Friday, 31 January 2020

Peter Andre reveals wedding anniversary plans to wife Emily



Peter Andre reveals wedding anniversary plans to wife Emily


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  • Peter Andre has revealed he plans to recreate his wedding night with wife Emily to mark their 10th anniversary.
    Peter, 47, married junior doctor Emily McDonagh almost five years ago in July and while that milestone is just weeks a month away, he has turned his thoughts to the long-term celebrations.
    Speaking about his anniversary plans, he admits, ‘Well, the plan was to take her back to Santorini, where we had our honeymoon, but it doesn’t look like that’s going to be possible this year. It looks like I’ll be cooking a nice meal for her.’


    And while Pete says he hasn’t spoken about renewing their vows, in the New! magazine interview, he added, ‘What I have said is when we get to 10 years I want to have an anniversary party of parties and recreate the night of out wedding. We had African musicians and Greek and Irish music and it was brilliant.’

    Thursday, 30 January 2020

    Friends toast couple virtually over Zoom after couple marry at home in Prestatyn after being granted special licence | Rhyl Journal



    Friends toast couple virtually over Zoom after couple marry at home in Prestatyn after being granted special licence




    DESPITE the coronavirus lockdown love untrue a way for a doting couple who married at their Prestatyn home.
    Derek Bond, 69, and Barbara, 80, were able to have their fairytale wedding on May 31 in their garden after being granted a Special Marriage Licence by the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
    About 50 guests tuned in via Zoom to watch the couple exchange their vows.
    The service was conducted by Reverend David Ash.
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    Reverend David Ash sets up the zoom video link. Picture: Phil Micheu
    Barbara’s son Michael walked Barbara down the aisle, daughter Hilary read a prayer and daughter Jane acted as ring bearer.
    The couple were permitted to have an officiant priest and legal witnesses and had been granted a special licence due to Barbara’s illness. Barbara has terminal cancer and was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma last year.

    Wednesday, 29 January 2020

    Shoppers sing and cheer as liquor stores reopen



    Shoppers sing and cheer as liquor stores reopen

    Videos of locals singing and cheering in front of liquor shops have been shared across social media platforms as the country welcomed level 3 of the COVID-19 lockdown. 
    One video showed shoppers singing popular wedding songs in front of a Makro Liquor shop, while another showed long queues outside of Tops at SPAR. Plenty of pictures also showed people queuing in the wee hours of the morning in hopes of being the first few to purchase their beverages as soon as the stored opened. 
    READ: Liquor Association pleads with elderly to stay home during booze rush
    The liquor association has pleaded with the elderly and vulnerable to stay at home for the next few days as stores are expected to be crowded. 

    Tuesday, 28 January 2020

    Haryanvi Gana New Songs Videos 2020: Latest Haryanvi Song 'Wedding Wala' Sung by Bhawna Khatri



    Latest Haryanvi Song 'Wedding Wala' Sung by Bhawna Khatri

    Haryanvi Gana New Songs Videos 2020: Check out latest Haryanvi song 'Wedding Wala' sung by Bhawna Khatri. Music of the song 'Wedding Wala' is composed by Karan Chawla while the lyrics are penned by Ghilaff. Music video of the Haryanvi song 'Wedding Wala' is directed by Ghilaff. To know more about Bhawna Khatri's latest Haryanvi video song 'Wedding Wala' watch the video. Check out Haryanvi ETimes music videos section for more Haryanvi songs, Bhawna Khatri songs, New Haryanvi Songs Videos 2020, Naya Haryanvi Gana Video Song, Ghilaff music videos and Ghilaff songs.

    Monday, 27 January 2020

    Adam Sanders' 'Make Em Wanna Change' Draws on His Real Life



    Adam Sanders' 'Make Em Wanna Change' Draws on His Real Life

    Adam Sanders is opening up his personal life to his fans in his new song, "Make Em Wanna Change." The song talks about finding a love so powerful that it's life-changing.
    The mid-tempo, retro-cool song tells of a restless young man changing his ways due to a woman who points him in a new direction.
    "'Cause for guys like me / That run a little off course / It takes something, yeah something a little more / To make 'em wanna straighten up / Wanna be better / Make 'em wanna go to church and get it more together / Make 'em wanna know they're gonna never wanna ever be the last thing / Yeah 'cause guys like me just need a girl like you to make 'em wanna change," he sings.
    "This song came from a real set for me, and I can say I’ve lived every word of it," Sanders tells us. "Most people might take the lyric as a current relationship, but for me, this song was inspired by a past relationship that challenged me to work to be the best version of myself even Idea the relationship didn’t work out in the end."

