Category: Wedding Websites

Wedding singer gets more gigs after her online word-war with a ‘stingy’ customer went viral

  • A netizen got surprized when websites started bringing back her once viral post.
  • She then asked everyone to move on as the incident happened two years ago and that she learned a lot from it. 

Facebook user Patricia Ivy Penano called out websites and pages that brought back her once viral post into light. In 2018, she posted about an encounter with a client who asked for her to sing 20 songs at his wedding for free.



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In one of her posts, the netizen said that she has been thinking all day as there were suddenly so many people sending her friend requests. Only to find out that websites did repost her two-year-old viral incident.

“My post was 2018 pa po. Yes po 2018 pa po. Madami nang nagalit sakanya noong 2018. Kaya kalma na tayo guys? Kasi ako po, kalma na,” she said on her

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Frankfort Wedding Venue Can’t Operate After Village Injunction

FRANKFORT, IL — A temporary restraining order has been granted against a wedding venue in Frankfort. The Village of Frankfort filed the injunction against Southern Charm Venues, a “barn wedding” venue, in Will County Circuit Court. The injunction names business owners Terri and Jerry Warning, among several others, as defendants in the case.

The case has a status hearing on Tuesday, after first meeting in June.

According to court documents, the land owned by the Warnings at 23504 S. Harlem Ave., was annexed into the village in 2003. The documents state the property is zoned as AG-agricultural district, but Southern Charm “is doing business” at the property.

According to Southern Charm’s website, the business hosts weddings at the property on Harlem Avenue.

Court documents state the Village was made aware of Southern Charms operating at the Harlem Avenue property. Members from the Village Building Department and the Frankfort Fire Protection

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Donny Osmond performs wedding in amazing technicolor dreamcoat

(RNS) — When Donny Osmond performs a wedding ceremony, not just any robe will do.

The singer, who played the title role in the musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” on stage and screen in the 1990s, posted on Facebook Monday (Oct. 12) photos of himself presiding over the wedding of his friends Todd and Rachel Salmon.

Just before pronouncing the couple husband and wife, Osmond said he announced, “Pastors would normally wear a robe. This pastor will now wear a coat.”

Osmond then pulled out the dreamcoat he wore as Joseph — red and yellow and green and brown and blue — and donned it as he made the pronouncement.

He said that he had received a special license by the state of Utah to officiate the Salmons’ wedding.

Todd Salmon is a fan of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” — the popular musical by Tim Rice

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Jon Cryer Shared A Sweet Story About His Lost (And Found) Wedding Ring

The world right now is starving for nice stories. There’s a lot of very serious business afoot, from the election to the pandemic to the long-needed social justice reform proposed by the Black Lives Matter movement. And though sometimes these serious stories sometimes take bizarre and absurd turns, a brain can only take so much important stuff before it needs a break. And on Sunday, we got one, thanks to Jon Cryer.

On yet another crazy Sunday, the Two and a Half Men and John Hughes movie alum cut through the din of Twitter to share a sweet story. It began with heartbreak: He lost his wedding ring.

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What to Know About Wedding Registries During COVID-19

In confusing times such as these, it’s expected for couples planning a wedding to feel overwhelmed with questions. From renegotiating contracts to figuring out the safest way to move forward, the process is about solving one problem at a time. But it’s not just couples—their guests also need clarity on certain etiquette. This probably holds most true when it comes to gifts, particularly, the registry.

Since applying traditional etiquette in the current climate would be futile, we turned to experts Kelley Carter and Emily Forrest for answers to the most pressing wedding registry questions (for both couples and guests!) in the age of COVID-19.

