesmaids works – you remember all the comedy stuff, that was great, but the reason that movie worked is because it was about Kristen Wiig's character who was a very confident person before the movie began who has this total crash because her bakery goes out of business and everything falls apart in her life.

Tuesday, 29 October 2019

Week 2: Watch the Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown, "'Bridesmaids' - Los Angeles Times



Week 2: Watch the Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown, "'Bridesmaids'

Film notable Justin Chang is searching for the Ultimate Summer Movie — with help from Times readers who voted “Bridesmaids” as their pick for Week 2.
Chang and columnist Mary McNamara discuss ”Bridesmaids” live at 6 p.m.on May 14. Watch the conversation on the the Classic Hollywood Facebook Page. Or tune in on YouTube or Twitter.
In this new story revisiting “Bridesmaids,” Times writers discuss the enduring appeal of the 2011 Kristen Wiig-starring comedy, the obtuseness of the “Are women funny?” debate and the pros and cons of that scene.

Monday, 28 October 2019

A ‘Bridesmaids’ Sequel Is Probably Not Going to Happen



A ‘Bridesmaids’ Sequel Is Probably Not Going to Happen

In a recent interview with Collider, filmmaker Paul Feig discussed his career, landing on topic of his 2011 comedy Bridesmaids. The movie grossed over $280 million worldwide and set the bar for other female-driven situational comedies for years to come. Kristen Wiig stars as Annie Walker, a down-on-her-luck baker who takes on the task of being her best friend Lillian (Maya Rudolph)’s maid of honor. Bridesmaids was praised by critics and moviegoers alike, from Annie Mumolo’s sharp script to Melissa McCarthy’s outstanding supporting role as Lillian’s new sister-in-law. So why not bring everyone back for round two? Feig opened up about his methodical decision to not pursue Bridesmaids 2: 

Sunday, 27 October 2019

How 'Bridesmaids' broke comedy rules, on its own terms - Los Angeles Times



How 'Bridesmaids' broke comedy rules, on its own terms

The #UltimateSummerMovie Showdown is under way, and voters have chosen “Bridesmaids” (2011) as their winner for Week 2, dedicated to movies first released in theaters from May 8-14 (between 1975 and 2019). Times film critic Justin Chang sat down with entertainment columnist Glenn Whipp to discuss the enduring appeal of the Kristen Wiig-starring comedy, the obtuseness of the “Are women funny?” debate and the pros and cons of that scene.
JUSTIN CHANG: Glenn, bear with me, but I must originate this week’s conversation with a personal anecdote. Back in the summer of 2011, my wife — my girlfriend at the time — went with her roommate to see “Bridesmaids,” which had just opened to big box office, glowing reviews and a lot of chatter about how much it meant for women in comedy and women in Hollywood. The hype was understandable, of course. It also had its share of annoying side effects. At the theater, the (male) ticket taker took one look at my wife and her roommate and said something to the effect of “You’re both going to love this movie! It was made for you!”
As it turns out, “Bridesmaids” was decidedly not made for my wife; she didn’t care for it at all. I adored it and belief it was one of the funniest comedies I’d seen in years — and not only that but also one of the most emotionally perceptive and penetrating studies of friendship, class envy and midlife despair to emerge from a major Hollywood studio in recent memory. I still think that. And I say that after spending a recent afternoon rewatching the movie, laughing to myself and sometimes cringing through my fingers at every one of Kristen Wiig’s extended verbal pratfalls. (My wife, working on her laptop nearby, paused every so often to roll her eyes in my direction.)
All of which goes to show the folly of trying to pigeonhole movies and their audiences, even with the best of intentions. And I think it’s worth keeping in mind as we enter our second week of writing about our readers’ favorites in the #UltimateSummerMovie Showdown. Does the world really need to hear two guys talking about “Bridesmaids”? Probably not. But hey, the world definitely didn’t need to hear two guys talking about “The Avengers” last week, and with that behind us, I’m eager to dive with you into a discussion of a much better movie. And I hope we can discuss “Bridesmaids” beyond simply what it represents, which is never as interesting as discussing what a movie actually is.

