July 7th, 2014
Bride to be Donna Thompson has set a marriage date. She also has the love of her life and also a ring, but she does not have a place to arrange her wedding. She got a call yesterday and it was very disturbing. Thompson stated that the phone call she received was from Victor Morris, the man behind Four Seasons Banquet Hall in Norristown.
He called her and said that they have shot down. Therefore, she would not be able to cater her wedding ceremony. They have shut the building; they have got a court notice on the front door. Morris has been sued by the landlord and the court has ordered them to close.
A whole lot of brides were planning to hold the wedding ceremony here. Donna stated that she had already handed Morris a deposit check of US$ 1000 and he has not got it back. Morris told her that they would return the money, but it would take a few weeks. She told that she need her deposit down so that she could go somewhere else.
According to reports, the landlord of the property Rudolph Digiacomo told that he owns this real estate that Morris rented from him, he was way back on his rent for a long time. He worked with him. He did everything he could to keep him there. But he did not pay his rent and kept going back and back. It is a lot of money so he had to evict him. Morris reportedly owe him more than US$ 36000 money.
June 16th, 2014
Adam Scott, golf’s glamour boy, secretly got married with his girlfriend in Bahama. The Aussie golfer tied the knot with Marie Kojzar, Swedish architect, on 17th April, 4 days after The Masters tournament. According to reports, Scott reportedly told that it is official. He is now a settled down man. He is very happy. He added that it was just his family family and a few friends. Obviously there are a lot of people they would have liked to have had there who were not but. They decided that they would keep the whole affair low key.
In fact, the pair decided to skip their engagement and get married without the hubbub of a society wedding. Marie, 32, donned a simple dress, and Adam Scott, 33, donned a suit with bow tie. The 2013 Masters champ told that they just decided to get on with it. They have known each other for a long time. They thought that it was time to go and jump right in the deep end.
The wedding took place in the back yard. Adam told that Marie does not require a traditional dress to look beautiful. It was more about not building it up into something too big that might have gotten out of hand but it was a fun event for everyone who was there and hopefully they would have fun celebrating with other friends when they catch up with them.
April 1st, 2014
Chagrin Falls could be a hot spot destination for wedding ceremonies this summer along with brand new renovation programs forming for Township Hall. Chagrin Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Friends of Chagrin Falls Township Hall are cooperating to raise US$ 225000.
The 2 establishments are devoted to make the hall a perfect place for business events and wedding ceremonies in expectations of helping the local economy. The Chagrin Valley Chamber of Commerce’s executive director Molly Gebler stated that the chamber invariably gets calls for info on wedding places in the Chagrin Falls.
January 21st, 2014
This afternoon, David Bain has tied t he knot with Liz Davies in Christchurch, New Zealand. The wedding ceremony took place outdoors at Trents Vineyard; this is a marriage venue near Prebbleton.
Aerial video showed that guests were seated on white colored chairs, along with red carpet laid near aisle, in a clearing among woods. The bride came in a limousine at the wedding venue when it was around 3 pm. She had been spotted leaving her parents house in another car before 2 pm, the time when David came at the wedding venue.
Forty one year old Bain drove his own red Toyota Surf along with a horse shoe on front to vineyard. He was sporting a crisp white colored shirt, a yellow tie as well as cufflinks.
Liz Davies sported a white wedding dress, along with a tiara, a full veil and a train. Earlier this morning, long time supporter Joe Karam said Fairfax Media that he was in Christchurch for t he wedding ceremony.
Karam stated that this is a lovely day and everyone is looking forward to this. He h ad talked to David who was very excited regarding the wedding ceremony. Like any normal groom, there is a bit of knee bobbling. You get a bit nervous on the day.
Both Davies and Bain had turned down hot magazine deals, favoring to keep this occasion private. Karam told that women’s magazines all contacted for exclusive rights.
November 6th, 2013
The place of the civil marriage ceremony for John Poole and Stacy Alan was the choice of the groom. His discernment for art as well as the pair’s desire for an exchange of vows are what guided the, to Gallery 240 inside Chicago’s Art Institute over the weekend.
There were no requests or gallery reservations for permission essayed from museum officials. The ceremony on Saturday was what their buddies called as a 3 minute long guerrilla marriage ceremony inside of a space of the forty three year old playwright thinks sacred.
Poole, who is a museum’s member since he moved from Texas to Chicago around 2 years ago, told that this is kind of his church. He added that the painting bewitched him from the very first time he watched it. Therefore, when Alan decided she needed to have a separated religious and civil ceremony for the marriage, he told that it did not take him long time to select to position for civil service.
Poole stated how under the radar wedding ceremony stretched out – Around twenty of the pair’s closest family members and friends met outside Michigan Avenue museum when it started its operation on Saturday so that they could get in, and perform the whole ceremony distract and discreetly as few sponsors as possible.
The ceremony was officiant was Rev. Robert Smith, who is an ex colleague of Alan. He entered first and he went directly to Medieval to Modern European Painting and Sculpture exhibit.
September 20th, 2013
Jim Kersten and Lindsey Kersten’s marriage on Sunday was like any other wedding. The weather was threating to move the wedding ceremony that happened on the steps of the City Hall.
Their wedding could have been at any place, but guests would be able to tell that they attended a wedding ceremony at the Worcester Public Library. The library officials expected that this is the sign that the place could be utilized for alternative uses.