Ladi6 ties the knot

Ladi6, the New Zealand singer, chose a little island escape over three-hundred guests for her marriage day. The singer, whose real name is Karoline Tamati, tied the knot with her long time partner Brent Park, who is also known as Parks, after twelve years together in a simple wedding ceremony on a Samoan beach.

A leading magazine reported that the pressure of planning a huge wedding was too big for them. This is exactly the reason they went for a simple wedding ceremony. Speaking to the magazine, she told that she wanted this grand celebration, but after that this just turned into lists. All the stress was connected to the wedding, not to them tying the knot, and she questioned what they were doing it for.

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Kimberly Williams-Paisley and Brad Paisley wedding vows in surprise ceremony

Brad Paisley and the love of his life – his wife for the past twelve years Kimberly Williams-Paisley celebrated their twelfth marriage ceremony in a very unique manner.

The country music singer and the Nashville star renewed their marriage vows in a campy surprise wedding ceremony at their close friend’s house earlier this month.
At the 23rd annual US Weekly, Williams-Paisley told that they did a really campy wedding-vow-renewal ceremony at a friend’s house. A Night at Sardi’s gala for the Alzheimer’s Association in Beverly Hills, California on 18th March, Wednesday.

Kimberly sported a lovely marriage gown with some not-so-traditional underwears… pink panties to be exact. She told that one could see her pink panties underneath it. It was either Spanx or pink panties. She further added that it was quite awesome. One of her best friend’s went and bought it for her. It was really a surprise for her and she did not know that they were doing that.

Chito and Neri’s wedding video appears online

The Parokya ni Edgar leadman Chito Miranda and actor Neri Naig’s official wedding video offers a little glimpse of all the fun-filled wedding ceremony took place in Tagaytay City, previous Sunday. The 6 minute video that was unveiled on Thursday by the videographer of the ceremony Nice Print Photography on their YouTube page reveals light moments just before the marriage and even as the couple exchanged wedding vows.

In the marriage video, Neri Naig likened Chito Miranda to a father figure, telling, “Ikaw ang naging tatay ko.” And this got a puzzled reaction from the singer, arousing laughter from audience. Among the top personalities who were there at the wedding ceremony were Miranda’s band members, singers Gary Valenciano, Rico Blanco, Jay Contreras, actresses Bela Padilla, Angel Locsin, Melissa Ricks as well as actor Joross Gamboa.

Man and his friend killed in a crash on his wedding day

Sunday started with full of happiness in the lives of a local couple, but finished in ultimate tragedy when a Galion man lost his life in a one vehicle crash on his marriage day. Andrew M. Bloomfield, 27, Galion, lost his life in the crash hours after taking his wedding vows with Ruth D. Driskill Bloomfield, who was severely wounded in the crash which took place at 4:49 pm, on Sunday in the Antrim Township in Wyandot County.
Twenty six year old Elizabeth M. Shelton, Bucyrus, was declared dead at the spot by the Wyandot County Coroner Joseph Sberna, while Andrew Bloomfield was shifted by medical helicopter in Lima’s St. Rita’s Hospital, where he later lost his life.
Galion’s Driskill Bloomfield, 37, was flown in a medical helicopter to same hospital like her husband. The 2014 Dodge Ram quad cab driver, Timothy N. Tebbe of Nevada, was taken to St. Vincent’s Medical Center, Toledo. On Monday, they were both listed in a critical condition.
As per Wyandot County Sheriff Michael Hetzel, the primary investigation reveals that Tebbe was going to north on Township Highway 135, north of Township Highway 72, when he cast off control of the pickup. The truck ran off the road’s west side and hit an embankment that caused the truck to start to roll. After that, the truck hit a utility pole and rolled many times, coming to rest in a cornfield.

Sunday started with full of happiness in the lives of a local couple, but finished in ultimate tragedy when a Galion man lost his life in a one vehicle crash on his marriage day. Andrew M. Bloomfield, 27, Galion, lost his life in the crash hours after taking his wedding vows with Ruth D. Driskill Bloomfield, who was severely wounded in the crash which took place at 4:49 pm, on Sunday in the Antrim Township in Wyandot County.

Twenty six year old Elizabeth M. Shelton, Bucyrus, was declared dead at the spot by the Wyandot County Coroner Joseph Sberna, while Andrew Bloomfield was shifted by medical helicopter in Lima’s St. Rita’s Hospital, where he later lost his life.

Galion’s Driskill Bloomfield, 37, was flown in a medical helicopter to same hospital like her husband. The 2014 Dodge Ram quad cab driver, Timothy N. Tebbe of Nevada, was taken to St. Vincent’s Medical Center, Toledo. On Monday, they were both listed in a critical condition.

As per Wyandot County Sheriff Michael Hetzel, the primary investigation reveals that Tebbe was going to north on Township Highway 135, north of Township Highway 72, when he cast off control of the pickup. The truck ran off the road’s west side and hit an embankment that caused the truck to start to roll. After that, the truck hit a utility pole and rolled many times, coming to rest in a cornfield.

