New Delhi: Popular singer Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh are reportedly planning to have a Delhi wedding. The couple made their love Insta official a few days back and hogged all the attention.
Now, according to a report in TOI.com, Neha and Rohanpreet will be tying the knot on October 26, 2020, in Delhi. In fact, Neha even confirmed her wedding rumour with an Instagram post having #NehuDaVyah as a hashtag.
Incidentally, veteran singer Udita Narayan’s son Aditya Narayan, who hosted a singing reality show where Neha Kakkar was one of the judges also announced his wedding with longtime girlfriend a few days back.
Aditya Narayan told TOI, “Neha is a dear friend and I am happy for her. I have known Rohan since he was the second runner-up of ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil’ Champs way back in 2008 that I hosted. I
Good communication is essential for a successful marriage. It’s also essential for most wedding guests as COVID-19 continues to spread.
More than 70% of wedding guests said they want to receive health and safety details before they RSVP, according to wedding planning website The Knot.
The Knot released the findings Tuesday as part of its 2020 Wedding Guest Study. The website found that 35% of couples with weddings scheduled between September 2020 and January 2021 had postponed their reception, while 58% were not changing their date but were adding health precautions. In October alone, more than 104,000 weddings with 14.1 million guests were scheduled in the U.S.
Kristen Maxwell Cooper, editor-in-chief of The Knot, said that couples “have been incredibly creative” in the ways they’ve communicated with guests about health, such as by making social media videos and offering color-coded bracelets for guests to show their comfort levels with in-person
Between exchanging your vows, putting on your rings, and sharing that first kiss as a married couple, the ceremony is the most important (and most photographed) part of your big day. Of course, you want a beautiful wedding backdrop for such an important occasion!
That’s where your wedding altar comes in, and your options here are truly endless—from flower-filled wedding arches and modern chuppahs to even a simple display of candles and a blanket. “Within the overall wedding design, you have a few choice moments that will make a tremendous impact,” says Lindsey Boyce, owner of Host and Haven. “I think the ceremony, and specifically the altar, is one of those moments.”
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Lindsey Boyce is the owner of Host and Haven, a full-service event and home design firm based in South Carolina.
This one décor element will set the scene for the whole ceremony and define the
Zully O’Conner Suarez-Hall thought her wedding would be in Las Vegas.
She had always wanted to experience the casinos, and after seeing the wedding scene from “The Hangover” movie, she figured it’d be a great way to “tackle two birds with one stone.”
So when she and her now-husband, Ray Hall, fell in love — the two met while playing pool at Brody’s Bar and Grill on Lady’s Island — they began planning.
Knowing the price tag on a Vegas trip, the couple wanted to save enough money to do it right.
On Feb. 12, 2019, the Halls went to the UPS store next to Game Stop in Beaufort and had an employee notarize their wedding certificate. Their goal was to celebrate their two-year anniversary in Sin City.
But that dream was halted after a year of doctor visits and an eventual cancer diagnosis, resulting in surgery scheduled for Wednesday
Steven Shoemaker and Kirsten Haigh tied the knot in the courtyard of a Los Angeles-area nursing home to ensure that Haigh’s 89-year-old grandmother wouldn’t miss it.”I joke, she’s such a fantastic host that it would be just like her to find a way to host our wedding,” Haigh told KABC.The newlyweds live in San Francisco but had always planned to get married in Orange County.”We were planning on having a big wedding in Costa Mesa on Sept. 6. Everybody was invited. Probably at least 100, 150 people,” Shoemaker said.But that all changed with the coronavirus pandemic, and it was back to the drawing board.”We had the epiphany of what really matters here, so we asked the facility if we could get married in the parking lot because her window faces the parking lot and of course, we got so much more,” Haigh said.Park Vista Health Center worked with the family … Read More
In a normal year the India Couture Week, an extravaganza of high-end style and bridal wear from the country’s top designers, would have been held in July. That’s when the monsoon season brings cooler temperatures to New Delhi, and when the city’s beautiful and wealthy people return from their European sojourns.
July is also prime wedding-planning season, bringing brides-to-be out of the woodwork, each searching for her dream gown.
More than 20% of Indian brides surveyed in 2018 said they would spend between $13,500 and $27,000 on their weddings. About the same
FULLERTON, Calif. (KABC) — Steven Shoemaker and Kirsten Haigh tied the knot in the courtyard of a Fullerton skilled nursing home to be sure Kirsten’s 89-year-old grandma wouldn’t miss it.
“I joke, she’s such a fantastic host that it would be just like her to find a way to host our wedding,” said Haigh.
The newlyweds live in San Francisco, but had always planned to get married in Orange County.
“We were planning on having a big wedding in Costa Mesa on September 6th. Everybody was invited. Probably at least 100, 150 people,” said Shoemaker. But that all changed with the pandemic and it was back to the drawing board.
“We had the epiphany of what really matters here, so we asked the facility if we could get married in the parking lot because her window faces the parking lot and of course, we got so much more,” Haigh.
A Louisiana couple planning to get married Saturday had to push their nuptials up a few days as Hurricane Delta slowly made its way toward the state — then made landfall Friday.
Ian and Taylor Gaspard, of Abbeville, 80 miles east of Creole, where Delta made landfall, were supposed to exchange vows Saturday in front of 300 guests inside Saint Mary Magdalene Church.
Their plans were scuttled because of Delta. In an effort to beat the storm, they held the ceremony at the church Thursday in front of friends and family.
In this image made from video, Ian and Taylor Gaspard from Abbeville speak to a reporter after getting married Thursday. Hurricane Delta sped up the Louisiana couple’s wedding by a few days but judging by the smiles on the bride and groom it certainly didn’t dampen the affair. (AP Photo/Rebecca Santana)
The couple will exchange vows in the U.K. and Nicola’s native state of Florida, and the photographer’s parents, David and Victoria Beckham, and his three siblings will be a big part of both events.
The insider told The Sun the groom-to-be’s dad will be the master of the ceremonies and mum Victoria will design her future daughter-in-law’s wedding dresses, while Brooklyn’s little sister will be the chief bridesmaid and his brothers, Romeo and Cruz, will serve as best men.
“Brooklyn is incredibly family focused, just like his parents, and the boys are so close,” the source informed the tabloid.
“They are brothers and best mates. Although many assumed David would get the gig (as best man), there was really never any question of who