Saturday, 26 October 2019

Bridezilla is furious that her bridesmaid won't be drinking at her wedding because she's PREGNANT | Daily Mail Online



Bridezilla is furious that her bridesmaid won't be drinking at her wedding because she's PREGNANT

An American bridezilla threw a tantrum because one of her bridesmaids will be pregnant at her wedding, saying it's 'unfair' that the bridesmaid won't 'be there' for her in the way she wants because she won't be drinking alcohol on the big day.
The bride, who was shamed on Reddit, complained that her bridesmaid got pregnant with her third child even after the bride had asked her to wait until after the wedding to expand her family.
And it seems that no one will be able convince the bride that she's being unreasonable, since even her own mother is backing her up and calling the bridesmaid 'selfish.'
Me, me, me! An American bridezilla threw a tantrum because one of her bridesmaids will be pregnant at her wedding
The saga played out in a group text exchange that the pregnant bridesmaid — who is the bride's cousin — shared on Reddit this weekend.
The mother of the bride had said to the pregnant bridesmaid, her niece, 'You don’t think you should have waited [to get pregnant] until you didn’t have a wedding to be in?'
Later, in a group text, she complained that the bridesmaid 'didn't even have the respect to talk to [the bride] at all first' before getting pregnant.

Friday, 25 October 2019

These engagement-style photos of elderly couples will make you smile, guaranteed



These engagement-style photos of elderly couples will make you smile, guaranteed

Editor’s note : This is an article we’re sharing again, apt published in July 2019. We’ve made some minor tweaks.

A London-based photographer specializes in engagement-style photos of elderly couples, and the results are simply stunning.
You might have seen Sujata Setia’s work on Facebook, because it has made the rounds over the years. She’s also been featured on CTV News, in an interview you can watch by clicking or tapping here.


  

In a Facebook message, Setia, of But Natural Photography, spoke of how she got the idea for this kind of work.
“My deep and true love for this genre grew when I started photographing moments my daughter shared with her own grandma. But also when I started to volunteer for this beautiful charity in the UK (called) Contact The Elderly,” Setia said. “One of the activities they do is to orderly tea parties for (elderly people who) live alone without (full) support, and I have been privileged enough to host two such tea parties at my home.” 

Thursday, 24 October 2019

Tips for Ensuring Your Bridesmaids Love the Dresses You Choose for Them | Martha Stewart Weddings



Tips for Ensuring Your Bridesmaids Love the Dresses You Choose for Them

You don't have to have been a bridesmaid to know that the number one complaint of all bridal parties is about the dress they'll be wearing. It doesn't have to be that way, though. There are plenty of beautiful, flattering dresses out there that your best friends will love. But how do you make sure they'll love the gowns you pick out? Here are a few tips to keep your ladies (and you) happy with your choice.
Related: What Your Bridesmaids' Dresses Say About You

Start by asking them what they like.

Wednesday, 23 October 2019

Aussie bride chooses $25 Kmart bridesmaids dresses over $250 option | Newshub



Aussie bride chooses $25 Kmart bridesmaids dresses over $250 option

The post racked up over 13,000 likes from impressed fellow Kmart enthusiasts.
"Beautiful dresses and beautiful bridesmaids," one woman wrote. 
"You would never have thought! Amazing," wrote another. 
Young told the Daily Mail she initially considered purchasing a similar option from Australian designer Shona Joy for $240, but struggled with the hefty price tag. 
"It just wasn't feasible for us to spend this much for the bridesmaid dresses," she said. 
While Christmas shopping at Kmart last year, she spotted the black silky option. 
"I saw them and they were exactly what I wanted." 
Young said she hopes the idea will inspire other brides-to-be to not rule out budget retailers when it comes to shopping for special occasions. 