Torquay pairs unconventional marriage day on television

A Torquay pair would star next week on television when they participate in the popular BBC3 program Don’t Tell the Bride. The show would broadcast on 2nd September, Tuesday, at 9 pm. The episode sees self confessed tattoo freak Adam Butler on a mission to give Dani Cooke, his bride-to-be, an unconventional marriage at a London tattoo convention in front of ten thousand strangers.
Dani Cooke, however, wants is an intimate day with family members and friends in the grounds of a lovely castle in Devon. Don’t Tell the Bride that is now in its 8th series, sees the pair given #12000 to pass on their marriage, but the twist is bridegroom has to organize each aspect of the attire and event, including the marriage dress, and the stag and hen parties, and the pair must spend the 3 weeks apart without any gig.
Meanwhile, a Calgary travelers group is thinking about legal action and they are looking to warn others regarding a destination marriage ceremony that became a nightmare. Brad Laforge as well as seventy other invitees went to Dreams Punta Cana resort in Dominican Republic earlier in May for the wedding of his daughter. The band gave the 5 star resort gush reviews till the night following the wedding. The group members were eating dinner in one of the restaurants when they tell that there was an explosion.

A Torquay pair would star next week on television when they participate in the popular BBC3 program Don’t Tell the Bride. The show would broadcast on 2nd September, Tuesday, at 9 pm. The episode sees self confessed tattoo freak Adam Butler on a mission to give Dani Cooke, his bride-to-be, an unconventional marriage at a London tattoo convention in front of ten thousand strangers.

Dani Cooke, however, wants is an intimate day with family members and friends in the grounds of a lovely castle in Devon. Don’t Tell the Bride that is now in its 8th series, sees the pair given #12000 to pass on their marriage, but the twist is bridegroom has to organize each aspect of the attire and event, including the marriage dress, and the stag and hen parties, and the pair must spend the 3 weeks apart without any gig.

Meanwhile, a Calgary travelers group is thinking about legal action and they are looking to warn others regarding a destination marriage ceremony that became a nightmare. Brad Laforge as well as seventy other invitees went to Dreams Punta Cana resort in Dominican Republic earlier in May for the wedding of his daughter. The band gave the 5 star resort gush reviews till the night following the wedding. The group members were eating dinner in one of the restaurants when they tell that there was an explosion.

More than hundred couples ties the knot in mass wedding in Toronto

Toronto recently saw a mass wedding for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and queer pairs. The tales of love come from all across the world. Now, all of them are bound in the history of Toronto’s marriage. On Thursday, 115 lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and queer pairs were simultaneously tied the knot in a two hundred and thirty person mass marriage ceremony as part of World Pride celebrations in Toronto.
On Toronto’s majestic Casa Loma fields, the grand ceremony started almost like a dull joke – a priest, a Sikh, a rabbi, a Muslim and a Buddhist – all were there. And, the end result is the biggest same-sex marriage ceremony in the history of North America. Those were only half of the cultures and faiths represented by the twelve wedding officiants that also included a non-devotional secularist and a First Nations representative.
Some people who were present there were reminded of all the intolerance and violence directed at the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered communities across the world. Talking about his rainbow colored robe to the ceremony, Rev. John Joseph Mastandrea told that he sported it in solidarity with the places in the world that cannot get married. There were not just hundreds of people inside the tent, there were thousands who gathered outside the tent.
Norm Kelly, Toronto Deputy Mayor, opened the service with welcoming remarks. Norm told that the wedding represents a change in attitude for the city and its residents. This marks the transition between accepting differences to embracing them.

Toronto recently saw a mass wedding for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and queer pairs. The tales of love come from all across the world. Now, all of them are bound in the history of Toronto’s marriage. On Thursday, 115 lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and queer pairs were simultaneously tied the knot in a two hundred and thirty person mass marriage ceremony as part of World Pride celebrations in Toronto.

On Toronto’s majestic Casa Loma fields, the grand ceremony started almost like a dull joke – a priest, a Sikh, a rabbi, a Muslim and a Buddhist – all were there. And, the end result is the biggest same-sex marriage ceremony in the history of North America. Those were only half of the cultures and faiths represented by the twelve wedding officiants that also included a non-devotional secularist and a First Nations representative.

Some people who were present there were reminded of all the intolerance and violence directed at the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered communities across the world. Talking about his rainbow colored robe to the ceremony, Rev. John Joseph Mastandrea told that he sported it in solidarity with the places in the world that cannot get married. There were not just hundreds of people inside the tent, there were thousands who gathered outside the tent.

Norm Kelly, Toronto Deputy Mayor, opened the service with welcoming remarks. Norm told that the wedding represents a change in attitude for the city and its residents. This marks the transition between accepting differences to embracing them.