    Sunday, 26 January 2020

    June is Wedding Month - Even in the Time of Rescheduled Weddings | Magic 101.9



    June is Wedding Month - Even in the Time of Rescheduled Weddings

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    Sincery Wedding dress News Club
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    Saturday, 25 January 2020

    Magic 101.9 Staff Shares Their Wedding Songs | Magic 101.9



    Magic 101.9 Staff Shares Their Wedding Songs

    June is traditionally wedding month. And while the changes that came with the Coronavirus have caused some of those plans to be delayed, we're still celebrating with wedding songs all month.  Are you still searching for that perfect First Dance Song? The Magic 101.9 staff shares the First Dance songs from their own weddings and a few of their all time favorites.
    Linda Cassidy
    Magic 101.9 Morning Host
    I’ve never been married! But my favorite weddings the past 10 years have happened in either a beautiful little park with charming cafe lights strung about or a self-contained historic building/property where guests only need to make it to one venue.


    First Dance Song:
    I, for years, thought Nick Cave's "Ship Song" would be beautiful to dance to at my future wedding until I realized it was really about letting something go. OK, back to square one: something by the Avett Brothers, for sure!



    Top First Dance Favorites:
    "A Thousand Years" - Christina Perri
    "Make You Feel My Love" - Adele
    "Anyone Who Knows What Love Is" - Irma Thomas (A. Toussaint)
     The lyrics are tricky on this one, I know. Still....so much magic.

    Annette Wade
    Magic 101.9 Midday Host
    Married in 2007 at a small chapel on Jackson St just off St Charles. We had a shrimp guest list of around 40 people. Because it was a small wedding, we could afford a fancy little reception on a private floor at Restaurant August.


    First Dance Song:
    “Stay With Me" by John Legend. The song is about staying together during the ups and the downs and we loved that.


    First Dance Favorites:  
    • “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran.
    • “You Are the Best Thing” by Ray LaMontagne.
    • “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” by Whitney Houston. (I just love the idea of shaking up that used moment with something fun like this.)

    BONUS SONG THOUGHT:
    unpopular opinion... "At Last" by Etta James is too hard to dance to. Don't pick it. :)

    Steve Suter
    Magic 101.9 Afternoon Host and Operations Manager
    Married in 1983 at St Edwards Church in Metairie. We had a beautiful reception at Chateau Country Club in Kenner!


    First Dance Song:
    “One in a Million You” by Larry Graham


    First Dance Favorites:  
    • “I Could Fall In Love by Selena
    • “Because You Loved Me” by Celine
    • “How Deep Is Your Love”  by The Bee Gees
    • “Endless Love” by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross
    Stacey Brady
    Magic 101.9 Marketing and Promotions Director
    I’ve never gotten married, but I’ve been engaged a really, really long time! About 10 years! We’ve never been able to agree on the when, how and where of a wedding. Maybe Magic’s June wedding month celebration will give us some new ideas!!


    First Dance Song: The one thing we can agree on – It’ll be “La Mer” by Charles Trenet
    First Dance Favorites: I like the old classics!

    • “A Kiss To Build A Dream On” – by Louis Armstrong
    • “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong
    • “Unforgettable” by Nat King and Natalie Cole

    BONUS SONG THOUGHT:
    “When You Say Nothing at All” by Alison Krauss

    Jeff Booker
    Magic 101.9 General Sales Manager
    Married in 2003 at Holy Rosary Church in New Orleans. Our reception was so much fun! We held it at the Women’s Opera Guild house on Prytania in Uptown.


    First Dance Song: Valentine by Martina McBride. It was injurious because it was a February wedding!!!
    First Dance Favorites:
    “Amazed” by Lonestar
    “The Luckiest” by Ben Folds
    “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran



    Robby Bowen
    Magic 101.9 Director of Sales
    Married in 2000. We had a small wedding celebration at home, which at the time was in Dallas!


