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September 9th, 2015 by admin

Kevin Hart and Josh Gad are teaming up for The Wedding Ringer this weekend and in honor of the film’s release, we’re raising a glass to the seven best movie weddings of all time. From My Best Friend’s Wedding to The Wedding Singer, and My Big Fat Greek Wedding to Bridesmaids, Hollywood knows just how to cash in on the beautiful chaos that is “the big day.”

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7. The Wedding Planner (2001)
Who can forget Jennifer Lopez as Mary Fiore, the ambitious and successful San Francisco wedding planner who is forced to choose between her career and love when she falls head over heels (literally) for a top client’s groom-to-be (Matthew McCaughney)?

6. 27 Dresses (2008)
“Always a bridesmaids, never a bride.”Truer words have never been spoken when it comes to Katherine Heigl‘s character in this 2008 romantic comedy. Heigl plays an unmarried woman who has hiked up her fair share of poofy dresses, having served as a bridesmaid in 27 different weddings.

5. The Wedding Singer (1998)
This 80s inspired flick about a wedding singer, who falls in love with an event waitress, was the original Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore rom-com. ET was on the set with the two stars back in 1998 where Barrymore gushed about her co-star. “I love it,” she said. “I get to come to work everyday with Adam Sandler and laugh my head off.”

WATCH: Relive Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler’s Best Moments

4. My Best Friend’s Wedding (1998)
Before Runaway Bride, Julia Roberts was making a mad dash for Dermot Mulroney in My Best Friend’s Wedding. Roberts earned a Golden Globe nomination as Julianne Potter, a woman who realizes she’s in love with her longtime friend (Mulroney), just as he’s about to marry another woman (Cameron Diaz). Oh, and she’s the maid of honor. Awkwardddddd.

3. Bridesmaids (2012)
Considered one of the best R-rated comedies in the last decade, this female-driven laugh fest starred Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Rose Byrne, Melissa McCarthy, Ellie Kemper and Wendi McLendon-Covey as the best (worst?) bridal party. The film earned an two Oscar nominations, Best Original Screenplay for Wiig and Annie Mumolo and Best Supporting Actress for McCarthy.

2. Wedding Crashers (2005)
When it comes to mastering the art of crashing a wedding, look no further than Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn. Before there was Ted, 22 Jump Street andThe Hangover, this 2005 comedy held the record for the highest opening for an R-rated film. A huge box-office and critical success, the film also served up hilarious breakthrough performances from Isla Fisher and Bradley Cooper.

1. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)
This wedding romp, based on Nia Vardalos one-woman play about a young Greek woman’s efforts to make her family accept her non-Greek boyfriend, was one of the biggest surprise hits in movie history. Not only did Vardalos score an Oscar nomination for her witty screenplay, but the film still stands as the highest grossing wedding flick of all time.

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Source: http://www.etonline.com/movies/156421_the_7_best_weddings_movies_of_all_time/

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July 8th, 2015 by admin

The wedding we have for you today is a story of destiny.  Seem and Chris grew up inches apart and never knowing each other until fate brought them together.  Pull up the popcorn, this is practically a movie romance.

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According to the photographer, Sunny  Mathur of Photographick Studios, Chris and Seema lived in the same small town, went to the same arcades, restaurants and even shopped at the same mall. Yet they never met.

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They finally met in high school through a mutual friend. And although they met they were simply friends on two different sides of town living two different lives. They went to separate high schools and were moving in two different directions – “Seema wanted to be in the medical profession and Chris was an artist at heart.” As high school started and college followed – they moved in different directions.

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It wasn’t until Chris got a job at the Washington Post and Seema moved to D.C. to take a job at the Georgetown Hospital did they finally reconnect through Facebook. Chris noticed that Seema was moving to DC and offered to show her around D.C., help her find a place to live and answer any questions she may have.

Seema couldn’t refuse such a generous offer and met up with Chris in Dupont Circle the night she moved into the city.  Sparks flew as they instantly connected and well six years later they are getting married.

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Seema and Chris’s wedding took place at the Longview Gallery Wedding in Washington, D.C. where family and friends watched Seema and Chris tie the knot.

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Such a gorgeous wedding and such a gorgeous couple!  Seema and Chris we wish you all the luck ahead (but since the universe seems to be working in your favor, you probably won’t need it).

