Wedding Roundup #011
Speech-impaired couple gets married at silent wedding
HUBBALLI: Hundreds of speech-impaired peoplecame from far and near to bless a newly married hearing-impaired couple at Hirekerur in Haveri district on Sunday.
Ashwini, (Vedavati after marriage), who is from Hirekerur and has done a diploma course in architecture, married Parathasarathi, who is from Hindupur, Andhra Pradesh and works in a private firm in Bengaluru after doing ...
A happy guide’s bride to a lavish wedding on a budget
Newlyweds Areke and Lindsey Latham met at an Eyemasters in Joplin, Mo. Lindsey sold a lovely stranger a pair of glasses and the customer wrote her number on the receipt. Areke’s brave move landed her a new boyfriend and, eventually, a husband.
The Lathams dated for nearly eight years before their big day. Both in their early 30s, they’re originally from the Kansas City area but now live in Columbia, Mo.
Country Life's brides guide backs more modest nuptials
Couples who dream of an extravagant wedding have been told to step away from the frills and flounces and get back to basics.
Lavish, multi-day nuptials have been overdone, says Country Life magazine.
Instead it is recommending brides-to-be opt for a more stripped-back, classy affair.
As befits the quintessentially English magazine, it has issued a gentle plea for restraint for the coming wedding season...