Tuesday, 22 October 2019

Bride Danielle Young saved hundreds after dressing her bridesmaids in $25 dresses from KMART | Daily Mail Online



Bride Danielle Young saved hundreds after dressing her bridesmaids in $25 dresses from KMART

An Australian bride has shared how she managed to save hundreds of dollars on her wedding day by purchasing her bridesmaids dresses from Kmart for only $25 each.
Danielle Young, from Brisbane, said she initially considered purchasing the Shona Joy Bias Cowl Midi Dress which retails for $240 each, but wanted to keep costs down as much as possible.
'It just wasn't feasible for us to spend this much for the bridesmaid dresses,' she told FEMAIL. 
But while shopping for Christmas gifts last December, she noticed a contrivance of dresses at the end of the Kmart checkout aisle that were too good to pass up.
An Australian bride has shared how she managed to save money on her wedding by purchasing her bridesmaids dresses from Kmart for only $25 each (pictured)
'I saw them and they were exactly what I wanted,' she said. 
'I did initially wanted another colour, but I couldn't get over the note so I settled for the black - which I didn't mind at all.

Monday, 21 October 2019

The Entertainer Selects Mapp to Drive Insight-Led Customer Engagement



The Entertainer Selects Mapp to Drive Insight-Led Customer Engagement


Sunday, 20 October 2019

Patient engagement in the time of COVID-19 | BioPharma Dive



Patient engagement in the time of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a significant reduction in the number of patient visits in physicians' offices, and the impact on patient adherence and overall health support cannot be ignored.   
Programs sponsored by life sciences companies can help fill the knowledge and succor gap for patients, providing a range of educational services to address disease knowledge, medication query including dosage and administration, healthy lifestyle education such as diet, exercise and stress management, and information about insurance coverage and offsets. 
While these patient succor programs do not replace healthcare providers, they can provide a trusted and valued complement of information...which is needed now, more than ever.  
Fortunately, many patient support programs are well-suited to remote delivery, especially those that have incorporated digital and other multi-channel solutions in modern years. With the limited face-to-face engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic, patients have increased their use of telehealth and other digital platforms to manage their health which could translate to an increased appetite for more digital engagements now and in the future. 

Saturday, 19 October 2019

What will shopping for jewellery, engagement and wedding rings look like post-lockdown?



What will shopping for jewellery, engagement and wedding rings look like post-lockdown?

With numbers in store necessarily limited, by-appointment-only boutiques could become the norm, while private rooms will be more important than ever. Most Bond Street boutiques have private areas in which consultations can take assign at a safe distance from staff and other customers. 
Cartier’s La Residence: an entire floor akin to a luxury hotel suite, with lounge, kitchen and bar, is the most extravagant. The post-Covid shopping environment may also encourage clients to seek out small, independent jewellers operating from private salons, safe in the knowledge that the entire showroom can be comprehensively cleaned between each appointment.
Beyond the boutiques, we may expect to see jewellers offer greater flexibility when it comes to bringing pieces to clients' homes, gardens and hotel suites - wherever the purchasers feel most comfortable.

Friday, 18 October 2019

Arguing during engagement: Is it a warning sign?



Is it a warning sign?

The engagement period isn’t always a walk in the park for couples. Stress, arguments, and doubts can really put a couple to the test. And there can be various causes.

Arguments that cast a shadow over the engagement period

Arguments between a couple can arise from differences in character, education, culture, or religion. But most often, it’s simply a matter of each wanting to protect themselves in a relationship that will inevitably involve some sacrifices. When you’re in love, there’s a fear of being taken over by the other, of becoming dependent on them. A power struggle, whether subtle or outright, can settle in, even if it’s just to test the other person. Tensions can run high between people who’ve been single a long time and become used to doing things and making decisions on their own.
Nor should we underestimate, as a source of disputes, outside influences on the couple. First, it’s possible that one of them isn’t really accepted by their future in-laws. It’s not as easy as one powerful think to let go of a beloved child. Every parent would so like their child to find the perfect partner. Hence the remarks by the future in-laws about the flaws of the prospective partner. They’re well-intentioned, but they can plant the seeds of doubt in one or other of the fiancés. These comments can make one wonder if the apron strings will ever be cut, even after the wedding.
It’s also possible that the two families don’t totally agree about the wedding itself; one may be dreaming of a intelligent (and expensive!) wedding, while the other prefers a simple affair. The preparations, too, are always harder work than one thinks, more demanding than expected, and can serve as the pretext for family arguments — as well as arguments between the couple.

