Day: October 9, 2020

Bride who has no legs walks down the aisle without a wheelchair

Bride who has no legs walks down the aisle without a wheelchair

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Bride who has no legs walks down the aisle without a wheelchair

– A bride in the Philippines who was born without legs wanted her wedding day to be special, so she decided to walk down the aisle without her wheelchair

– In a heartwarming video, Rosie Babor could be seen making her way to the altar to be joined in holy matrimony

– Rosie said walking to the altar without her wheelchair made the day “so much more special”

A bride born without legs, Rosie Babor, ditched her wheelchair to walk down the aisle in a heartwarming video that has gone viral on social media.

Rosie Babor walked down the aisle without her wheelchair. Photo credit: @TheSun/Twitter

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She had initially planned to use her wheelchair on her wedding day but decided to experience her special day like any other bride, Daily Mail reports.

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Every wedding dress needs a tweak or two or more, so find an alterations specialist right away | Weddings

Size up — but not too much

When choosing a dress, make sure it fits your biggest area. For some, that may be the hips and for others the bust or the waist. The rest can be taken in. Otherwise, if a dress needs to be expanded, there may not be enough fabric to let out. That could mean ordering more material, and some designers don’t sell their fabric. Many brides also arrive with a dress that is three or four sizes too large, which creates extra work, which ups the bill.

Gown alterations: 7 things every bride needs to know

Consider the labor involved

Every dress alteration involves five or more hours of labor. Hemming a puffy dress or ballroom gown takes more time than a sheath. Beading and lace must be carefully taken apart to make alterations and then put back together again. “It’s very time-consuming,” Pollens says.

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Top Trump aide ignored virus rules at wedding, newspaper reports

Mark Meadows

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows replaces his face covering after a television interview at the White House on Wednesday. Alex Brandon/Associated Press

MARIETTA, Ga. — 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 to stop the spread of COVID-19, a newspaper reported Thursday.

Photos of the event show many of the guests crowding together, dancing and hugging 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

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Carlton Park closure forces couple to call off wedding for second time

A DEVASTATED couple’s fully-planned wedding had to be scrapped for a second time after Carlton Park closed — leaving them almost £3,000 out of pocket.

Gary Griffin and Laura Hamlet were forced to switch from August 28 this year to the same date in 2021 because of the pandemic.

And the couple thought it was a hoax when a hurried note was emailed from one of the affected staff at Carlton Park last week.

“It was either rushed or just really bad English,” said Gary (45), who grew up in Kiveton Park. “We thought: ‘Is this some kind of joke’ and rang the Advertiser, who confirmed that it had been closed.

“We’ve tried all sorts of email addresses but had no answers. So I’ve been in touch with the credit card and bank to fund the transactions, because we paid bit by bit.

“It’s caused arguments between us because it’s

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Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone Celebrate Their 15th Wedding Anniversary: ‘Here’s to 500 More’

Happy anniversary, Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone!

Ben Falcone, Melissa McCarthy are posing for a picture: Buckner/Variety/REX/Shutterstock Ben Falcone, Melissa McCarthy

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Buckner/Variety/REX/Shutterstock Ben Falcone, Melissa McCarthy

The couple celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary on Wednesday by posting sweet tributes to one another on Instagram.

“15 years ago today I married the kindest, funniest and weirdest human I’ve ever met. Grateful every single day!!!” the actress, 50, wrote, sharing a photo of the pair kissing.

Falcone shared a humorous photo of McCarthy holding two rabbits, saying that he found the picture in his phone but “can’t remember seeing it before.”

“Two things: A) I’m so lucky and grateful to be married to such a lovely, smart, kind and wonderful person B) why is there a skunk in the picture?” the actor, 47, wrote in the caption. “Happy fifteenth Anniversary, Mooch! Here’s to 500 more (I am assuming we will kinda be robots for 400 of those years)”

Gallery: Reese Witherspoon Opens

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Fun Times, Family Memories Await At New Concord Event Center

CONCORD, NH — Tucked deep into the woods, along a dirt road nearly a half a mile off Bog Road, will probably be one of the most romantic areas of the city next month after a new wedding and corporate function hall opens in West Concord.

