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After news broke that a Tennessee bride had altered her wedding dress to accommodate her infant child being dragged down the aisle behind her, Shona Carter-Brooks defended her sartorial choice, explaining that her "1 month old was awake and well secured on my train."
Great news if you're looking to plan the trendiest wedding of all time: The Knot has just released a list of "top trends" for the year. And apparently, 90s nostalgia is going to unleash a flood of—brace yourselves, ladies—crop-top wedding dresses.
Can we please stop sending little girls the message that their wedding is the most important moment of their life because they get to be a fairytale princess for a day?
In Mandarin, the words for "January 4th, 2013" are pronounced a lot like the phrase "I will love you all my life," and so, logically, that means that January 4th is a lucky day to get married in China, kind of like how March 4th of every year is a lucky day to join the Army or leave your spouse in the middle of the…
Brides participate in a race in central Belgrade, Serbia, Sunday, July 22, 2012. The winner and two runners-up of the Bridal Race, organized by a local magazine, receive numerous awards, including the wedding gown they had chosen to race in. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
Laxmi Sargara, an 18-year-old girl from India who was entered into an arranged marriage when she was just a year old, made the brave decision to fight against her forced union, and now she's won an annulment. While child marriages are technically illegal in India, many families in rural communities still engage in…
Elaine Davidson, who has about 6,925 piercings, was wed in Edinburgh, Scotland, on Wednesday. Ms. Davidson was born in Brazil and is a former nurse who does not drink or use drugs. When she was examined by a Guinness World Record official in May 2000, she had 462 piercings, 192 of which were in her face.
In Midweek Madness, we learned that Nicole Richie was allegedly demanding $100,000 for her wedding pictures. We also learned that neither Ok! nor Star, In Touch, Life & Style or Us purchased them. Enter German tabloid In magazine!