Wedding Vendors

Wedding Planner: A Sweet Soriee

Wedding Venue: Longview Gallery Wedding

Makeup Artist: Bridal Elegance by Suman Kholsa

Decorator: As U Wish

DJ: Planet DJ’s

Caterer: Spilled Milk

Transportation: Reston Limo

Furniture Rental: AFR Furniture

Security: Massive Entertainment

Photography: Photographick Studios

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July 1st, 2015 by admin

 

  • New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday made use of some newly granted powers to officiate at his first wedding, that of a same sex couple
  • David Contreras Turley exchanged vows with Peter Thiede outside of the historic Stonewall Inn on Sunday 
  • ‘Today is a good day because at the end of the day, love wins today. And any day that love wins is a good day,’ Cuomo said

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday made use of some newly granted powers to officiate at his first wedding, that of a same-sex couple who wed outside a Greenwich Village bar where police harassment of patrons sparked three days of riots in 1969.

David Contreras Turley, who worked as part of the coalition to pass the marriage equality law in New York State, exchanged vows with Peter Thiede, a UBS analyst.

The marriage took place in front of the Stonewall Inn on the day of the annual gay pride march and two days after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage across the country.

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First wedding: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, left, talks with Peter Thiede, center, and David Turley, before officiating at their wedding, his first ever, on Sunday before the Gay Pride March 

First wedding: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, left, talks with Peter Thiede, center, and David Turley, before officiating at their wedding, his first ever, on Sunday before the Gay Pride March

Kiss: David Turley, center, and Peter Thiede, kiss before getting married. The marriage took place on the day of the gay pride march and two days after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage

Kiss: David Turley, center, and Peter Thiede, kiss before getting married. The marriage took place on the day of the gay pride march and two days after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage

New York ceremony: David Turley, left, places a wedding band on his husband Peter Thiede, during their marriage ceremony on Sunday, as Governer Andrew Cuomo officiates 

Ceremony: David Turley, left, places a wedding band on his husband Peter Thiede, during their marriage ceremony, as Governer Andrew Cuomo officiates

‘Today is a good day because at the end of the day, love wins today. And any day that love wins is a good day,’ Cuomo said before asking the couple to join him on stage, adding that he was slightly nervous, since ‘this is my first marriage.’

‘Marriage is an individual choice — I’m not married,’ he said. ‘Equality is not a choice. Equality is a promise.’

State law did not allow Cuomo to officiate at wedding ceremonies until last week. The authority to do so was granted as part of a slew of legislation passed days ago.

 

Tears of joy: Emotional Peter Thiede fights back tears before marrying his love David Turley on Sunday 

Tears of joy: Emotional Peter Thiede fights back tears before marrying his love David Turley on Sunday

David Turley, left, and Peter Thiede, smile after getting married by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday. 

David Turley, left, and Peter Thiede, smile after getting married by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday.

Love and support: David Turley hugs a friend after getting married on Sunday in front of the historic Stonewall Inn in Manhattan 

‘We live in California,’ said Turley’s father Earl Stalder.

‘At 10 o’clock [a.m. Saturday] I was working in my garage and my wife, Yolanda said, “Hey we’re going to New York, because the governor is going to marry David.” By noon we were at the airport.’

Turley told Newsday that the marriage felt even more significant after the Supreme Court’s decision.

‘It’s hard to put feelings into words,’ Turley said.

‘Even though we had gay marriage in New York, this feels different. I feel different.’

Equality:  'Marriage is an individual choice — I’m not married,' New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said as he officiated a gay wedding on Sunday. 'Equality is not a choice. Equality is a promise.'

Official by law: The marriage license for David Turley and Peter Thiede is shown after the couple signed it on Sunday just days after the Supreme Court legalized marriage in the U.S.

Official by law: The marriage license for David Turley and Peter Thiede is shown after the couple signed it on Sunday just days after the Supreme Court legalized marriage in the U.S.

Strong union: Peter Thiede hugs husband David Turley hug after getting married. 'It's hard to put feelings into words,' Turley said. 'Even though we had gay marriage in New York, this feels different. I feel different'

Strong union: Peter Thiede hugs husband David Turley hug after getting married. ‘It’s hard to put feelings into words,’ Turley said. ‘Even though we had gay marriage in New York, this feels different. I feel different’

Prior to the wedding ceremony, attorney Roberta Kaplan spoke to the crowd. Kaplan represented Edie Windsor in the case that saw the court issue a ruling against the federal Defense of Marriage Act.

Cuomo said New York played a role in getting same-sex marriage to the point where it was, by legalizing it in the state in 2011.

‘New York passed marriage equality and people waited to see what happened.’ Cuomo said.

‘And you know what? The sky didn’t fall and the earth didn’t stop spinning and there wasn’t anarchy and good people came together and are sharing their lives.’

Cuomo said that the marriage debate became a channel for bigotry.

‘You had a lot of people who were living in fear for many, many years,’ the governor said after the ceremony.