After nearly two years of planning and many months of construction, The Barn At Bull Meadow is scheduled to host its first wedding in October.

The function room became a dream of Justin and Jennifer Stephens and later, Justin’s brother, Eric Stephens, after the couple put together their own wedding and had a hard time finding the right location, with the ambiance they desired, at a price point they could afford. Jennifer Stephens studied event management in college and after exchanging their vows, the couple began to discuss the idea … a lot.

“Where we got married, it was a husband and wife that

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Virtual Auction Will Benefit the Bronx Documentary Center and Bronx Photographers

Jared Soares, “Lawrence” (© Jared Soares; courtesy Bronx Documentary Center)

Today, the Bronx Documentary Center (BDC) in Melrose virtually opened its 6th Annual Photo Auction Benefit. Half of the proceeds from the sale, which is open through October 22, will fund the BDC’s exhibitions, public programming, and educational initiatives; the other 50% will benefit Bronx-based photographers, including program participants, experiencing financial stress due to COVID-19. The works on offer are valued from $100, for a pair of photobooks by Fazal Sheikh, to $9,000, for an archival silver gelatin print by Gilles Peress.

Pat Kane, “Northern Playground” (© Pat Kane; courtesy the Bronx Documentary Center)

A community-oriented arts nonprofit, the Bronx Documentary Center is committed to supporting photography and photojournalism that engage with issues of social justice and themes of social change. Many of the prints and photobooks on offer echo these values as they explore topics like refugee camps, the

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Photos by Pala Mikayla, a Top Kelowna Photographer Announces Special Rates on Wedding Photography Services – Press Release

Kelowna, BC – Making memories last a lifetime and beyond is the goal of the professional photographer at Photos by Pala Mikayla. As a professional photographer with years of experience and a stunning portfolio to boast of, the expert photographer at Photos by Pala Mikayla has been able to capture rare and fleeting moments, making sure that those moments are preserved for the longest possible time. Focused on delivering the best pictures imaginable, Photos by Pala Mikayla now offers photography services at the best rates.

Members of the Kelowna, BC community who are interested in capturing moments and turning them into a lifetime of memories can now do so with help from the professional photographer at Photos by Pala Mikayla. The photographer understands that each client has specific needs that are particular to them and their taste, and as such, offers personalized services aimed at delivering the amazing outcomes that

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Why Tarek El Moussa Won’t Invite Ex Christina Anstead To Wedding With Heather Rae Young


  • Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young will not invite their exes to their wedding
  • The soon-to-be husband and wife are eyeing a 2021 wedding ceremony in either Cabo or California
  • El Moussa’s kids with ex-wife Christina Anstead, who recently split with Ant Anstead, will attend the event 

Tarek El Moussa and fiancée Heather Rae Young are preparing to tie the knot soon, and some have already been banned from the guest list: their exes. This means that his “Flip or Flop” co-host and ex-wife Christina Anstead, who recently announced her split from Ant Anstead, will not be receiving an invite.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, El Moussa talked about his and Young’s upcoming nuptials and revealed that they plan to keep the celebration intimate. As for the guests, the HGTV star is adamant that no exes will be invited to avoid “distractions.”

“No, no exes at

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New wedding website makes walking down the aisle easier

WEDDINGS has been one of the main industries curtailed by coronavirus restrictions but two Tweed residents are helping couples be able to plan their wedding in COVID-19 times.

Judi Watts and Kristy Mason created Aisle Wedding Market, an online market platform which is designed to connect wedding suppliers with couples looking to plan their wedding from their living room.

Ms Mason said that the pair wanted to create something positive for the wedding industry which has faced some tough months recently.

“The pandemic has really affected us and the entire wedding community,” she said.

“We hated seeing colleagues and fellow business owners struggling and closing down around us.

“We saw an opportunity to create something positive that would allow the wedding industry to ride out the pandemic and generate additional revenue by selling new inventory and preloved goods direct to the bridal market.”

The platform has grown immensely since it

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