Wedding haka goes viral

A wedding haka has brought a bride to tears and it forced her husband to leave his blazer and join his wife. The haka video at Benjamin and Aaliyah Armstrong’s marriage reception has been seen over 200000 times on the Facebook page named I’m Proud to be Tongan.

The video clip shows a huge group of wedding invitees performing the haka dance in front of the newly married couple. Mrs Armstrong breaks into tears early on, and after that her husband Benjamin took off his jacket and joins in. The video ends with the newlyweds embracing the guests who danced haka.

Mary-Kate Olsen is finally married

Michelle Tanner is now Mrs. Michelle Tanner – well, officially. Newest reports suggest that 29 year old Mary Kate-Olsen, the founder of fashion labels – The Row as well as Elizabeth and James, tied the knot with former Full House star, 46-year-old, Olivier Sarkozy.

Mary has been dating the French banker, for the past three years. They took their wedding vows last night. The brave bride made her wedding plans a day after Thanksgiving. However, that did not stop Mary-Kate from gathering fifty of her most cozy friends for an old-time ceremony.

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Splash And Loverly collaborate to offer wedding websites

These days, brides are asking for a lot. Social mediums has come a very long way, offering wedding planners as well as brides more control on the whole experience of their marriage ceremony, from booking to planning vendors to asking invitees of the wedding’s Instagram hashtag.

Now, Splash and Loverly are collaborating to take all that experience to another level, bringing in marriage websites. Now, as it stands, Loverly offers a commerce stage for brides (pepped up by the Pinterest layout) that allows brides filter content by category, color as well as other things and get things all settled for the wedding day. On the other hand, Splash has spent the last few years giving free event sites for customers, with a paid enterprise edition for customer clients.

With the collaboration, the two sites would push probable brides to a marriage site creator, where they would be able to put up marriage information, take food orders, RSVPs, as well as share the story of the couple. After the marriage, the platform pulls in Instagram snapshots from a particular hashtag so that the pair as well as guests can peruse all snaps from the event in one place.

The Modern Wedding Masterpiece

Today’s weddings are totally focused on themes, allowing the event to bloom in beauty and potential. All over the globe, people are embracing themed weddings in order to put their own special touch on the ideas that naturally come with traditional ceremonies.

From “shabby chic” to “red carpet events,” there are very few limits when it comes to using a theme to craft every element of your ceremony and celebrations. Below, you will find some of the most popular themes of toady and how they can be integrated into the most momentous occasion in your life.

Couple’s marriage video goes viral on the net

Shanna Lockhart and Bobby Lockhart knew that the surprise grotesque act they planned for their marriage day could be a hit with their invitees. But they did not expect that it would be an internet hit. The December 13 wedding video of the Lubbock couple went viral on the net, after they hired a Youtube star as their ring bearer.

Bobby told that they did not intend for the video to go viral. But this was not their intention. It was just a joke planned for the guests. In video, one can see the groom hazarding to look madly for the wedding rings. It appears no one in the party knows where the bands are. But all of a sudden, enters their own Superman with rings to save the day.

Spending more on wedding day increases chances of divorce, study

If you are serving hamburgers or hot-dogs and beer at your wedding reception – then worry not; there is a great possibility that your marriage would have the last laugh. A brand new research found that people who spend less money on their marriage ceremony tend to have longer lasting marriages compared to those who do it in a lavish way. The research, by 2 economics professors at the Emory University, saw a same type of correlation between lower divorce rates and less expensive engagement rings.
The authors of the study did not examine why. But they expressed few theories. Professor Hugo M. Mialon, the co-author of the research along with Andrew M. Francis, told that it could be that the type of couples who have a low budget wedding and who are a perfect match for each other. Or it could be that having an inexpensive wedding relieves young couples of financial burdens that might strain their wedding.
The study was based on a elaborated survey done 3151 adults in US who are, or have been, wedding. The researchers believe theirs is the very first academic study to examine the correlation between wedding expenses and the length of marriages.
The study, specifically, saw t hat women whose wedding ceremony and reception cost over US$ 20000 divorced at a rate around 1.6 times higher compared to those whose wedding cost between US$ 5000 and US$ 10000.

If you are serving hamburgers or hot-dogs and beer at your wedding reception – then worry not; there is a great possibility that your marriage would have the last laugh. A brand new research found that people who spend less money on their marriage ceremony tend to have longer lasting marriages compared to those who do it in a lavish way. The research, by 2 economics professors at the Emory University, saw a same type of correlation between lower divorce rates and less expensive engagement rings.

The authors of the study did not examine why. But they expressed few theories. Professor Hugo M. Mialon, the co-author of the research along with Andrew M. Francis, told that it could be that the type of couples who have a low budget wedding and who are a perfect match for each other. Or it could be that having an inexpensive wedding relieves young couples of financial burdens that might strain their wedding.

The study was based on a elaborated survey done 3151 adults in US who are, or have been, wedding. The researchers believe theirs is the very first academic study to examine the correlation between wedding expenses and the length of marriages.

The study, specifically, saw t hat women whose wedding ceremony and reception cost over US$ 20000 divorced at a rate around 1.6 times higher compared to those whose wedding cost between US$ 5000 and US$ 10000.