Victory for love: 'Today is a good day because at the end of the day, love wins today. And any day that love wins is a good day,' Cuomo (pictured at the march) said as he officiated the wedding

Victory for love: ‘Today is a good day because at the end of the day, love wins today. And any day that love wins is a good day,’ Cuomo (pictured at the march) said as he officiated the wedding

‘The marriage issue became a proxy for discrimination.’

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3142427/Love-wins-today-New-York-Governor-officiates-gay-wedding-historic-Stonewall-Inn.html#ixzz3edckQepT

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May 29th, 2015 by admin
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1. Whimsy Farm, Byron Bay

Complete with a love heart-shaped lawn and tall, hedged maze, this is the perfect spot for lovers who want their wedding to feel like a literal, real-life fairytale, straight out of a Little Golden Book.

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2. The Grounds of Alexandria, Sydney

The ultimate location for a low-key, whimsical foodie, The Grounds proves that a farmyard theme can be just as festive as any other.

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3. Merribee, Numbaa

Complete with its own flower nursery, barn and 20 separate garden rooms, this location is a Pinterest-lover’s dream come true.

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4. Fairground Follies, Sydney

For the couple that dream of running away together to join the circus, this carnival hall comes complete with working carousel; an Instagram goldmine that will take every guest back to their childhood. Clowns and side-show freaks optional, and dependent on family expectations.

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5. Carriageworks, Sydney

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Potentially the ~coolest~ location in all of Sydney, this exhibition spot is perfect for lovers of industrial design.

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6. The Hydro Majestic, Blue Mountains

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This historic hotel was made for sunset celebrations.

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7. The University of Sydney

While the dream of tying the knot at Hogwarts might not ever come true, Sydney Uni is here to meet your grand expectations, while you wait for your owl post to arrive.

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8. Thredbo, Kosciuszko National Park

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Maybe you met on the slopes? Maybe you hate the heat? Maybe you want to take that white theme thing to a whole new level? Regardless of your reasoning, a wedding in the snow isn’t going to be easily forgotten.

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9. The Island, Sydney

While hiring a real private island might stretch the wedding budget that little bit too far, this floating version is still pretty damn impressive. Take a water taxi from Watson’s Bay and return to land a married couple.

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10. Kangaroo Valley Bush Retreat

For everyone who agrees that bush beats everything else, this location comes with plenty of room to breathe.

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11. Watson’s Bay Boutique Hotel, Sydney

The prettiest, most Instagram-able place for a wedding by the sea.

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12. Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA), Sydney

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Every creative couples dream – a night in an art gallery. Bonus points for the evening city views.

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13. Bondi Icebergs, Bondi Beach

Bondi beach is iconic. And the perfect place to celebrate.

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14. Fort Denison, Sydney

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Whether you’re a history nerd or just like the idea of being smack bang in the middle of Sydney Harbour when you say your vows, if this place didn’t have so many stories behind it, you’d swear it was built for weddings.

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15. Luna Park, Sydney

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Bright lights, big wedding. Make your 10-year-old self proud.

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16. Hunter Valley Gardens

Straight out of a storybook, these gardens are totally channeling Wonderland – in the best way possible.

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17. Tobruk Sheep Station, Maroota

Whether you’re a country couple at heart – or just want to fake it for the day – this location is only 70 minutes from the Sydney CBD but feels approximately one million miles away.

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18. The Tea Room, Queen Victoria Building Sydney

Oh, you fancy, huh? If you can’t imagine your wedding possibly going ahead without a crystal chandelier – or three – you need to investigate this space in the QVB.

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19. Fig Tree Resturant, Byron Bay

If you’re going to get married under any tree, you might as well make it an ancient fig, overlooking Byron.

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20. Jenolan Caves, Blue Mountains

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Take your wedding literally underground, for something that will most likely be very, very unexpected.

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21. Bush Bank, Kiama Heights

A historic farm-stay with ocean views, this spot on the south coast can suit any theme your heart desires.

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22. Gunners Barracks, Sydney

For sandstone courtyards and city views.

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23. Borrodell Vineyard, Orange

If wine and truffles are your kind of thing, this vineyard will suit you perfectly.

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24. Bells at Killcare, Central Coast

For fans of convenience, this location comes complete with luxury hotel suites and one very celebrated restaurant.

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25. Cupitt’s Winery, Ulladulla

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Pretty all year long, this winery is perfect for anyone who wants equally beautiful food, wine and scenery.

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26. Taronga Zoo, Sydney

Because if anyone’s going to photobomb your wedding shoot, it might as well be a couple of elephants.

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Source: http://www.buzzfeed.com/gyanyankovich/amazing-places-you-can-get-married-in-new-south-wales#.jlN3PZo2w

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