Golf and tennis legends Greg Norman and Chris Evert are getting hitched this weekend in the Bahamas. They have quite a star-studded guest list. Norman's ex-wife, will not be in attendance.
Yes, we've heard of Trashing the Dress; nothing new there. But what about creating an elaborate photo shoot out of it? Boston.com posted an article (and video) on a local photographer who going the "Trash the Dress" route (aka Down the Gown or Mess with the Dress) and documenting it on film. Apparently, the new trend is â€œnew and grittier post-wedding albums. Who knew? But I like the sound of it.
Some are not taking this downfall of marriage business lying down. They may or may not want to get properly hitched and have regular family lives one of these days. Did Colin Ferrell recently take the plunge? Are Evangeline Lilly and Dominic Monaghan going to make honest castaways out of each other? And what does it mean for Kimora Lee and Djimon Hounsou to sort of be engaged?
Wedding season is fast and furious in mid-June. If you haven't already been to one already, chances are, you're heading down the aisle sometime soon. It's easy to get wedding-present burn-out pretty quickly. How many place-setting purchases have really been that exciting? And don't you secretly want to be the one that gives them that gift? The one they rave about? Here's your chance.
Del Martin (seated) and Phyllis Lyon were the first couple to wed under California's most recent same-sex marriage ruling, reports The San Francisco Chronicle. Martin, 87, and Lyon, 83, didn't waste any time. They wed at 5:01 pm last night, the first moments that the Supreme Court ruling took effect.
Despite my views, I find the recent speculation about the death of marriage absurd, if only because it doesn’t acknowledge the hypnotic power of matrimony. All the proof you need can be found in the tight smiles of single men at weddings, in the ever-teary eyes of the unwed women, in the fear and envy behind both. The very thing, I realized, that my girlfriend of two years and I were walking into as we arrived at the rehearsal dinner.
When I was at my sister’s house visiting a few weeks ago, I was looking through her wedding albums trying to find poses and pictures that I liked so I could show my photographer. One of the albums was a thick black binder with a cute flowery title “Megan and Matt’s Best Laid Plans.” I held it up. “What’s this?” I asked my sister. “It was the binder for our wedding– you know, contracts from all our vendors, business cards, the vows; all the details to keep me organized.” My mouth fell open. “Am I supposed to have one?” “Well, you have something, right? A folder or something where you keep everything?” Um, no.
We hope that bridesmaids everywhere dying to throw their bride-to-be a fabulous shower won't ultimately settle for a fluorescent-lit reception hall or cramped living room where guests are obliged to "ooh" and "ahh" at vases and platters. Of course, that's all well and good, too. But, WEtv.com came up with a list of shower ideas that don't involve building a "fouquet" (faux bouquet) out of plastic ribbons. We liked the ideas so much, we're swiping some and adding a few of our own...
Well, the wedding of the century went down. A romance for the ages has been sanctified. Papa Joe Simpson married his daughter, Ashlee, to emo rocker Pete Wentz. The wedding also included an unexpected appearance from one Dallas Cowboys quarterback. Find out more.