EastEnders’ Danny Dyer wears wedding ring

Thursday , 14, December 2017 Comments Off on

EastEnders’ Danny Dyer wears wedding ring

It’s been reported Danny needed a fling with Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding, leaving his wife ‘humiliated’.

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Does James Bond Own the Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel?Viva Las Vegas Weddings Blog

Tuesday , 12, December 2017 Comments Off on

Does James Bond Own the Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel?Viva Las Vegas Weddings Blog

Chapel co-owner Ron Decar doing PR for Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel If you’ve been married with us at Viva Las Vegas Weddings, then odds are you’ve run into Ron (sometimes as Elvis or Dracula) or Jamie (wedding coordinator extraordinaire). Running around the area you might never suspect they’re our owners! Both perform multiple “functions” in most of the weddings created here. Plus, they manage and supervise world-class wedding receptions and reveals at the adjacent Ron Decar’s Event Center. (We are pretty certain they never sleep.) Both Ron and Jamie came in entertainment backgrounds. Ron as a lead singer in the Las Vegas Strip, and Jamie as a professional ice skater and after a priest in Las Vegas production shows. This makes great sense that when Ron found himself moonlighting as Elvis at Strip wedding chapels, he decided to team up with Jamie to make Viva Las Vegas Weddings. When a historic chapel became available right

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4 weddings, 85 years This 1932 wedding dress has been through — Orange County Register

Sunday , 10, December 2017 Comments Off on

4 weddings, 85 years This 1932 wedding dress has been through — Orange County Register

  • Anita Prietto, Marta Prietto O’Hara, Elena Salinas and Pilar O’Hara Kassouf with the dress that ties them all together. Four generations of the same family have worn the same wedding dress since 1932. (Photo by John McCoy, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

    Anita Prietto, Elena Salinas Marta Prietto O’Hara and Pilar O’Hara Kassouf. Four generations of the exact same family have worn out the wedding dress since 1932. (Photo by John McCoy, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • A wedding dress made in 1932 has been handed down through five generations of the same family. (Photo courtesy of Marta O’Hara)

    A wedding dress made in 1932 was handed down through several generations of the exact same family. (Photo courtesy of Marta O’Hara)

  • A wedding dress made in 1932 has been handed down through five generations of the same family. (Photo courtesy of Marta O’Hara)

    A wedding dress made in 1932 was handed down through several generations of the exact same family. (Photo courtesy of Marta O’Hara)

  • A wedding dress made in 1932 has been handed down through five generations of the same family. (Photo courtesy of Marta O’Hara)

    A wedding dress made in 1932 was handed down through several generations of the exact same family. (Photo courtesy of Marta O’Hara)

  • A wedding dress made in 1932 has been handed down through five generations of the same family. (Photo courtesy of Marta O’Hara)

    A wedding dress made in 1932 was handed down through several generations of the exact same family. (Photo courtesy of Marta O’Hara)

  • A wedding dress made in 1932 has been handed down through five generations of the same family. (Photo courtesy of Marta O’Hara)

    A wedding dress made in 1932 was handed down through several generations of the exact same family. (Photo courtesy of Marta O’Hara)

  • Elena Salinas, Pilar O’Hara Kassouf, Marta Prietto O’Hara and Anita Prietto with the dress that ties them all together. Four generations of the same family have worn the same wedding dress since 1932. Los Angeles, CA 10/11/2017 (Photo by John McCoy, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

    Elena Salinas Marta Prietto O’Hara along with Anita Prietto . Four generations of the exact same family have worn out the wedding dress since 1932. Los Angeles, CA 10/11/2017 (Photo by John McCoy, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • A wedding dress made in 1932 has been handed down through five generations of the same family. (Photo courtesy of Marta O’Hara)

    A wedding dress made in 1932 was handed down through several generations of the exact same family. (Photo courtesy of Marta O’Hara)

  • Pilar O’Hara Kassouf and Marta Prietto O’Hara with the dress that ties them together. Four generations of the same family have worn the same wedding dress since 1932. Los Angeles, CA 10/11/2017 (Photo by John McCoy, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

    Pilar O’Hara Kassouf and Marta Prietto O’Hara with all the dress that ties them together. Four generations of the exact same family have worn out the wedding dress since 1932. Los Angeles, CA 10/11/2017 (Photo by John McCoy, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

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What’s the magic inside this fine silk handmade wedding dress?