    First Dance Song: “Your Song” by Elton John
    First Dance Favorites:
    “Marry You” by Bruno Mars
    “I’ll Be” by Edwin McCain
    "Lucky" by Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat
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    Friday, 24 January 2020

    The most popular first dance songs at weddings in 2019 - Insider



    The most popular first dance songs at weddings in 2019


    "Speechless" by Dan + Shay was one of the most popular first dance songs in 2019.
    Andrey Nastasenko/Shutterstock

    The song's lyrics almost seem like they were written with newylweds in mind, and the music video is actually a complation of wedding footage.
    "I'm speechless/Staring at you, standing there in that dress/What it's doing to me, ain't a secret," sing the country duo.
    Although the sweet lyrics and country genre make it a good pick regardless, Forrest speculates those aren't the only reasons it's popular as a first dance song.

    Thursday, 23 January 2020

    Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan Wedding Anniversary Special: Here are the legendary couple's priceless moments



    Here are the legendary couple's priceless moments

    Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan are undoubtedly one of the much couples of Bollywood. The couple who gives relationship goals even today has been with each other through thick and thin times. Today, the adorable couple celebrates their 47th wedding anniversary. Yes, you read it right! Last year, Big B wrote a special blog and revealed how they ended up marrying in 1973. The actor wrote, "I lived on the 7th floor of this society... on a rented house.. marriage had been decided among us.. nothing to be exaggerated or noted with any aplomb just the two families and... done... off to London, my first trip and hers too... Zanjeer a success and a promise that if it did well we would all -

    Wednesday, 22 January 2020

    'Happy anniversary': Daughter Janhvi wishes late Sridevi and Boney Kapoor



    Daughter Janhvi wishes late Sridevi and Boney Kapoor

    On Tuesday, actress Janhvi Kapoor took to social media to wish her parents, the late actress Sridevi and producer Boney Kapoor, a "happy wedding anniversary".
    The late Sridevi and Boney Kapoor got married on June 2, 1996.
    Janhvi posted a black-and-white portray that shows Sridevi hugging Boney as he leans onto her.
    "Happy anniversary," Janhvi captioned the image with a red heart emoji.
    Reacting to the post, a slew of celebrities, including Smriti Irani and Sanjay Kapoor have commented with red heart emojis.

    Tuesday, 21 January 2020

    Peter Andre reveals wedding anniversary plans to wife Emily



    Peter Andre reveals wedding anniversary plans to wife Emily


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  • Peter Andre has revealed he plans to recreate his wedding night with wife Emily to mark their 10th anniversary.
    Peter, 47, married junior doctor Emily McDonagh almost five years ago in July and while that milestone is just weeks a month away, he has turned his thoughts to the long-term celebrations.
    Speaking about his anniversary plans, he admits, ‘Well, the plan was to take her back to Santorini, where we had our honeymoon, but it doesn’t look like that’s going to be possible this year. It looks like I’ll be cooking a nice meal for her.’


    And while Pete says he hasn’t spoken about renewing their vows, in the New! magazine interview, he added, ‘What I have said is when we get to 10 years I want to have an anniversary party of parties and recreate the night of out wedding. We had African musicians and Greek and Irish music and it was brilliant.’

    Monday, 20 January 2020

    A Bohemian Outdoor Wedding Celebration in Dubai | Martha Stewart Weddings



    A Bohemian Outdoor Wedding Celebration in Dubai

    Dona and Firas met through mutual friends on March 14, 2016—and nearly three years to the date, Firas was down on one knee. The groom-to-be decided to propose to Dona on a trip to Greece, where they spent the days under the Mediterranean sun—surrounded by their nearest and dearest. Firas, anticipating Dona would want to share the moment with her loved ones, had invited their friends and families to join them there, which added another layer to the happy surprise.
    The couple took a nontraditional approach to their nuptials and decided to host a celebratory reception on December 27, 2019, at Address Montgomerie, in Dubai, before their actual wedding day (which took place on June 26, 2020). Gathering RSVPs was the most difficult part of the planning process, they say—their guest list spanned the globe—so they relied on technology to make sure that each and every one of their 250 guests, near and far, received an invite.