How to handle these disputes

First, it’s important to know whether these are serious or minor disputes. If they’re serious, it goes without saying they may be warning signs against going forward with the marriage. How many couples split up knowing they had already sensed during the engagement that things weren’t intelligent, and regret not having been brave enough to break things off then? A third party can help confirm that intuition. Parents, too, can help see things straight, provided they don’t simply veto the match out of self-interest.
On the other hand, if the disputes are minor, if the couple bickers over trifles, they shouldn’t be surprised when they run up against “otherness.” The other is different than you. So before uniting as one, some adjusting is called for. The other isn’t perfect. You’ll inevitably be confronted by their limits. Inevitably, you’ll have to adjust, through sacrifices and concessions. True love is there only to the extent that we stop idealizing the other, stop dreaming, and learn to love the other as they are, in the knowledge that — given the long list of their undeniable qualities! — a wonderful road ahead is possible.

An opportunity to make a few adjustments

Being an adult is about positively facing the imperfect human condition. And arguments between couples are often just about establishing the necessary adjustments. So much so that, following a difficult engagement, the ample year of married life may seem easier because all the “work” of adjustment has been done beforehand. When you have an “idyllic” engagement, the ample year can prove difficult because sooner or later you need to begin to work through differences.
Finally, it may be wise to remember that the perfect Spouse is Christ, of whom our earthly spouse is but the herald and the path that leads to Him. With this in mind, it’s easier to accept the imperfections of one’s spouse: they are not Christ. And an engagement is a good metaphor for our earthly journey in which, “betrothed to Christ” in baptism (2 Cor 11:2), the Christian experiences the arduous time of preparation, with all its daily difficulties and sacrifices, for the eternal wedding banquet.
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Thursday, 17 October 2019

D.J. Chark announces engagement to girlfriend Chantelle Baker



D.J. Chark announces engagement to girlfriend Chantelle Baker

If there is one positive thing that can be taken from the fresh pandemic that the nation is going through, it’s the fact that it’s brought us closer to those we really care about. In the case of Jacksonville Jaguars receiver D.J. Chark Jr, the nation’s current spot has allowed him to form a stronger bond with his girlfriend Chantelle Baker, who he became engaged with this weekend.
I don’t think Chark would disagree that he’s been a very fortunate player over the last two years. He had a breakout season last year, becoming the Jags’ first receiver to hit 1,000 yards accurate Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns did it in 2015. This came after a rough rookie campaign in which he was only able to accumulate 174 yards and battled a quadriceps injury.

Wednesday, 16 October 2019

Generous Greek Restaurant Opens Doors for Regular's Surprise Engagement | USA.GreekReporter.com



Generous Greek Restaurant Opens Doors for Regular's Surprise Engagement


Sam Goldstein and Christa Simone. Source: Souvla

A Greek restaurant in San Francisco generously opened their doors in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic so that one of their longtime regulars could pull off a surprise engagement proposal.
Souvla restaurant, located at Hayes Valley, was the site of the Sam Goldstein and Christa Simone’s first official date.
Goldstein had been contemplating a proposal long before the pandemic, which repeatedly thwarted his plans. Instead, he sent a heartfelt email to Souvla, and was surprised to get a response.
Owner Charles Bililies opened up the restaurant, and helped arrange a sign in the front window, along with photos and roses. Jen Pelka, Bililies’ wife and the owner of the Riddler Champagne bar, joined in on all of the fun.