Meet the Expert

  • Kelley Carter is the home fashion director at Bloomingdale’s. With a background in editorial, she previously held positions at O Magazine, Real Simple, and Refinery29.
  • Emily Forrest is the director of communications at Zola and has been with the company for more than
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Commander of Boeing’s First Manned Flight to Space Pulls Out to Attend Daughter’s Wedding

Terry Renna/AP/Shutterstock Astronaut Chris Ferguson

Astronaut Chris Ferguson, who was expected to serve as the commander of Boeing’s first test flight to space next year, announced he’ll be giving up the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity due to “several commitments” he cannot afford to miss.

In a video posted to his Twitter account on Wednesday, Ferguson, 59, revealed the news, calling the decision “difficult and personal,” but reassured his followers that he remains “deeply committed to human spaceflight.”

Though the astronaut remained mostly general in his explanation — only saying that the decision was due to prioritizing his family and important commitments — a spokesperson at Boeing confirms to PEOPLE that one of those commitments included his daughter’s wedding.

“I want to share with you a difficult and personal decision I’ve had to make,” he said in the clip. “I have chosen to step aside as commander of the crewed flight test, scheduled

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How the wedding industry is struggling under strict coronavirus restrictions

By now, wedding season should be reaching a triumphant end, thousands of bouquets thrown and garters tossed, with vendors retreating with fatigue. This year, of course, it never really got started.



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Like most in the industry, Marianna Vaki, founder of London-based cake makers Whisk and Drizzle, began 2020 with a diary full of bookings but due to ongoing restrictions, she has been able to fulfil just 10 per cent of those orders, many of which had to be downsized. The rest of her brides have moved their weddings to next year, with some considering postponing again to 2022. If they do, she faces a second year with little-to-no income and the prospect that her business might not survive. “If weddings don’t resume next year, a lot of us won’t be here in 2022,” she says, adding that she is having to look for another job

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This newlywed couple delivered flower arrangements from their wedding to those in need of a smile

This newlywed couple delivered flower arrangements from their wedding to those in need of a smile
Courtesy Hannah Buckner

After tying the knot on September 19, Hannah and Chance Buckner found their hearts full of love — and their garage full of flower arrangements.

Instead of giving the flowers to their guests, which is common — and perfectly fine — the newlyweds decided to spread some much-needed love and positivity in their community of San Angelo, Texas, by hand delivering the bouquets to those who could use a reason to smile.

Buckner took to social media for help with distribution.

“We just got married and would like to give away our wedding flowers,” she posted in her community page. “If you know anyone who is lonely or needing a lift in their spirits, even if it’s an elderly person on your street you’ve seen but never talked to please message me their address and

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This newlywed couple delivered flower arrangements from their wedding to those in need of a reason to smile

After tying the knot on September 19, Hannah and Chance Buckner found their hearts full of love — and their garage full of flower arrangements.



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Instead of giving the flowers to their guests, which is common — and perfectly fine — the newlyweds decided to spread some much-needed love and positivity in their community of San Angelo, Texas, by hand delivering the bouquets to those who could use a reason to smile.

Buckner took to social media for help with distribution.

“We just got married and would like to give away our wedding flowers,” she posted in her community page. “If you know anyone who is lonely or needing a lift in their spirits, even if it’s an elderly person on your street you’ve seen but never talked to please message me their address and we will deliver an arrangement to them with an encouraging

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Trump official ignored virus rules at Georgia wedding – News – Savannah Morning News

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows hosted a large wedding for his daughter that appeared to violate a Georgia order and city of Atlanta guidelines aimed at stopping the spread of COVID-19, an Atlanta newspaper reported Thursday.

Photos of the event show that social distancing guidelines were not followed during the May 31 nuptials at the Biltmore Ballrooms Atlanta, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

About 70 guests, including U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio, wore tuxedos and ball gowns but no masks at the indoor wedding, and photographs show groups of people clustered closely together in the same room throughout the evening, the newspaper said.

Gov. Brian Kemp’s orders at the time banned gatherings of more than 10 people. The governor later loosened some coronavirus restrictions.

The Biltmore Hotel was one of Atlanta’s most lavish gathering

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