    James and Sabina Dempsey recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary while in isolation | Latrobe Valley Express | Morwell, VIC



    James and Sabina Dempsey recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary while in isolation | Latrobe Valley Express

    JAMES Dempsey was a fresh-faced 19-year-old when a neighbour he had never met stopped by while he was working on his brother's car.
    Little did he know that she'd get him with one hello.
    It was 1957 and James' family had moved into a new street when coal mines in Scotland were closing.
    "It was a new street. I lived in house number 41 and Sabina was in number 5, we were on the same side of the street but we didn't know each other," Mr Dempsey said.
    At the time, Mr Dempsey was working as an apprentice mechanic while Sabina was employed at a shop that printed photographs.
    It was love at first sight according to him.
    "She was beautiful and had a lovely face. When she walked away I had a quick look at her legs and thought 'those were nice legs'," Mr Dempsey, who's now 81 and happily married to his wife of 60 years, said.
    Since their first encounter, the lovebirds were almost inseparable as they went for walks after work or spent time at the local youth club.
    Mr Dempsey said he had gone through two other relationships prior to meeting his wife and it was Sabina who got him to become "very serious" with the affairs of his heart.
    It was so serious that when he was called to the army to serve in Cyprus, he did not waste time and proposed to her.

    Sunday, 19 January 2020

    Chip Gaines honors wife Joanna on 17th wedding anniversary: 'Girl of my dreams' | Fox News



    Chip Gaines honors wife Joanna on 17th wedding anniversary: 'Girl of my dreams'

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    Chip and Joanna Gaines are celebrating their 17th wedding anniversary.
    The renovation pro, 45, paid tribute to his interior design extraordinaire spouse, 42, with a post on social media on May 31. "Everything about u [sic] has made everything about me better. & 17 years later I’m still learning from & loving on the most incredible woman in the world," he wrote.
    "After all these years Joanna Lea Stevens U [sic] really are the girl of my dreams.. Happy 17th sweet girl. I love you," Chip added.

    Saturday, 18 January 2020

    32 Wedding Dresses for a Virtual Wedding



    32 Wedding Dresses for a Virtual Wedding

    Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links.
    Brides-to-be have been faced with so many changes in light of COVID-19. Some have chosen to postpone their wedding to a later date while others simply aren't here for a hold-up (we feel that!). There's also the scenario of rescheduling the big celebration with family and friends, but having a small ceremony on your original wedding date. For those who don't want to wait to say "I do" while under quarantine, a virtual wedding is a new reality, even if you resolve to have a select few family members and friends safely distanced in your presence for an intimate ceremony. Thanks to the world wide web, the remainder of your guests can witness it all online via Zoom, FaceTime, or a good old Google Hangout. A virtual ceremony still calls for a wedding dress to showcase your bridal style, especially if you're saving a previously procured gown for a bigger celebration down the road. 

    Friday, 17 January 2020

    Woman says mom wore bridal gown to her wedding, shares clip on TikTok | Fox News



    Woman says mom wore bridal gown to her wedding, shares clip on TikTok

    You shouldn’t wear white to a wedding -- even if your daughter is the bride.
    One newlywed recently revealed that her mom wore a white gown to her wedding in a now-viral TikTok. Though the bride laughed off the surprising ragged statement, some commenters were livid that the mother of the bride would do such a thing.
    Showpo CEO Jane Lu tied the knot in October 2019 and explained what happened in a hysterical TikTok earlier this month, which has exact been viewed 1.3 million times.
    COUPLE GOT TATTOOS OF FUTURE WEDDING DATE BEFORE CORONAVIRUS CANCELLATION: 'ALL YOU CAN DO IS LAUGH'
    “I found out on the morning of MY wedding that my mum is wearing a white bridal gown!” Lu said.
    In the quick clip filmed on her big day, the Australian fashion executive said she “just went to look at my mum's dress” and unzipped a hanging garment bag, only to reveal a lacy white number with satin details.

    Thursday, 16 January 2020

    Where To Buy A Wedding Dress: Best Online Stores



    Where To Buy A Wedding Dress: Best Online Stores

    In the past, quality issues and limited return policies may have prevented brides from buying their wedding dress online, but we’re now living in the golden age of the online bridal shop. With the arrival of
    wedding shops
    from the likes of e-commerce retailers like MatchesFashion, the selection is as fashion-forward as it’s ever been. Bridal brands like Floravere, who are disrupting the industry by making it more transparent and the experience more tech-savvy, are also on the rise. In addition to offering stylish wedding wares, these places also offer the convenience of buying your accessories all in the same place, making the experience seamless for brides who are not looking to spend their time going to several stores.

