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.

Wedding party dips into water as dock collapses

A whole lot of newly married couple ask the photographers to click candid moments to call up their special day. But Dan Anderson and Jackie might have gotten something that they never bargained for, this weekend, at their wedding t hat took place in Crosslake in Minnesota.
Before the wedding ceremony, the Dan and Jackie wedding party assembled on a nearby dock to pose some snaps. But the planned photo session did not last very long. The weather beaten dock, made of wood, broke down under water triggered by the collective weight of the celebrants.
Hired by the pair to shoot their wedding ceremony, Megan Fritze, the videographer, managed to shoot the prenuptial water plunge. Fritze stated that even the bride kept her sense of humor – she looked up with the largest smile in the world. She was literally laughing out loud and just smiling. And, the very first thing she told him was, ‘Did you record that? Please tell me you got that on camera!’ and Megan thought that this bride is really very cool.
Later, they all toweled off. It would be hard to tell that an hour earlier they all gotten wet. The videographer further added that the bride was really stunning.
Meanwhile, a newly married couple passed their wedding night in jail after their marriage ended with a hotel lobby battle. Apparently, the Brit couple was trying to check onto the hotel when the incident happened. A local newspaper suggested that the couple turned aggressive and they called the guards. When the guards came in, everything turned physical.

A whole lot of newly married couple ask the photographers to click candid moments to call up their special day. But Dan Anderson and Jackie might have gotten something that they never bargained for, this weekend, at their wedding t hat took place in Crosslake in Minnesota.

Before the wedding ceremony, the Dan and Jackie wedding party assembled on a nearby dock to pose some snaps. But the planned photo session did not last very long. The weather beaten dock, made of wood, broke down under water triggered by the collective weight of the celebrants.

Hired by the pair to shoot their wedding ceremony, Megan Fritze, the videographer, managed to shoot the prenuptial water plunge. Fritze stated that even the bride kept her sense of humor – she looked up with the largest smile in the world. She was literally laughing out loud and just smiling. And, the very first thing she told him was, ‘Did you record that? Please tell me you got that on camera!’ and Megan thought that this bride is really very cool.

Later, they all toweled off. It would be hard to tell that an hour earlier they all gotten wet. The videographer further added that the bride was really stunning.

Meanwhile, a newly married couple passed their wedding night in jail after their marriage ended with a hotel lobby battle. Apparently, the Brit couple was trying to check onto the hotel when the incident happened. A local newspaper suggested that the couple turned aggressive and they called the guards. When the guards came in, everything turned physical.

Methodist bishop charged for conducting gay wedding

A retired United Methodist bishop is now facing formal complaints after he conducted the wedding for two men from Alabama after they were denied to get married in the church. According to reports, a statement from that church stated that they charges have been files against retired Bishop Melvin G. Talbert, who took care of the gay wedding ceremony last year in Birmingham. The retired United Methodist bishop is accused of breaking his ‘trust’ as a bishop, stated a statement from Western Jurisdiction of the United Methodist Church.

Melvin G. Talbert of Nashville, Tennessee, denied saying anything over the complaints. On Friday, Joe Openshaw (one of the men got married by Talbert) told that he just expects that he charges are withdrawn. He told that he is really saddened that a complaint has been filed over what was one of the most love filled and happiest days of his life.

The officials of the church did not reveal who files the complaints on confidentiality grounds. The church officials announced the changes against Melvin G. Talbert just a week after same type of charges were shed against a Methodist minister who conducted his son’s gay wedding ceremony in New York. Earlier in December, a Pennsylvania minister was unfrocked after he presided at his son’s gay wedding.

Openshaw, who is a member of suburban Birmingham’s United Methodist church, wanted a church wedding ceremony. Later they were supposed to get married legally in Washington DC. Since Alabama did not recognize same sex wedding, they had to move to some other place to do it legally.

David Bain’s wedding party

One of David Bain’s wedding party members is a convicted criminal on parole who raped his former girlfriend and then cut the neck of his ex-girlfriend. The convicted criminal Paul Russell Wilson killed his former partner Kimberly Schroder in May 1994 in Hokitika. Paul entered Kimberly’s flat and tied up her male flatmate and then he raped and killed her. That time, Kim was just twenty one years old.

Paul Russell Wilson, then thirty one, was convicted for murder in a jury trial in 1995. Paul was sentenced to life imprisonment along with a fifteen year non-parole time; after that the time was reduced to thirteen years.

Earlier on Friday in Christchurch, David Bain tied the knot with his fiance Liz Davies. Paul was loosely linked with the groom’s party. Bain is a former Dunedin student was pronounced in the year 1995 of killing his parents as well as 3 siblings and he spent thirteen years. Later he was acquitted following a retrial in the year 2009. He is waiting to hear if he will be awarded compensation from the Government. David met Paul Russell Wilson when he was serving in Paparua Prison, which is now known as Christchurch Men’s Prison.

In 2003, on Waitangi Day, Carolyn Davies, who is a long time David Bain supporter and also the mother of the bride, took her husband as well as her daughter, then twenty three, to pass a family day with David Bain at Paparua and his best inmate buddy who was called Larry.

West Point arranges their first gay wedding ceremony

Two ex cadets of West Point went to the Cadet Chapel of the military academy earlier on Sunday to tie the knot, marking the 1st time a male pair has married at the school. The happy pair – Daniel Lennox (class of 2007) and Larry Choate III (class of 2009) got married in front of around twenty guests on Saturday. Before the wedding ceremony, Choate told that it was going to be just like every other wedding there except probably a lot smaller and no bride.

Speaking to a news agency, he told that he expects this marriage represents probably one more roadblock which is pushed over a bit, or probably one more glass ceiling which has shattered that makes it much easier for the next pair.

They are not the only couple; the academy arranged 2 same sex marriages in the year 2012; however it was both between female partners. Those wedding ceremonies represent how much has altered in just few years. Same sex wedding did not become legal in the New York city till 2011. At present, Pentagon recognizes gay and lesbian weddings and it is working to offer benefits to legally marry gay pairs.

In the year 2012, Brenda Sue Fulton and Penelope Gnesin became the very 1st same sex pair to tie the knot in cadet chapel, commanded by an Army chaplain. Brenda Sue, a West Point graduate, is from the 1980 class. Earlier that time, another lesbian couple got married elsewhere on West Point campus.