They tell the story among the Priettos the Morenos, the O’Haras, the Salinases along with also the Kassoufs  — all branches around the Exact Same mostly family tree. For almost 100 decades, the girls in their family have handed a tiny lace, added beads, gussets and trimmed the rail. For years, the dress sat wrinkled in a box, like waiting for someone to bring it to life.

It’s been stolen. Twice. And returned each time using an apology. It’s hugged and danced and swayed and toasted and been carefully removed, only to be put back into the box to wait as it was first worn in Los Angeles on June 18, 1932.

The dress is white, however, the descendants of Maria Teresa Moreno, who they called “Grande,” swear they see colors sparkling in the dress.

The existence of Grande is felt by them.

And when she could be here to see they would be told two things concerning the dress by Grande.

To begin with was divorced.

And next, the power of this dress is not the dress in any respect. The potency in that dress is family.

Maria and Manuel

She wasn’t yet Grande when she came to Los Angeles from Mexico. But she was somewhat scandalous.

She was one of six siblings, Maria. Her family had lived through the Revolution. Maria’s father stayed behind the family of hometown, in Guaymas when they came north.

Maria got a job sewing coats at a mill in Los Angeles. She was a whiz with thread and a needle.

When Maria fell in love with a elderly 13, the scandalous part happened. Too old, too idle wealthy, her mother said. Maria was sent away to keep her away from the wealthy guy.

A younger guy named Manuel Moreno while in Mazatlan, she got letters from another guy.

Manuel was awaiting her after Maria came back to Los Angeles. He was a cartoonist, who had learned his craft.

And he was great. Really great.

He got a job working for Universal Pictures whenever the studio started producing films featuring Oswald. Manuel has been an animator on 96 short films and television shows including “The Woody Woodpecker Show,”“Goldilocks and the Three Bears” and heaps with Oswald.

Manuel Moreno’s cartoon work is archived at Stanford University.

“As a secretary, he was a clown in a good manner,” said Marta Prietto O’Hara. “He was creative and dumb. With my grandmother, he was a very considerable guy.”

At a department store window watched a wedding dress back in 1932. She moved. She wanted to earn a dress that looked like it could be worn by a film star.

Maria produced the dress with thick silk (“It felt like butter,” Marta said) using a 10-foot train.

After Manuel and Maria were married in 1932, the dress sat at a cardboard box.

They had four kids — 2 girls and two boys.

Their daughter Anita tried before her wedding on the dress. Once she wed Pablo Prietto at 1957, she chose to not put on it.

“It swam on me,” Anita said.

She put the dress back into the box, and back into the cupboard. Actually the seamstress, Maria, made Anita another wedding dress. Anita was proud of that dress that she kept it in a particular container, such as an heirloom.

In 1964, Pablo and Anita, who was an orthopedic surgeon, moved to Tustin. They had seven children. Although, as time would tell, she did not always do a fantastic job Anita became the keeper of her mother dresses.

In 1966, Anita guessed of yanking baby clothing her housekeeper. She found the infant clothes and snooped through the housekeeper’s bags.

And Grande’s dress.

She was fired by Anita .

In 1970, it occurred. Some money turned up missing from the Prietto home. She found the money, when Anita went via the new housekeeper’s possessions.

And Grande’s dress.

“Somebody else would have called the authorities,” Anita said.

She wanted back that dress again.

Marta along with Kevin

Marta had met Kevin O’Hara when they were at the fourth grade at St. Cecilia at Tustin. They did not date till they were equally at Mater Dei High School. This was 1977.

“I had been waiting for him to ask me out,” Marta said. “So I asked him out.”

She said he was bright and silent. While Marta became a social worker and later a teacher, he’d later come to be an attorney.

