One wedding-related fear many people have is the prospect of a drunk guest grabbing the mic and, through slurred words, asking everyone to take their seats so they can just “say a couple of words,” tripping over the bandleader’s foot in the process and yelling, “Hey, man, watch where you’re going!” before launching into a rambling, incoherent speech about how they and the bride were supposed to be together before the groom came along and stole her. Presumably fewer, if any, have ever worried about a former president of the United States wandering into their reception and giving a toast
Sure, every wedding has that one guest who gets a little too emotional and starts crying and ranting to anyone who will listen about the one that got away. But for one *lucky* couple that got married in Florida last weekend, that emotional partygoer was former president Donald Trump. And the rant was actually a wedding speech about his one that got away: the 2020 election.
At a Mar-a-Lago ceremony in celebration of John and Megan Arrigo’s marriage, Florida Man Donald Trump jumped at the opportunity to rag on Joe Biden’s performance as president. “They’re telling me
Every tattoo has a story, and George Kittle’s wife Claire had a supporting role in his “Dark Knight”-inspired ink.
During an appearance Wednesday on Kyle Brandt’s “10 Questions” podcast, the 49ers tight end spoke about getting a tattoo of the late Heath Ledger’s Joker the night before his 2019 wedding.
“I’m getting married on a Wednesday. I decide that I want this tattoo on the Friday before my wedding. And I get it scheduled through my tattoo artist,” Kittle said. “And I was like, ‘Hey, I’d really like to get this. I’m gonna be gone for awhile after this,
Emmy award–winning TV host and activist Jeannie Mai and Grammy-nominated recording artist, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Jeezy were married in an intimate ceremony at their home in Atlanta on March 27, 2021, one year after their engagement. The couple met when he was a guest on her daytime talk show The Real. “Years later, he asked me out on a date,” Jeannie remembers. “We shared a romantic sushi dinner in Los Angeles and salsa danced the night away. Later that evening, he asked if I could picture spending the rest of my life with him. And crazy enough, I could.”
When Alexandra Macon decided to create a new registry feature for her wedding website, Over The Moon, there was one word that kept coming to mind: timeless. Timeless, to the Vogue contributing editor, doesn’t mean expensive. Nor does it mean only home items bought by your mother, your grandmother, and maybe even your great-grandmother. “It’s brands that should be part of everyone’s life when they try to build a home together with someone,” Macon says. “We feel like that’s a mix of things—everything from niche artisanal items, to tried and true brands, to objects that can be passed
The Onondaga County Health Department now has a signup for weddings and other events that exceed the state’s limit of 50 people at a gathering.
The site explains the testing requirements and the gathering limits the state has already announced it will phase in through April 2.
The current limit, which started Monday, allows the lesser of 75% capacity or 100 guests indoors or 200 people outdoors without testing. Up to 150 people are allowed to gather indoors with testing.
Starting April 2, the state will allow the lesser of 75% capacity or up to 100 people indoors or 200