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Wedding Essentials Bride Blogger: Kelsey Stewart |

My friends and I tossed out bachelorette ideas left and right, but nothing really stuck.

I knew I wanted a night to get dolled up and hang out with the girls. But otherwise there were no must-haves.

We mulled over a long weekend in South Dakota or Kansas City. We poked around rentals at local lakes. And considered the option of a day trip to a nearby vineyard.

When the pandemic started upending things, we put a halt to planning.

I was content to have a little get-together after the wedding, and once life got a little more normal, but my friends weren’t hearing it.

We compromised with a backyard happy hour at my maid of honor’s house. It was still a chance to get dolled up — while sticking to a theme, of course — but it let us socialize in a safer setting.

I showed up with the

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7 Common beauty mistakes every millennial bride should avoid before wedding

For all the brides-to-be, the most essential thing is their beauty routine. Right before one or two weeks of the wedding, they need to be extra cautious to keep their skin safe and protected from acne, rashes or any other problems.

But sudden mistakes can ruin their important day. If you don’t want to mess up with your BIG day, then stop making these mistakes.

Beauty mistakes every bride-to-be should stay aware of before their wedding:

Trying a new skincare product

If you have found a nice skincare product, then think twice before applying it on your skin before one week of your wedding. No matter how good it is, it may show reactions on your skin surface as a result you will end up having a red and itchy face or pimple. So, don’t experiment with your skin before the wedding.



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Booking your makeup artist

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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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Moment bride who was born without legs walks down the aisle



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This is the incredible moment a bride who was born with no legs managed to walk down the aisle on her wedding day.

Rosie Babor, who lives in Cebu City, the Philippines, had initially planned to use her wheelchair on her wedding day.

However, Rosie wanted to experience her wedding day like any other bride would and decided to walk herself down the aisle instead. 



a person sitting on a table: On October 5 Rosie Babor, who was born without any legs, walked down the aisle under her own steam to marry Mario Perez


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On October 5 Rosie Babor, who was born without any legs, walked down the aisle under her own steam to marry Mario Perez

On the day of her wedding, on October 5, she ditched her wheelchair to walk down the aisle towards groom Mario Perez using her hips and right hand to move along. 

In her left hand she held onto her bridal bouquet and she wore a customised wedding dress that made

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No dancing, no cocktail hour: St. Louis bride says city told her about restrictions 10 days before wedding

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    ST. LOUIS, MO (KMOV) — Jessica Ly and her fiance, Ryan, are scrambling after they say they learned last week about St. Louis City’s restrictions on dancing, a cocktail hour, and mingling for their wedding, which is happening on Saturday, October 10.

“Being on social media, I could see so many weddings happening that allowed dancing and cocktail hour but mine didn’t,” said Ly. “I was confused as to why am I the only bride that can’t have dancing or a cocktail hour.”

The couple is having their ceremony and reception at the Fox Theater. Ly said she and her wedding planner received an email from the city last week stating: “We have asked venues to restrict dancing, suggesting that the only dancing be traditional bride/groom and parent dances.”

The email also states traditional cocktail parties are not allowed. Instead, the email states:

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Philippines bride born without legs walks down the aisle

  • Rosie Babor, who lives in Cebu City, the Philippines, was born without any legs
  • Said she wanted to experience her wedding day ‘like any other bride’ 
  • Rosie wore a specially made wedding dress that made movement much easier 
  • Used her hips and right hand to move herself along the aisle 
  • The ceremony had reduced numbers but family and close friends still attended

This is the incredible moment a bride who was born with no legs managed to walk down the aisle on her wedding day.

Rosie Babor, who lives in Cebu City, the Philippines, had initially planned to use her wheelchair on her wedding day.

However, Rosie wanted to experience her wedding day like any other bride would and decided to walk herself down the aisle instead. 

On October 5 Rosie Babor, who was born without any legs, walked down the aisle under her own steam to marry Mario Perez
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No dancing, no cocktail hour: St. Louis bride says city told her about restrictions 10 days before wedding | News Headlines

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – Jessica Ly and her fiance, Ryan, are scrambling after they say they learned last week about St. Louis City’s restrictions on dancing, a cocktail hour, and mingling for their wedding, which is happening on Saturday, October 10. 

“Being on social media, I could see so many weddings happening that allowed dancing and cocktail hour but mine didn’t,” said Ly. “I was confused as to why am I the only bride that can’t have dancing or a cocktail hour.”

The couple is having their ceremony and reception at the Fox Theater. Ly said she and her wedding planner received an email from the city last week stating: “We have asked venues to restrict dancing, suggesting that the only dancing be traditional bride/groom and parent dances.”

The email also states traditional cocktail parties are not allowed. Instead, the email states: “We have authorized a seated event with cocktails

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Best For Bride Expands Exciting Wedding Collection with Pre-Owned Dresses – Press Release

Hamilton – October 7, 2020 – Canada-based Best for Bride, a bridal shop that offers some of the most exquisite dresses and fashion-wear options for brides and their retinue under one roof, is now offering consignment and pre-owned wedding dresses in Toronto, Mississauga, Hamilton and Barrie. 

The new collection comprises a diverse selection of second-hand wedding dresses that are in perfect condition. Customers can be assured about the quality of the dresses because Best for Bride only accepts those dresses that are clean and in good condition. At Best for Bride, each dress passes through a quality test before being presented to customers. While searching for a deal at the bridal boutique, customers could even find unused dresses that are out of the original packing with huge discounts! 

The pre-owned dress collection offered by Best for Bride is most suited for those who are cost conscious and prudent about

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The Father of the Bride timeline explained

1991’s Father of the Bride is a movie that takes place over a relatively succinct timeframe, but in telling its story, it also gives viewers lots of clues about the events that happened before the movie that led to the many hijinks and tearjerking moments.

Around 25 years before the action of the film, George and Nina Banks (Steve Martin and Diane Keaton) relocate to San Marino, California. A few years later, they have their daughter, Annie (Kimberly Williams). Around that time, George also buys his one and only tuxedo. Many years later, he tries to wear the tux to Annie’s wedding, but realizes that it no longer fits.

When Annie enters elementary school, the family moves into a house on 24 Maple Drive, where George and Nina still live. When Annie is around ten years old, the family becomes regulars at a local BBQ restaurant called the Steak Pit,

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Bengal lawyer seeks bride who won’t be addicted to social media. ‘He will remain unmarried’, says Twitterati



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Bengal lawyer seeks bride who won’t be addicted to social media. ‘He will remain unmarried’, says Twitterati

A matrimonial advertisement has created quite the buzz on social media for seeking unreasonable qualities in the prospective bride. The matrimonial ad put out by a 37-year-old lawyer from West Bengal mentioned that the bride must not be “addicted to social media.”

Apart from the usual regressive and sexist demands of a “fair, beautiful, tall, and slim bride”, the certain Chatterjee who boasts of practising yoga and being ‘handsome’ and ‘fair’, also wants a bride who will not be a social media addict.

The unusual demand of the prospective groom who claims to be an advocate in the high court caught the eyes of IAS officer Nitin Sangwan, who shared it on social media from his Twitter handle.

Prospective brides/grooms please pay attention.

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