Connells celebrate their 70th anniversary

Doris and Leland Connell first time met on a double date — except he was with her best buddy and she was with a another person. Leland Connell said that he was so taken with Doris that he asked her out after a few days. And 6 months after their date, in the year 1945 at a county court in Iowa at ages 18 and 19, they tied the knot.

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He told that he felt quite hard. Observing their 70th anniversary, at the Broomfield Greens Adult Community, on Sunday, he said that they have had a great life. It has been very fulfilling. The couple – Doris and Leland Connell turned 88 and 89 respectively. She joked that their relationship worked well because she is the boss in their relationship.

Jenni and Roger to tie the knot this year

Jenni Farley has finally fixed the date to take her wedding vows with Roger Mathews. She took to her Instagram account to make this huge announcement to all her fans. Now it revealed that 8 month old Meilani Alexandra’s parents are all set to walk down the aisle on 18th Oct, this fall. Jenni, now 30, took to her Instagram page and said: “Save the date!!! Here comes the bride!! @rogermathewsnj and I officially picked the date!! special thanks to @alexandrialindo for designing this masterpiece!!! More details on my blog Jwoww.com!!,”

Jenni has been planning her ‘day of life’ with Party Extravaganza wedding planner Robynne Adoff. Well, it seems that the MTV star just could not be more excited regarding the whole thing. The couple will tie the knot in New Jersey. According to reports, the brunette told that most of her Jersey Shore cast is invited.

Nicole Polizzi, popular as “Snooki” and Sammi Giancola will be her bridesmaids, and the daughter of the lovebirds’ will be their lovely flower girl. This is just been one month since the couple last dressed up their brown eyed girl in a while attire and pretty bow for her baptism’s celebration.

Lauren Scruggs talks about plane accident before wedding to Jason Kennedy

Three years before Lauren Scruggs took her wedding vows to Jason Kennedy, the life of the former model changed forever. In a sneak glance at the upcoming E! special of the couple, The Kennedy Wedding: Jason and Lauren, the editor in chief of the LOLO Magazine calls up the tragic incident which allowed her without a left hand and eye.

The model married the E! News co-host on 12th December in Texas. She told that this was just such an incredible time in life. She felt like her career was starting. Everything was rolling really fast and then everything came to a halt.

Lauren Scruggs recalled that on 3rd December, 2011, her mother and she decided to go to their friends house for dinner after church and one of the friends was taking people up for plane rides.

Couple’s wedding live-streaming

There were almost four hundred and fifty guests at the Michelle Barone-Lepore as well as Daniel Lepore’s marriage but they were not the day’s only players. Hundred others saw a live video stream of the pair’s September 2013 reception and ceremony at the Saint Kateri Tekakwitha church in LaGrangeville as well as Villa Borghese in Wappingers Falls.
Poughkeepsie’s media and marketing company Think Social First’s owner Barone-Lepore told that there was another thousand which literally, wanted to be there for him. For her, this was the best way to get them there.
A certified master wedding planner Micki Novak told that social media is a very great part of today’s marriages. She added that guests are very excited to share their activities on Facebook and Instagram as they happen. It is not uncommon as the bride is walking down the aisle to see smart phones en masse as guests strive to take their own personal photos.
Common sense shows what is appropriate to post, she told, adding that it would be next to impossible to monitor the snaps, even if the pair requests that guests refrain from putting them up. Novak told that as long as social media is as popular as it is these days, it would carry on to be widely used at weddings. Barone Lepore told that her husband’s taste was for a quiet affair, but he was not surprised by her enthusiasm for a large, socially connected celebration.

There were almost four hundred and fifty guests at the Michelle Barone-Lepore as well as Daniel Lepore’s marriage but they were not the day’s only players. Hundred others saw a live video stream of the pair’s September 2013 reception and ceremony at the Saint Kateri Tekakwitha church in LaGrangeville as well as Villa Borghese in Wappingers Falls.

Poughkeepsie’s media and marketing company Think Social First’s owner Barone-Lepore told that there was another thousand which literally, wanted to be there for him. For her, this was the best way to get them there.

A certified master wedding planner Micki Novak told that social media is a very great part of today’s marriages. She added that guests are very excited to share their activities on Facebook and Instagram as they happen. It is not uncommon as the bride is walking down the aisle to see smart phones en masse as guests strive to take their own personal photos.

Common sense shows what is appropriate to post, she told, adding that it would be next to impossible to monitor the snaps, even if the pair requests that guests refrain from putting them up. Novak told that as long as social media is as popular as it is these days, it would carry on to be widely used at weddings. Barone Lepore told that her husband’s taste was for a quiet affair, but he was not surprised by her enthusiasm for a large, socially connected celebration.

