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Planning for a wedding is one of the most daunting tasks of a lifetime, as this is probably the first time preparing for it, and also the last time. Everyone wants the best for their wedding. It is always tough for people to decide on what to do to get the best out of it.
One of the best ways to make your wedding the most memorable one for all your wedding guests is to engage the services of a wedding entertainment company. Some entertainment includes getting a photo booth where people can take silly pictures. Some
Jane Chung and Chris Gorman stood face to face, with their cheery dog Jupiter gallivanting in the desert dirt. The sunset cast a golden glow and a light breeze cooled the summer air as they exchanged their vows at Joshua Tree National Park.
Season 21 of Little People, Big World is here, and fans are excited to see how Amy Roloff’s relationship with Chris Marek progresses. The two got engaged last season, and Amy is busily planning her big day. But it seems her wedding plans are postponed to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Zach Roloff recently talked about Amy’s nuptials. And her choice to postpone might also be a sign that she’s not marrying on Roloff Farms. Here’s why.
Amy Roloff is planning her wedding to Chris Marek
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After her divorce from Matt Roloff, Amy made it known she never thought she’d get married again. But Marek changed her mind. The couple seems happier than ever together, and now that Amy’s moved off of Roloff Farms and into her own place,
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star, 53, said “I do” to fiancé Mike Hill on Saturday during a lavish wedding ceremony at the Governors Towne Club in Acworth, Georgia, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal.
“Mike and I are elated that today has finally come! 10/10/20 is and always will be our perfect date. We are not perfect, but, are perfect for each other,” the newlyweds tell PEOPLE. “We are living in a very different time, and now more than ever we realize that life is too short, and to never take anything for granted. We are so grateful to have found each other. Love with the help of God conquers all.”
Saturday would have been the most popular day to get married before the pandemic, according to the Knot.
More than 104,000 weddings were scheduled to take place on October 10 through Knot’s registry. But, that didn’t end up happening. (Love may be powerful, but it can’t stop the coronavirus from spreading.)
Knot is a wedding planner app and website, which more than 25 million people have used to plan their wedding.
The majority of wedding guests said that this year, they preferred outdoor gatherings with less than 25 people in attendance. Couples also said that they wanted masks to be required, according to the Global COVID-19 Weddings Report.
For the couples that did not decide to change their wedding date, nearly all said that they were having to make changes or take precautions to adjust to the pandemic.
A little more than a third of couples who initially scheduled their
Lindsey Vonn has had to push a pause button on her wedding plans with PK Subban.
The 35-year-old Olympic skier tells People that the couple, who got engaged in 2019, are really not in a rush to walk down the aisle.
“We’re kind of in a holding pattern right now,” she shared. “With COVID, it just feels like there’s no good option, you know? I don’t have a timeline or a plan, we’re just kind of going to wait and see.”
Lindsey continued, “Obviously, his family is in Canada, so I can’t physically get to Canada and they can’t get here. It’ll happen eventually, we just don’t know when.”
“Neither of us are really worried about when we’re going to get married,” she adds. “We know it’s gonna happen, so we’re not in a rush about it.”
Lindsey also mentioned that having because of the pandemic, her relationship with
Francisca Concha had other plans for June 27. In a perfect world, she would have enjoyed dinner with family on the deck of a boat cruising through canals in the Netherlands after marrying her partner of three years, Vincent. They would’ve ended the day with friends at a bar toasting their new life as a married couple. But instead, when the day rolled around, Concha, 32, and Vincent, 30, ate cake and champagne for breakfast in their two bedroom apartment while quarantining in the U.K., where they live. “We are known for cracking open a bottle of champagne for no particular reason,” Concha says, “so it seemed like the right thing to do.”
It’s a relationship milestone they’ll never forget. As the coronavirus forced the cancellation of large social gatherings, many couples made adjustments—from Zoom weddings to miniaturized, socially-distanced ceremonies—while others, who delayed their nuptials until next year or beyond,
Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young are keeping their wedding guest list small, and that means there’s no room for their exes.
El Moussa and his ex-wife, Christina Anstead, rose to fame as the hosts of HGTV’s “Flip or Flop.” The former couple share daughter Taylor, 10, and son Brayden, 5. Despite their amicable relationship, Anstead won’t be getting an invitation to El Moussa’s nuptials.
“No, no exes at the wedding,” El Moussa, 39, told “Entertainment Tonight.” “Small, less distractions, more intimate, better conversations with the people around us. You know, we just think smaller is better.” While he and Young both star in TV series, El Moussa told the outlet there won’t be cameras on hand for the big day.
“Just intimate, with our best friends and family,” Young, 33, added. “We’re gonna have to be strict with our list.”