We keep hearing more and more about weddings being interrupted by boozy shenanigans and ending with the wedding party sleeping it off in the jail with aching heads, scraped knuckles and bruised egos. Digital Spy has a different kind of interrupted wedding (with video). Just as things were getting underway, a naked fellow opened a window behind the pastor and jiggled his dingle at the lucky couple and the guests. After a few moments of silliness, the bride had enough and a husky guest marches toward the naked interloper.
Jennifer Aniston kept close with this guest close to her ex and now she's invited them to her wedding with Justin Theroux.
This '90s star is officially off the market! This star we all know and love from the '90s has a lot to celebrate: first he survived an Internet death hoax and now he's married! Curious to know who got hitched this weekend? Trust us, you loved him back in the day (and his dancing!)
Buried in "How readers scored first presidential debate," today's letters to the editor section of the Denver Post, is one with a slightly different twist. Kelsey Kenfield noted: "What truly frightened me to the core was Mick Romney's unabashed disregard, arrogance and lack of respect shown for the moderator, Jim Lehrer, an equally learned and accomplished person, a man doing nothing to Romney but offering him a forum to express himself. [… His] attitude towards someone he perceived as standing in his way is … more a measure of the man than anything else that happened Wednesday night. This behavior should not be ignored."
Webster's defines "dowry" as the money, goods or estate that a wife brings to her husband at marriage. They define "diarrhea" as, well, you probably know that one, especially if you love coffee and Thai food. But now, a story out of Hong Kong has convinced us to coin the term "dowrrhea."
I can't say it enough: "Cold feet" are not a harmless nuisance to shake off as you barrel down the aisle toward your tulle-filled fantasy wedding. They are, in fact, a real indicator that something is wrong, as I learned when I cancelled my nuptials in the nick of time. And a new study backs me up.
The four friends in this movie all have very different personalitites. They range from Type A to Type Who Brings Cocaine On a Plane In A Baby Powder Container.
You would be surprised how many women going through divorces tell me they knew they were making a mistake when they walked down the aisle — in more recent headlines, Kim Kardashian even shared this similar sentiment. Below are five warning signs you may want to consider before saying "I do."
It's one of Romania's more colorful customs: bride-napping. And the tradition of snatching the bride from under the nose of groom and guests with the wedding party in full swing is getting bigger, brasher and an increasingly common sight in the Romanian capital, the Balkans' undisputed party town.
My wedding is less than two months away - thank goodness. I am thrilled to be marrying my best friend, but to be quite honest, the whole process has been a headache. There’s the collision of familial cultures, the mothers’ good-intentioned “suggestions,” the always-increasing guest list and, of course, very important wardrobe decisions to be made. Regardless of the family dynamics and other emotionally-charged choices in wedding planning, no one can deny that it is outrageously expensive.
As a former costume designer and image consultant, I have dressed many brides and bridal parties in real life and on television. While there is usually more drama behind the scenes of television shows, everyone faces real challenges. Here are seven tips to keep in mind when shopping for your wedding dress.
Word has it Ms. Swfit showed up uninvited to a Kennedy wedding this weekend. So maybe the Kennedys are a little skeptical of this country singer encroaching on their New England turf?
We United States of Americans spend a bunch of money on our weddings. We also develop eating disorders, deep forehead wrinkles and psychotic antipathy for our future in-laws over them (so I've heard). And while most of us manage to have a good time at the reception, what we really stink at is planning for what happens after the garters, cakes and honeymoon sentiments are in the rearview mirror.