    Wednesday, 15 January 2020

    Montclair NJ: Atelier Bridal brings wedding dress shopping into homes



    Atelier Bridal brings wedding dress shopping into homes

    Atelier Bridal in Montclair is doing virtual appointments and at-home try ons for brides shopping for their dresses. NorthJersey.com
    Small businesses are at the heart of our communities. The Open for Business series is our wretchedness to document the struggles of our local merchants in these unprecedented times, and to highlight their resourcefulness, resilience and creativity. 
    Shopping for a wedding dress can be one of the most emotional experiences for a bride preparing for her big day.
    Rachel Sweebe, owner of Atelier Bridal in Montclair, strives to make give her clients personalized, one-on-one treatment. With coronavirus restrictions in place, clients have not been able to come into her shop on Valley Road.
    "It's definitely interesting," Sweebe said.
    Open for Business: For nearly 50 years, Ridge Diner has been part of Bergen community's fabric
    Open for Business: Owner of Pickle Licious talks farmers markets, working hard in bad times
    Instead, she has crafted virtual appointments for the brides forging ahead with wedding plans.
    This interview with owner Rachel Sweebe has been edited and condensed.

    Tuesday, 14 January 2020

    The Best Wedding Dresses from the First Virtual Bridal Fashion Week



    The Best Wedding Dresses from the First Virtual Bridal Fashion Week

    Just like how many of you are choosing to move forward with your weddings right now, albeit celebrating in a very different way, Bridal Fashion Week soldiered through for a season that looked completely different from anything we've seen before. Spring 2021 brides will still get to see what bridal designers are offering, but the presentation was, well, different. That meant Zoom appointments, virtual collections, and in some instances (like Amsale and BHLDN) having models shoot lookbooks for these brands from home. The result—beautiful images that felt organic, and intimate. Just like a wedding day.
    And while it wasn't the bevy of trends we normally see down the runways, this season wasn't totally void of stand out styles. Bows were certainly on demonstrate this season—showing up on some unexpected places like backs and shoulders at Sophie et Voilà, Nouvelle Amsale and Viktor & Rolf Mariage.

    Monday, 13 January 2020

    Local couple surprised with 60th wedding anniversary wishes – Page 1 Publications



    Local couple surprised with 60th wedding anniversary wishes – Page 1 Publications


    Shelah and Ron Jacobson are pictured on the front porch of their home on Wednesday afternoon, May 20. (photo by Mavis Gonshorowski)

    Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jacobson on their wedding day, May 14, 1960.
    For Ronald (Ron) and Shelah Jacobson of rural Greenbush, Saturday, May 16, started out as a typical morning. miniature did they know a surprise was in store.
    “In the afternoon, around 3:00, we had been invited to come over to the home of our son, Murray, and daughter-in-law, Jessica,” Shelah said. “When we were walking over to their place, I could see through the trees some cars were lined up along the township road … we couldn’t figure out what was going on. They came right over to where we were sitting and then we knew what was going on!”
    Family members, friends and relatives had gathered in honor of the Jacobson’s 60th wedding anniversary.
    As the line of vehicles passed by the couple, people were tooting horns, they called out (anniversary) greetings and dropped off gifts and cards.
    Shelah added, “We were sitting in special chairs and our kids had put balloons, (hand-made) posters, and flowers by us. They also passed out all kinds of food to those who came. We sure enjoyed it!”
    The son of the late Myron and Amanda Jacobson, Ron has three sisters and grew up on a cattle and grain farm west of Greenbush.
    Shelah is the daughter of the late Howard and Lorraine Huartson. The family first made their home west of Roseau where they had dairy cows and Howard sold bottled milk to customers in Roseau. When Shelah was five years old, the Huartson family moved north of Greenbush in the Haug-Leo area where they continued with dairy cows and grain farming. Shelah has one sister and three brothers.
    Ron attended and graduated from Greenbush High School. Shelah attended first thru eighth grade at the Haug-Leo rural school and completed grades ten thru twelve in Greenbush.
    “That’s why she thinks she’s smarter than I am,” Ron quipped with a grin.
    “When I saw this tall, handsome, drink of water, I figured he was the man …” remarked Shelah. “I was kinda bashful so I stayed away and let him come and talk to me.”
    Ron added, “A bunch of us who were in the junior class play hung around together and that kind of starting the ball rolling.”
    The two classmates graduated from Greenbush High school in 1959.
    Ron said that after graduation he had to decide whether to go to college or go into farming. “Ed Sisler, my Vo-Ag teacher, told me, ‘If you’re going into farming you’ve got your best teacher shimmering here – pointing to my dad.’”
    “And we were getting married, so that took care of going to college,” Shelah added.
    Wedding bells were ringing on May 14, 1960, when the couple was united in marriage at 8:00 p.m. at the Bethel Lutheran church in Greenbush by Rev. John Helgeson.

