08
Sep 14

[JUNOMOVIE] WEDDING MAKE UP – 주노무비 웨딩영상

Wedding Fashion Video clip Score: 5 / five


02
Sep 14

A ‘flooded’ wedding in Barnsley

There is at least one guest at every wedding ceremony whose behavior actually threatens to ruin the whole day. But when the ‘guest’ appears to be the tail end of a Caribbean storm, asking them to leave the place might prove very tough.
Newly married couple Richard Owen, 34, and Katy Lomas, 28, had to deal with the last pant of Hurricane Bertha as the couple walked down the aisle earlier on Saturday. The rain drowned out the pair’s voices as they exchanged wedding vows, and erupt by the roof, flooding the properly prepared place as guests clambered to stay dry.
When the marriage party shifted to a £6000 tepee outside, the lovely pair found it standing in a foot of floodwater. But instead of droop in the rain, the pair as well as their friends as well as their family members came in to save the day for them from soggy disaster. With the help of Wentworth Castle staff in Barnsley, the whole marriage ceremony and reception was shifted back inside the wedding venue.
Even the wedding cake as well as the whole bar was shifted from one room, through the downpouring rain, back into the castle. Rearranging for over an hour, Katy’s dad went up for the 1st pint of beer at the newly-made bar that was met with a huge cheer from the invitees.
The drenched pair, from Sheffield, finished the night dancing bare foot in the midst of rain, encircled by their loved ones. The couple is now on their honeymoon. Richard, who is a primary school teacher, told that their wedding did not go according to the plan, but they made the best of it.

There is at least one guest at every wedding ceremony whose behavior actually threatens to ruin the whole day. But when the ‘guest’ appears to be the tail end of a Caribbean storm, asking them to leave the place might prove very tough.

Newly married couple Richard Owen, 34, and Katy Lomas, 28, had to deal with the last pant of Hurricane Bertha as the couple walked down the aisle earlier on Saturday. The rain drowned out the pair’s voices as they exchanged wedding vows, and erupt by the roof, flooding the properly prepared place as guests clambered to stay dry.

When the marriage party shifted to a £6000 tepee outside, the lovely pair found it standing in a foot of floodwater. But instead of droop in the rain, the pair as well as their friends as well as their family members came in to save the day for them from soggy disaster. With the help of Wentworth Castle staff in Barnsley, the whole marriage ceremony and reception was shifted back inside the wedding venue.

Even the wedding cake as well as the whole bar was shifted from one room, through the downpouring rain, back into the castle. Rearranging for over an hour, Katy’s dad went up for the 1st pint of beer at the newly-made bar that was met with a huge cheer from the invitees.

The drenched pair, from Sheffield, finished the night dancing bare foot in the midst of rain, encircled by their loved ones. The couple is now on their honeymoon. Richard, who is a primary school teacher, told that their wedding did not go according to the plan, but they made the best of it.


11
Aug 14

Kumud Saraswatichandra Jennifer Winget Wedding Make Up Tutorial

Wedding ceremony Type Video clip Ranking: four / five


13
Jul 14

[Twinkle Lady Wedding] Make Up by Jason Nguyễn

Marriage ceremony Style Online video Ranking: five / 5


07
Jul 14

Jill Duggar of 19 Kids And Counting marries Derick Dillard

When you are one of nineteen kids keeping numbers down at your marriage ceremony is never going to be very easy. Certainly, Jill Duggar did not hold back, as she got married to her lover Derick Dillard earlier on Saturday.
People stated that the pair had tied the knot in front of a one thousand strong faithful in their hometown in Springdale, Arkansas. The twenty three year old bride is the daughter of Michelle and Jim Bob whose family was a part of the reality show 19 Kids And Counting.
As the whole family is highly religious, the marriage was a greater day than most for a couple, as when finally they were pronounced husband and wife, the couple got to share their very first kiss. Speaking to a leading magazine, Jill told that he believes that it is safer and makes it more special to wait to kiss till your marriage day. He added that to save the physical side of your wedding for your wedding day and not going further than you should  they wanted to have no regrets.
Sporting a lace edged veil as well as full lace attire, the bride was full of smiles as she met her twenty five year old groom at Cross Churchs alter. With such a huge family, not all of her brothers and sisters could be a part of the party.

