On Friday, January 29th Governor Cuomo announced that weddings with a guest list of up to 150 people could return to the state of New York by March. Nearly one month later and we now have the new COVID-19 guidance for wedding venues.
A bride-to-be whose name hasn't been revealed emailed out a lengthy missive to her ten potential bridesmaids, telling them exactly what would be required of them if they accepted her invitation to be in her wedding party. The demands were so outrageous, causing it to go viral.
To an adult, it seems like the simplest task in the world. But to a small child, walking down an aisle and sprinkling flower petals on the ground is apparently totally terrifying. Here are some videos of little girls who just can't handle the pressure of being flower girl...
The concept of a "Bridezilla" has been taken to a whole new level.
A series of emails written by a bride-to-be to her bridesmaids (and shared by one of the bridesmaids) will have you shaking your head in utter disbelief.
We've all received our fair share of dull engagement announcement photos from friends. (Wow, a photobooth! So original!) Well, one creative couple decided to spice up their engagement photos with some uninvited members of the walking dead.
A lady decided to do a "seductive" dance down the aisle to her own version of "Crazy B----" by Buckcherry, and now it is being called the white trashiest wedding in history. (NSFW, btw.)
When we realized we had just bought napkin rings, a bookshelf, batteries and a giant sack of frozen meatballs, we realized you really can get everything at IKEA. Apparently, that even includes a husband.*
Robert Watling and Kelli Johnston are a speedy pair. In fact, Watling proposed to Johnston last October after they completed the Chicago Marathon, which was one of the many 26.2 mile races the couple had completed together.
Given their shared history in running shoes -- their first date was a 5K race -- getting married after the Boston Marathon seemed like the natural thing to do.