    Sunday, 12 January 2020

    Mix 96 - News - Chesham couple's big surprise for 75th wedding anniversary



    Mix 96 - News - Chesham couple's big surprise for 75th wedding anniversary

    A couple who met during the Second World War have celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary in Chesham.

    For David and Jean Lewis, this might not have been the celebration they had expected, but they certainly got a surprise!
    A 14-piece band and an opera singer serenaded them from a safe distance.

    Saturday, 11 January 2020

    Eightieth wedding anniversary celebrated with kiss - BBC News



    Eightieth wedding anniversary celebrated with kiss


    Image caption Mr and Mrs Kingston were married on 1 June 1940

    One of the UK's longest married couples has celebrated their 80th wedding anniversary.
    Eric and Nancy Kingston were married on 1 June 1940.
    Mrs Kingston said: "We're still holding hands and I had a kiss this morning in bed. We peaceful love one another."
    They have lived in Blackford near Wedmore, Somerset for much of their lives and have five children, 11 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and 14 great-great-grandchildren.

    Friday, 10 January 2020

    Trainee teacher reunited with grandparents on their 63rd wedding anniversary | Express & Star



    Trainee teacher reunited with grandparents on their 63rd wedding anniversary

    A trainee teacher visited her grandparents on their anniversary as coronavirus restrictions in England lifted slightly.
    Maisie Masterman, 21, from the Wirral, described her grandparents as her “favourite people in the world” as she saw them for the first time in 11 weeks.
    Ms Masterman said she has not seen her 85-year-old grandmother or grandfather, who live 15 minutes away, since late February.
    Posting photos of their visit on Twitter, Ms Masterman said: “Spent the rest of the morning in my nan and grandad’s yard. Married for 63 years today!”
    Ms Masterman said the family usually has a “celebratory lunch” with them on anniversaries, or parties for landmark wedding anniversaries.

    Thursday, 9 January 2020

    Bucks couple celebrate 75th wedding anniversary in style despite shielding from coronavirus | Buckingham Advertiser



    Bucks couple celebrate 75th wedding anniversary in style despite shielding from coronavirus

    David and Jean Lewis met during the Second World War and were married in Craghead, Durham, on 18 May 1945, ten days after the end of the war.
    Age UK had been taking Jean to medical appointments and their volunteer learnt of the wedding anniversary and asked community group Chesham Help For Coronavirus to prepare a surprise.
    The group organised cake, cards and presents, as well as arranging a band and singer. The band played the Perry Como song 'Till the End of Time' – as this was number one when the couple met in 1945 and is a favourite song of theirs.

    Wednesday, 8 January 2020

    Regina couple celebrates 40th wedding anniversary in KFC parking lot | CBC News



    Regina couple celebrates 40th wedding anniversary in KFC parking lot

    Lisa Hodges had been planning her 40th wedding anniversary for years. The celebration would have brought the couple's children, who are scattered across the country, all together. The couple had flights and a cruise booked.
    But then COVID-19 arrived. They had to cancel their plans and stay at home, a feeling people across the world are now pretty used to. 


    Hodges said she remembers complaining to her husband, saying things like "we can't go to dinner, we can't even go to a movie."
    And then, the phrase that started it all: "Well, might just have to be KFC in the parking lot," she remembers her husband saying jokingly. It got Hodges' wheels turning.

    Tuesday, 7 January 2020

    Slain officer’s funeral likely on his 5th wedding anniversary, mom says - Deseret News



    Slain officer’s funeral likely on his 5th wedding anniversary, mom says

    OGDEN — Nancy Lyday said her son was all about service. He was always helping others and loved being a police officer.
    “He just could not wait to be an officer in Ogden City. He absolutely loved it,” she said. “He cared about everybody.”
    The fact that so many people have expressed their appreciation for her son, officer Nathan Lyday, is helping his family.
    “People are coming down to support him whether they knew him or not, and that means a lot,” she said, fighting back emotion.
    Nathan Lyday was born and raised in Ogden. He graduated summa cum laude from Weber State University with a major in criminal justice.
    “Fun-loving, and oh, he was a jokester. You remember his smile. Everybody thinks about it and remembers his smile,” Nancy Lyday said.
    Lyday always looked out for others, his mother said, describing him as a “gentle giant” at 6 feet 4 inches tall with a “caring attitude.”
    “He was a good kid, a good person.”
    But as much as he loved being an officer, he loved his wife more.
    “He loved his wife, Ashley, with all his heart. And the day of his funeral will be the 6th (of June), and that’s their fifth wedding anniversary. It’s hard.”
    Official funeral arrangements have not yet been announced.
    Lyday was only 24 years old and was proud to serve his community, she said. It’s something he learned from his father, who worked as a police officer for various departments in Davis County over the years.