Tuesday, 15 October 2019

Camilla's Engagement Ring from Prince Charles Details, Size, History, Photos



Camilla's Engagement Ring from Prince Charles Details, Size, History, Photos

Most royal watchers know the story of Princess Diana's engagement ring, a bright blue 12-carat sapphire surrounded by 14 solitaire diamonds that now belongs to the Duchess of Cambridge. But Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall's engagement ring has an equally endearing provenance.

The ring is believed to have been Charles's grandmother's.

When Clarence House first announced Charles and Camilla's engagement in February of 2005, they only confirmed that the ring was a royal family heirloom—but the piece is widely believed to have come from the Queen Mother's collection.
The platinum Art Deco beget features a five-carat emerald-cut diamond at its center with additional baguettes on the sides, and while it was not the Queen Mum's engagement ring, she was seen wearing the beget in the 1980s. It is unclear who, if anyone, well-known the ring before the Queen Mother, or where it was made.

The Queen Mother wearing what is believed to be Camilla’s engagement ring.

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Prince Charles got on one knee to propose.

Charles and Camilla formally announced their plans to wed on February 10, 2005, and while not much is known about the couple's engagement, Camilla did confirm that the Prince of Wales got down on one knee to pop the question, as is tradition.
"Of course," Camilla said, per the Telegraph. "What else?" In a more formal statement, Prince Charles spoke about his engagement in glowing terms: "Mrs. Parker Bowles and I are absolutely delighted. It will be a very special day for us and our families."
Charles's parents, too, were supportive of the couple's decision. "The Duke of Edinburgh and I are very happy that the Prince of Wales and Mrs. Parker Bowles are to marry," the Queen said in a statement from Buckingham Palace.
And for their part, William and Harry were "delighted" for their dad.

Charles and Camilla pose for a portrait with their children on their wedding day.

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Charles and Camilla married in a civil ceremony in 2005.

The ceremony, which took attach at the Windsor Guildhall, was followed by a wedding blessing at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. As a symbol of their marriage, Charles and Camilla exchanged wedding bands made of pure Welsh gold, as is royal tradition.
You can see both of Camilla's stunning rings in the photo below:

Here, Camilla’s stunning Art Deco engagement ring paired with her simple Welsh gold wedding band.

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Monday, 14 October 2019

Miheeka Bajaj styled her sari with a gorgeous dupatta for engagement with Rana Dagubatti; check it out here | Lifestyle News,The Indian Express



Miheeka Bajaj styled her sari with a gorgeous dupatta for engagement with Rana Dagubatti; check it out here

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rana daggubati miheeka bajaj engagement Rana Daggubati is now engaged to Miheeka Bajaj. (Photo: Rana Daggubati/Twitter)
They say you find love in the strangest of places and times. The statement stands true for Rana Daggubati who got engaged to Miheeka Bajaj recently. In a conversation with Lakshmi Manchu over an Instagram live, the actor said: ” I untrue the strangest time to get married.” Needless to say, the couple looked mesmerising together. Check out the pictures below.
Inside Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj’s roka ceremony
For the engagement, Miheeka Bajaj dressed up in a gorgeous deep pink Kanjeevaram sari from Jayanti Reddy. Paired with a deep-U blouse in rani pink, it featured intricate silver metallic threadwork.
She gave her quintessential sari a modern curved by pairing it with a dupatta. A style not unknown to many because it was also adopted by Sonam Kapoor. Check out the photo below.

Sunday, 13 October 2019

Creating a sense of occasion, engagement and togetherness, virtually - Security Boulevard

Creating a sense of occasion, engagement and togetherness, virtually

Usually I’d be kicking off our new fiscal year with a gathering of our global sales team. We’d all fly in from around the world to share key query like sales targets, company goals, product roadmaps, marketing programmes and much more. This year we are all grounded and isolated.
So, whilst it’s tempting to play the “wait and see” game at a time like this, it’s not the best thing to do. When the financial year starts in such uncertain and isolating times, teams need to come together. They need focus, vision and direction more than ever. Most of all, though, teams need a shared sense of purpose and a feeling of belonging. So, we made the decision to launch an ambitious Virtual Sales Kick-Off (VSKO) for the nCipher Security sales organisation.