When you are one of nineteen kids keeping numbers down at your marriage ceremony is never going to be very easy. Certainly, Jill Duggar did not hold back, as she got married to her lover Derick Dillard earlier on Saturday.

People stated that the pair had tied the knot in front of a one thousand strong faithful in their hometown in Springdale, Arkansas. The twenty three year old bride is the daughter of Michelle and Jim Bob whose family was a part of the reality show 19 Kids And Counting.

As the whole family is highly religious, the marriage was a greater day than most for a couple, as when finally they were pronounced husband and wife, the couple got to share their very first kiss. Speaking to a leading magazine – Stockport Wedding – Jill told that he believes that it is safer and makes it more special to wait to kiss till your marriage day. He added that to save the physical side of your wedding for your wedding day and not going further than you should  they wanted to have no regrets.

Sporting a lace edged veil as well as full lace attire, the bride was full of smiles as she met her twenty five year old groom at Cross Churchs alter. With such a huge family, not all of her brothers and sisters could be a part of the party.


16
Jun 14

Derelict chapel all set to be a wedding venue

An abandoned building located in Lye is all set to turn into a wedding venue after it got a green signal from the planning chiefs. The Grade II chapel would now be restored and would arrange a register office for civil ceremonies. It follows the nineteenth century house being sold to West Midlands Historic Buildings Trust. Lye and Wollescote Chapel is set to become the 2nd registration office in this borough after Dudley Council announced the sale of the house to the charity.
This non-profit house would use a £1 million Heritage fund to restore the place. The place has not been in use since the year 1993 but it would be open by 2015’s April and this is a rare surviving example of a cemetery chapel. The building would eventually be leased to Dudley Council as a registration office for marriages, civil partnership ceremonies, wedding vow renewals, naming ceremonies as well as citizenship ceremonies.
Dudley Council assistant director of culture and leisure Duncan Lowndes told that the current building is derelict and unusable. He is very happy that they have found a great way to bring this stunning landmark building back for public use with a little cost to the public purse. This would let the council to offer a stunning and unique ceremony venue in the south of the borough, and also keeping a slice of local history.
The West Midlands Historic Buildings Trust chairman Bob Tolley told that the important thing is that we will not just preserve, but conserve this amazing building and put it to a sustainable new use.

An abandoned building located in Lye is all set to turn into a wedding venue after it got a green signal from the planning chiefs. The Grade II chapel would now be restored and would arrange a register office for civil ceremonies. It follows the nineteenth century house being sold to West Midlands Historic Buildings Trust. Lye and Wollescote Chapel is set to become the 2nd registration office in this borough after Dudley Council announced the sale of the house to the charity.

This non-profit house would use a £1 million Heritage fund to restore the place. The place has not been in use since the year 1993 but it would be open by 2015’s April and this is a rare surviving example of a cemetery chapel. The building would eventually be leased to Dudley Council as a registration office for marriages, civil partnership ceremonies, wedding vow renewals, naming ceremonies as well as citizenship ceremonies.

Dudley Council assistant director of culture and leisure Duncan Lowndes told that the current building is derelict and unusable. He is very happy that they have found a great way to bring this stunning landmark building back for public use with a little cost to the public purse. This would let the council to offer a stunning and unique ceremony venue in the south of the borough, and also keeping a slice of local history.

The West Midlands Historic Buildings Trust chairman Bob Tolley told that the important thing is that we will not just preserve, but conserve this amazing building and put it to a sustainable new use.


15
Jun 14

Y&YW Bridal Beauty School: modern ponytail wedding hair

Wedding ceremony Fashion Movie Ranking: 5 / five


18
May 14

Wedding Make Up with Lucia! Tina’s Make Up & Nails

Wedding Type Video clip Ranking: five / 5

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