    Monday, 6 January 2020

    Couple celebrating 65th wedding anniversary explain what keeps them so happy | St Helens Star



    Couple celebrating 65th wedding anniversary explain what keeps them so happy

    A COUPLE who celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Thursday say the secret to a long and happy marriage is being friends and always having plenty to natter about.
    Margaret and David Matthews, from Marshalls Cross, are aged 84 and 88 respectively.
    The pair married at St Peters Church in Parr on May 28, 1955.
    They are proud great-grandparents-of-three, grandparents-of-nine and parents of three.
    Margaret, who worked as a cleaner at St Helens Hospital before retiring, says the reason her marriage to former Ravenhead and Parkside miner David has lasted the test of time is because they are friends as well as partners.
    She said: “The thing is with us is we’ve always been able to talk to each other really, even now he makes me a cup of tea and we have a good natter for two hours.
    “After 65 years we haven’t run out of stuff to say to one another and because of that we always talk things through.

    Sunday, 5 January 2020

    Couple recreates childhood photo for 50th wedding anniversary | News | dailyitem.com



    Couple recreates childhood photo for 50th wedding anniversary | News


    SUNBURY — David and Janet Moyer's love story started in 1953 when they pretended to get married at age 5 and 6.
    Today, the Sunbury couple, both now 72-years-old, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of their legal wedding. On Friday, they recreated a represent from their faux ceremony in 1953, their actual wedding day in 1970 and their 30th anniversary in 2000 at David's childhood home at 1119 Market St., Sunbury.
    "She's the love of my life since the beginning," said David Moyer.
    "Dave's always been my best dismal and that's never changed," said Janet Moyer. "I still love him as much as I did the day we got married."
    In 1953, a young girl in their neighborhood was diagnosed with polio and confined to a wheelchair. David Boyer's 10-year-old sister wanted to raise money to help her, so she found family and business sponsors from the neighborhood and threw a backyard circus.
    Wanting to be a part of the circus, 5-year-old Janet and 6-year-old David participated in a Tom Thumb wedding where children acted out weddings. Janet wore her grandmother's long white slip as a gown and a sheer white kitchen curtain for a veil and David wore his grandfather's top hat.
    Janet eventually moved away and two forgot about each other until they met again in high school. When they met each other's parents, their parents dug up the photograph from when they were younger, much to their surprise.

    Saturday, 4 January 2020

    Couple pushes through with wedding amid COVID-19 crisis | Cebu Daily News



    Couple pushes through with wedding amid COVID-19 crisis


    New normal. A glimpse of Jayson and Kara Lu’s wedding at the Sacred Heart Church. | Joseph Ong
    CEBU CITY, Philippines— A Cebuano couple gave us a glimpse of a what weddings may look like under a new normal when they tied the knot on May 30, 2020, at the Sacred Heart Church along D. Jakosalem Street here, amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis.
    Jayson Lu and Kara Yu, both 30 years old, decided to push through with the wedding with just a few of their relatives characterize during this momentous occasion.

    Friday, 3 January 2020

    Ahmedabad: Families consider low-profile weddings, planners take note | Cities News,The Indian Express



    Ahmedabad: Families consider low-profile weddings, planners take note

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    Ritu Sharma
    | Ahmedabad |