Saturday, 12 October 2019

A Labor Management System that Drives Worker Engagement? Who are You Kidding? | Logistics Viewpoints



A Labor Management System that Drives Worker Engagement? Who are You Kidding?

I got a two-hour briefing on Manhattan Associate’s new Active Warehouse Management platform, which includes labor management, prior to the company’s online Momentum Connect 2000 conference. I can’t remember the last time I was so excited following a new product launch briefing. The new cloud architecture, new user interface, and significant advancements in optimization and employee engagement are wonderful. Any one of these improvements would have been impressive. Incorporating all these enhancements in their new release is astonishing.
On Wednesday May 20th, my presentation ran at the Manhattan conference. It was focused on best practices in engaging warehouse workers. On the same day, Peter Schnorbach, Senior Director of Product Management at Manhattan, made public the new features associated with their labor management solution. The two presentations were highly synergistic.

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Friday, 11 October 2019

Simplify Deploys 8x8 for Enhanced Collaboration and Engagement



Simplify Deploys 8x8 for Enhanced Collaboration and Engagement


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Thursday, 10 October 2019

'My Big Fat Fabulous Life': Fans Think Whitney Way Thore's Broken Engagement was Staged



Fans Think Whitney Way Thore's Broken Engagement was Staged

Whitney Way Thore took to Instagram last week to announce her quick from Chase Severino. The actual quick surprised precisely no one, but the way she announced it has raised some serious questions. Whitney’s cool, calm and collected post appears to be a severe deviation from her persona on My Big Fat Fabulous Life, and now some fans are questioning whether the engagement or the entire relationship was faked. Chase’s followup post did little to shore up fan’s confidence in the relationship’s legitimacy.

Wednesday, 9 October 2019

Emmerdale spoilers: DI Malone's next target 'revealed' as Harriet announces engagement | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV | Express.co.uk



Emmerdale spoilers: DI Malone's next target 'revealed' as Harriet announces engagement | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV

Fans of the long-running ITV soap now know that DI Malone (played by Mark Womack) has history with Harriet Finch (Katherine Dow Blyton) as the pair used to be in the police force together. Furthermore, they enjoyed a steamy affair behind Malone’s wife’s back before Harriet left the force and became a vicar. Emmerdale viewers have seen the pair reunite for a romp in the church but with Harriet accepting Will’s marriage proposal, how will Malone react to the news?
Malone wasn’t melancholy when he revealed to Harriet that he’d left his wife for her, only to be rejected and find she’d left the force.
But that didn’t stop the pair from enjoying a steamy romp with one another as Harriet’s boyfriend Will (Dean Andrews) recovered from the beating he’d been given by Malone.
Harriet isn’t aware that Malone is a bent copper and has been manipulating Will, who was part of his gang, to carry out drugs runs and carry weapons.

Tuesday, 8 October 2019

COVID-19: Saskatoon couple celebrates 50th wedding anniversary with unconventional party | CTV News



COVID-19: Saskatoon couple celebrates 50th wedding anniversary with unconventional party

SASKATOON -- A Saskatoon couple celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary this weekend in a unique manner.
Victor and June Rodych initially had a large anniversary party planned with over one hundred guests expected to attend. However, plans changed when the Covid-19 pandemic began.
The couple says they assumed their dream of spending their anniversary with friends and extended family would never happen, until their neighbours and children surprised them with a celebratory parade outside of their home.