They had been at a wedding in 1980 when Kevin said, like he was commenting about the weather, “We should get married.”

That was all she wanted to hear.

In the planning stages of Marta’s wedding, Anita took out the dress that she wore in 1957. They discovered Anita’s dress, although it had been kept, had been stained and destroyed.

When Marta learned there was another dress, the dress of Grande that is.

“I had never noticed this dress before,” Marta said. “I was obsessed with this dress. It’s me. It’s brilliant without being uncontrollable. You can not take your eyes away from the dress.”

On May 14, 1983, at St. Cecilia Church in Tustin, Marta wore Grande’s dress, which hadn’t been to a wedding in 51 decades. She included a few beads and some lace. She cut 4 feet outside the train.

Anita showed up at the Saddleback Hotel, at which Kevin and Marta had spent their wedding night, to collect the dress the morning after.

“I did not want anything to happen to it,” Anita said. “It just sat there, wrinkled.”

Waiting.

Elena along with Ric

Marta sister, Elena decided to get married after a long, long courtship.

She’d fallen in love with a. He later appeared in the movies “Larry Crowne” with Tom Hanks and “Encino Man” with Brendan Fraser.

Grande did not like him since he hadn’t asked Elena to wed him.

The time Grande confronted Ric was recalled by Marta. “In case you don’t wish to marry her, then leave her alone,” Grande said.

“He’s the best guy,” Marta said.

On Nov. 1, Nov. 1997, both Elena and Ric were eventually married at St. Teresa of Avila Church at Silverlake.

Elena wore a headpiece she found at a store. But more significant, the dress of Grande was worn by her.

Then Anita gathered it and place it back into the cupboard.

Marta remembers her grandmother’s last days.

“I told her she’d soon be with my mother,” Marta said.

“I really don’t understand why I’m still here,” Grande said.

“Since we still need you,” Marta said.

Grande expired at the age of 98 in 2009.

Pilar along with Nick

The dress reappeared 20 years after Elena’s wedding day.

Marta’s daughter, Pilar had been a waitress at The Fish House Market & Grill at Orange. Nick Kassouf, part owner of TruBru, a natural coffee house next door, came to the restaurant and a courtship started.

When he decided to propose, he took her to Seattle. He was going to pop up the question however they missed the ferry. He then planned to ask her however they did not have a booking. He took her to a park, but the park was crowded with high school kids taking prom photos.

Eventually, Nick suggested to Pilar at the Waterfront Grill in Seattle.

After that long day, “This was the great romantic supper,” Pilar said.

The wedding was set for September of 2017.

“I knew we all had a family dress,” Pilar said. “We opened up the box and it felt so luscious. I tried it on, and it felt like it was supposed to be. Once I tried it on, I knew I was going to put on it.”

She’d the switches. She noticed stains beneath the arms, so she had gussets added.

On Sept. 23, Pilar and Nick were married at St. John Maron Church at Orange.

Anita place it in storage and picked the dress up. She said she is afraid to wash clean it.

So that the dress waits.

It might be another decade until the dress of Grande is back into a church.

Daisy and Lola Salinas, Elena’s girls, have both put claims into wear it.

They’re 16 and 15 years old.

Katie Price marriage Worries Behave Because the Loose Women Celebrity poses with No wedding ring

Sunday , 10, December 2017 Comments Off on

Katie Price marriage Worries Behave Because the Loose Women Celebrity poses with No wedding ring

Katie and husband Kieran Hayler have got their Lovers worried

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Mumsnet User Slammed For Smuggling Booze Into Wedding Reception To Save Money: Mumsnet Thread On Alcohol At Weddings

Friday , 8, December 2017 Comments Off on

Mumsnet User Slammed For Smuggling Booze Into Wedding Reception To Save Money: Mumsnet Thread On Alcohol At Weddings

One Mumsnet user has sparked a debate about whether it is OK to inject your own booze to some wedding – but what do you believe?

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Wednesday , 6, December 2017 Comments Off on

Function upTo Out Of Scope

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