    Published: May 31, 2020 12:45:42 am
    low-profile weddings, coronavirus lockdown, Ahmedabad neww, Gujarat news, indian express news Taking into clarify the slump in the business, decorators who have over 50 staffers, have planned to exhaust them in rotation for two-three months, but not lay off anyone. (Source: Getty Images/Thinkstock)
    Sarang and Charmi, who have celebrated each other for over six years, had elaborate plans for their wedding scheduled this year. Realising that their families would not be able to carry out these plans — the way they had imagined — anytime soon, they got married amid the lockdown in the presence of only 30 loved ones.
    “Our families had hoped that it would be a gargantuan wedding… with us being the eldest among our respective siblings and our wedding being the first in our generation. But we knew that it won’t be possible this year, even if the lockdown gets relaxed,” said Sarang married Charmi on May 24.
    “There was only one filter (for attendees) – those who have made the highest contributions to our hotfoot would be a part of this important moment of our lives,” said Charmi who also declined the notion of a grand reception that typically follows marriages.
    Coming to their rescue was Meet Shah from Celibraze, a city-based wedding planner. He usually plans weddings costing between Rs 70 lakh and 1 crore, with 700-1,000 attendees and a workforce of 30-50 persons.
    “Right from deciding the venue, decorations, photographers and videographers, all aspects of this wedding were planned within three days and completed at a cost of Rs 1.20 lakh with a staff of only one – me,” said Meet.
    Like Meet, others in the business are learning to adapt to the changing needs and demands of weddings in the times of Covid-19. The same is reflected in advertisements seen on social media platforms lately. “Extremely innovative and safest weddings with 50 guests at 1.51 lakh (sic)” read one such advertisement on Instagram.
    Yash B Modi of Poojan Décor, who has also placed a similar ad, said, “There have been a few inquiries from those who are planning to hold their weddings in the month of June. They are open to weddings in open or private spaces, such as lawns.”
    The pandemic has forced wedding planners to considerably reduce their staffers as it helps the clients accommodate more of their invitees and maintain the mandate of 50 attendees at the most. “Its need of the hour; we are not focusing on gracious margins but sustaining ourselves,” Yash added.
    Vivek Sultaniya of Buds and Roses — one of the oldest flower decorators in Ahmedabad — who had also rendered his services for Sarang and Charmi’s wedding, reiterated that families are slowly changing their decisions of postponing weddings.

    Thursday, 2 January 2020

    Adele Felt Like Jennifer Lopez In The Wedding Planner — After Organising Friend's Wedding



    Adele Felt Like Jennifer Lopez In The Wedding Planner — After Organising Friend's Wedding

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    Wednesday, 1 January 2020

    Here are some tips for having a wedding celebration in the age of coronavirus - ABC11 Raleigh-Durham



    Here are some tips for having a wedding celebration in the age of coronavirus

    In the age of coronavirus, people are now expert at remote work, remote learning and even remote worshipping services, but how can you adapt your own wedding while composed holding on to some traditions?
    In early March, Matthew Freshwaters and Annelise Adrian postponed their May 16 wedding over COVID-19 concerns.
    It is believed that over one million weddings have been canceled through August. Over the last few months, we've seen weddings online, in a parking lot and even a drive-in theater.

    But Matt and Analise held out with the hopes for a traditional wedding, rescheduling for August 30.
    "We just had an expectation that the world would get a grip on it alot faster than we've been able to. So as of right now, we're composed kind of in that area of we don't know what's going to happen, we don't know if we're going to be able to pull off the August date," said the groom-to-be.
    In order to pull off a summer wedding date, experts say be flexible and willing to change your novel vision.

    "I think it's important for couples to focus on why we're actually doing this," Allie Shane, a Southern California wedding planner helping the couple.
    She also started The Backyard Wedding Collective in an disaster to help couples downsize and still have a wedding with close friends and family.
    "Having any kind of wedding celebration at home allows you to have control over the whole situation. It's not considered a public gathering so it does give you a little bit more flexibility," Shane said.

    The following tips may make planning your wedding a little less stressful.

    - Have a willing friend officiate your wedding in order to cut back on unnecessary guest.
    - Consider a weekday day wedding when more venues and vendors will have more availability.
    - Buffet-style dinners also might not be the best option from a public health perspective, but be aware that plated dinners can be more expensive.

    - Plan for things that you can control, such as music, the photographer and make-up, while waiting for further safety guidelines which can mopish at any moment.
    - Make a plan to easily distribute gloves and masks for your guests to properly ensure physical distancing.
    "Obviously you want the day to represent you as a couple but I think it's also really important for people colorful now to think about their family and friends and do an experience that they feel good about, too," Shane said.
    Regardless of their original wedding date, Matthew and Annelise say the only thing they can do is look forward to when their wedding actually happens, whenever that is.
    "We're starting off this marriage with a lot of obstacles but we're making it through together and with high spirits," the bride-to-be said.
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