This is a tale of maternal love—in all of its shades of truly obsessive commitment—embodied here by New York mother Lucinda Ballard. This is the tale of a woman who loves her child so much that she searched through a New Jersey garbage dump to recover her daughter’s $4,000 Oscar de la Renta wedding dress. »
The grandson of noted mobster John Gotti was married in one of the most gloriously absurd weddings that maybe did or did not happen the way it has been reported it happened. »
It’s no secret that weddings now often cost more than a French chateau, so it’s understandable that some newlyweds would be annoyed by guests canceling at the last minute. No matter how upset a bride and groom are, however, there’s absolutely no excuse to send absent guests a bill for their dinner. But apparently no… »
Not everyone’s going to love your wedding, but most people have the decency to bad-mouth your ugly flowers, ugly dress, or horrible food politely behind your back, from the safety of their own homes. The internet makes that so difficult, though, especially if you’re a popular beauty blogger who has to produce for her… »
Because they told me several hours into a house party, I can’t remember exactly how I found out two of my best friends from Peace Corps were engaged to each other—but in my mind, now, it sounds like, “I have news. We’re getting married. And the horse at our wedding is going to be the same horse as Taylor Swift’s.” »
Here’s the number one rule at the wedding JoJo is running for her dad: You can’t call her name when she’s walking down the aisle. No, you can’t even call her “princess.” Why? Because she’s going to be busy walking down the aisle and they’re not going to think you’re a good dad. Don’t you know anything?
On Saturday, Girls actor Allison Williams married College Humor founder Ricky Van Veen in an idyllic ranch ceremony in Saratoga, Wyoming. I was not invited for some reason, but as a native of Wyoming, I can tell you some things about her wedding without having actually attended the ceremony. »
Today in “Oh, Lindsay...”: the 29-year-old actress attended a wealthy friend’s Florence wedding where she proceeded to do everything one should not do at a formal affair. Antics ranged from excessive wardrobe changes to unabashed public nudity. »
A Florida couple, who got married in August 1955, celebrate their anniversary each year by eating a piece of their wedding cake. Yes, the very same cake from their special day, 60 years ago.
Can you identify the point at which couples decided that the strength of their love was best reflected by the degree to which they infuriate bystanders? I cannot. »
Being in someone’s wedding is a special privilege. It’s also often a ton of work and includes paying more money than one expected for clothes, bachelorette parties, and other assorted wedding activities. And it’s also frequently time-consuming and an emotional commitment (especially if the bride becomes difficult)… »
During the first GOP debate, which doubled as the first of the Seven Signs of the Apocalypse, Donald Trump bragged about throwing enough money at Hillary Clinton to compel her to forcibly attend his 2005 wedding to third and current wife Melania. Clinton now says that she did go, but like, as a joke. Because she… »
Jennifer Aniston, patron saint of the sad and lonely women who didn’t realize they were sad and lonely because they’re just living their lives and not focused on society’s archaic notions of what a woman needs to be happy, probably got married yesterday. »
In a series on life inside North Korea, NK News has been asking defectors about the customs and traditions they observed before they fled the country. This week, the questions were all about weddings, receptions, and honeymoons. It’s all predictably grim, but also fascinating. And, if you hate bouquet tosses, the good… »
If you’re engaged or soon to be married, you’re already deep in the receiving line for a slew of advice about throwing all in, sticking it out, never giving up, etc. Some of this advice will be good and some will be bad; the only thing you can know for sure is that the advice will be wholly indicative of the giver’s… »
Funeral parlors, places where actual dead bodies are sometimes haphazardly stacked on top of each other in a giant freezer, are branching out from the business of death and working on spending another very important occasion with families: weddings. »