Atlanta family loses US$ 3000 worth of wedding intitations in the mail

A family from Atlanta is attempting to figure out what happened to their wedding invitations. The bride’s mom told that around thirty days ago, she delivered around two hundred invitations to the post office, believing that it offers workers a lot of time to deliver them. But the mother recently told that the wedding party members have recently told her that they have not received any invitation.
Linda Hill stated that she is very mush stressed because on 22nd July, she mailed around 185 invitations for her daughter’s wedding that is set for 20th September. A whole lot of people are telling that they have not got invitations that cost the lady around US$ 3000.
She stated that she does not know what the solution is. She would probably have to do is contact everyone who has not RSVPd and might be by email and see if they are going to come to the wedding. Hill added that she utilized a north-west post office in Atlanta to mail in 185 invitations and se even used some extra postage to ensure that the invitations come on time.
A news channel reportedly called the Postal Service as well as the postmaster general of the country about what Linda and others like her must do in this situation. However, the channel did not respond. Last weekend, a postal worker in yet another state was arrested on camera throwing away baskets filled with mail into a dumpster.

A family from Atlanta is attempting to figure out what happened to their wedding invitations. The bride’s mom told that around thirty days ago, she delivered around two hundred invitations to the post office, believing that it offers workers a lot of time to deliver them. But the mother recently told that the wedding party members have recently told her that they have not received any invitation.

Linda Hill stated that she is very mush stressed because on 22nd July, she mailed around 185 invitations for her daughter’s wedding that is set for 20th September. A whole lot of people are telling that they have not got invitations that cost the lady around US$ 3000.

She stated that she does not know what the solution is. She would probably have to do is contact everyone who has not RSVPd and might be by email and see if they are going to come to the wedding. Hill added that she utilized a north-west post office in Atlanta to mail in 185 invitations and se even used some extra postage to ensure that the invitations come on time.

A news channel reportedly called the Postal Service as well as the postmaster general of the country about what Linda and others like her must do in this situation. However, the channel did not respond. Last weekend, a postal worker in yet another state was arrested on camera throwing away baskets filled with mail into a dumpster.

A short love story from the mass wedding of World Pride

In the midst of parties, conferences, parades, a signature event happening this week would serve as a telling reminder of what Pride is all about – love. A mass wedding that is scheduled at Casa Loma for Thursday is anticipated to attract as many as hundred and twenty couples from across the world, and is targeting to be the biggest LGBTQ marriage in history.
Liberty Entertainment Group’s president Nick Di Donato that recently started operating this historic property told that he is anticipating up to 800 people to  be a part of the WorldPride event. The couples would tie the not in a glass pavilion, and the guests would be treated to cocktails as well as hors d’oeuvres in gardens.
Among those attempting the knot would be people traveling from nations where same-sex wedding is not illegal. Recently a couple shared their experience as how they desire to celebrate their love for each other openly and a regenerate determination to come back home and push for wedding equality.
For Taiwan’s Lana Yu and Cindy Su, it was kind of a love at 2nd sight. They met each other in their native Taiwan through a mutual friend 4 yers ago. That time, they realized that they both had previously lived 2 buildings apart in Canada at the very same time. They even shared the same post office. In fact, it is more than likely that they have seen each other in ways. The fact is that their relationship has not seen the dark days in spite of same sex wedding marriage prohibition in Taiwan.

In the midst of parties, conferences, parades, a signature event happening this week would serve as a telling reminder of what Pride is all about – love. A mass wedding that is scheduled at Casa Loma for Thursday is anticipated to attract as many as hundred and twenty couples from across the world, and is targeting to be the biggest LGBTQ marriage in history.

Liberty Entertainment Group’s president Nick Di Donato that recently started operating this historic property told that he is anticipating up to 800 people to  be a part of the WorldPride event. The couples would tie the not in a glass pavilion, and the guests would be treated to cocktails as well as hors d’oeuvres in gardens.

Among those attempting the knot would be people traveling from nations where same-sex wedding is not illegal. Recently a couple shared their experience as how they desire to celebrate their love for each other openly and a regenerate determination to come back home and push for wedding equality.

For Taiwan’s Lana Yu and Cindy Su, it was kind of a love at 2nd sight. They met each other in their native Taiwan through a mutual friend 4 yers ago. That time, they realized that they both had previously lived 2 buildings apart in Canada at the very same time. They even shared the same post office. In fact, it is more than likely that they have seen each other in ways. The fact is that their relationship has not seen the dark days in spite of same sex wedding marriage prohibition in Taiwan.