Monday, 7 October 2019

Oklahoma couple holds drive-in movie wedding ceremony amid coronavirus pandemic



Oklahoma couple holds drive-in movie wedding ceremony amid coronavirus pandemic

On family land in Ames, Oklahoma, Joshua Conaway and Taylor Delp had to think outside the box.“I wouldn’t say that COVID-19 screwed up our lives by any means, but we did have a wedding planned for May 23,” Conaway said. Instead, the sorrowful couple held a drive-in-style movie theater wedding. Conaway and Delp changed their invitations by adding movie tickets.“We’ll have a big screen out front and have the full ceremony broadcast over the radio,” Delp said.The wedding was broadcasted thanks to Kingfisher Lights, which let the couple borrow its radio transmitter. Others offered platforms and found a jumbotron.“I thought it would be great if we could keep people in their cars and somehow enjoy the wedding,” Conaway said.Their advice to other couples during this time is to just roll with it and be flexible.On their way out, guests left with a boxed cake that Conaway’s grandmother baked.

Saturday, 5 October 2019

Princess Beatrice wedding heartbreak: How Beatrice will be forced face heartbreak alone | Royal | News | Express.co.uk



Princess Beatrice wedding heartbreak: How Beatrice will be forced face heartbreak alone | Royal | News

Princess Beatrice, the elder daughter of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew, was due to marry property tycoon Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on May 29. However, the wedding was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. But who will be by Beatrice’s side on the day she was due to get married?
Princess Bea and Edo were intending to walk down the aisle at The Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace on May 29.
The royal wedding 2020 ceremony was due to be followed by a grand reception in the Buckingham Palace gardens.

Friday, 4 October 2019

Global Wedding Invitations Software Market 2020 Trending vendors – PrintingPress, MyMemories Wedding Studio, PrintMaster, Greeting Card Factory, Hallmark Software | Impact of COVID-19 – Galus Australis



Global Wedding Invitations Software Market 2020 Trending vendors – PrintingPress, MyMemories Wedding Studio, PrintMaster, Greeting Card Factory, Hallmark Software

Innovate Insights unravels its new leer titled “Global Wedding Invitations Software Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2017-2023)”. Effective exploratory techniques such as qualitative and quantitative analysis have been used to discover accurate data.
The Wedding Invitations Software Market was estimated to be worth USD XXX billion in 2017 and is projected to reach USD XXX billion by the end of 2023, growing at a CAGR of XX% over the forecast period of 2018-2023. The Wedding Invitations Software industry is highly competitive, due to a substantial degree of fragmentation in the market. Despite the fragmentation, the market is largely tied by the regulatory requirements for establishment and operation.

Thursday, 3 October 2019

What to do about August wedding?



What to do about August wedding?


Judith Martin, aka "Miss Manners". (AP Photo/Universal Uclick)

Judith Martin, aka
DEAR MISS MANNERS: My fiance and I are planning to get married in August, and we have reserved everything: church, reception venue, music, cake, etc. Our wedding is going be an affair of 200 people.
With what is currently happening in the United States, we are waiting before sending out invitations — deciding if we can still have our big wedding, or will have to switch to a very scaled-down backyard wedding of 50 people.
If we do have a scaled-down wedding, how do we go about explaining to all the guests that we won't be able to invite all of them? Also, should we expect the wedding vendors to refund our deposits?
GENTLE READER: Unfortunately, given the Fast changing guidelines, it is possible the scaled-down version may be prohibited, as well. While distressing, it does help your immediate problem of whom to Decide to invite, and how to tell them.

Wednesday, 2 October 2019

Wedding Invitations Software Market Research, Recent Trends and Growth Forecast 2025



Wedding Invitations Software Market Research, Recent Trends and Growth Forecast 2025

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Tuesday, 1 October 2019

Regina newlyweds open up about 'so different and so special' backyard wedding during pandemic | CBC News



Regina newlyweds open up about 'so different and so special' backyard wedding during pandemic

Madelayne and Justin Klein started planning for their wedding immediately after getting engaged on Jan. 22, 2019.
They booked a hotel venue in downtown Regina, picked out a colour scheme and sent out nearly 150 wedding invitations.


But that all came to a halt on March 18 when the Saskatchewan government declared a provincial spot of emergency due to COVID-19 and brought in new rules including a ban on gigantic gatherings.