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
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
Their eight-month-old son Charlie was the guest of honour at the wedding of Jared Marshall, 40 and Gemma Lloyd, 32, in the Barrel Hall at Sirromet Wines by the lagoon at Mt Cotton, southeast of Brisbane, in February.
The Bulimba couple, who met online more than three years ago, opted for a semi-formal/smart-casual dress code for their 60 guests as it was too hot for people to be in their full suits.
Their honeymoon was a relaxing break in Byron Bay at the 28 Degrees hotel.
Gemma: It was at home during a quiet moment while we were getting ready to go out. It was very sweet, he just looked me in the eye and said, “You’re everything to me”.
If you’ve never planned a wedding before, the whole process can feel a bit overwhelming. You might be surprised to learn that even wedding professionals, who have planned and worked on hundreds of weddings, feel the same way when it comes to their own big day. Sure, they may have wedding planning ideas and tricks up their (very experienced) sleeves, but at the end of the day, they’re just brides and grooms like you. While some aspects of their own wedding planning journeys may be easier for vendors, other parts are actually more difficult.
We talked to three recently-married wedding pros—Alexa Infranca of Pure Lavish Events in Tustin, California, Kerri Johnson of Elle Loren & Co. in Richmond, Virginia, and Marisa Suárez-Orozco of Tropic of Flowers in Los Angeles, California—about their planning experiences, and asked them to share the wedding planning ideas and tips
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], October 6 (ANI.NewsVoir): EventTow, the one-stop Android application and website for event management and wedding planning, announced its launch today. With a sharp vision of solving age-old problems of event planning through AI, the company is targeting to change the way people plan their events and weddings.
Using the EventTow app, customers can easily book all their events and wedding needs online. The EventTow app is the first attempt to provide customers seamless booking experience through transparent availability for venues/artists/DJs/makeup artists/salon services/birthdays/caterers, etc. at the best prices. Now, from the comfort of their homes, users can book vendors for different events as easily as they buy products online.
For vendors, EventTow offers year-round opportunities and a superior reach to millennials for events in all categories – from big fat weddings to corporate parties.
EventTow also provides concierge services and helps the customers and corporates to make
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If you had asked me a few years ago if I’d consider eloping, I would have raised an eyebrow in disapproval. While I love the intimate and romantic concept of escaping to say ‘I do,’ my favorite part of weddings has always been the people — the speeches, the dancing, and the events before the big day. But I couldn’t have predicted that 2020 would bring a global pandemic, rocking the wedding industry in its wake. And I also couldn’t have predicted that I would be newly engaged, weighing my options for a 2021 ceremony. Suddenly, eloping with my fiancé sounded much more exciting and alluring than ever
A couple who both have Down’s syndrome shared their dreams for the future after being separated for five months over lockdown.
Olivia Watkins, 27, and Nino Genua, 21, from Bristol, took part in the ‘uplifting’ This Morning to mark Down Syndrome Awareness Month and warmed viewers’ hearts when they revealed how happy they both are in their relationship.
The pair, who met in 2015 when their mothers became friends, were unable to see each other during the height of the pandemic but have now reconnected and have their sights set on moving in together and a wedding one day.
Viewers quickly took to twitter to share their excitement for the ‘adorable’ couple and called their story ‘very uplifting’.