John Stamos’ wishes Mary-Kate Olsen on her wedding to Olivier Sarkozy

John Stamos is posting his best wishes to Mary-Kate Olsen, his former Full House co-actor, and to her new husband, Olivier Sarkozy. Over the weekend 46 year old Sarkozy got married to 29 year old Olsen at a private residence in New York City in front of their close friends.
Stamos, did not attend the wedding ceremony, but he congratulated the newly married couple with a cute throwback picture from their Full House days, featuring the Olsen twins. The image came with the caption: “In the blink of an eye.” Congrats MK. X”
John is rebooting “Full House” for Netflix, but it is expected that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen would not be a part of that.
Frenchman Sarkozy is a banker by profession. His half-brother is Nicolas Sarkozy is the former President of France. He has 2 children with his former wife, Charlotte Bernard, who is a children’s book author and fashion writer. They were married for around fourteen before parting ways in 2010.
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Burger-King wedding become a great story

Newspapers are buzzing with this news – well, this is the wedding of Joel Burger and Ashley King. The wedding will be fully paid by Burger King, the fast food chain.

The restaurant chain will also be offering gifts, reported the State-Journal Register. There is no suggestion if that would also include gift certificates, fries on the side or a Big King a day for life.

The two people have known each other quite well since the kindergarten days in New Berlin, Ill., said the State Journal-Register says. A couple of days later, the duo were known as Burger-King among their friends.

Still, it took many years for things to greatly sizzle. According to reports, Joel Burger told that he did not asked her out until going into freshman year of college, but they had talked all through junior as well as senior years in high schools. He would have called that dating. That is what he would have called it anyway. Read more »

Lance Bass and Michael Turchin attends mass wedding in Florida

He took vows to tie the knot with Michael Turchin in December before gay and lesbian marriage became legal in Florida. Now, Lance and his 28 year old hubby were on hand to relish the legalization of same sex wedding in South Eastern state when they became a part of the Live Is Love mass marriage ceremony in Fort Lauderdale earlier on Wednesday.

The thirty five year old former N Sync singer as well as his partner were in attendance to see around seventy-five straight and gay marriage taking place to commemorate Florida’s 6th January legalization of the unions as Michael Turchin grew up in the state.

There were no doubts that the newly married couples were more than happy o be present at the ceremony as they posed for snaps together and stayed in for the ceremony with their arms across another’s shoulder. They also took selfies with one of the attendees at the program and they even posed in front of a huge W display that is adorned with dark and light pink roses.   Read more »

Divorce at first sight

A Saudi wedding was robbed of all its mirth and merriment when the groom rejected his wife at the instant she lifted her veil on the day of their wedding and divorced her right away.

The hard hearted groom confessed to his bride that she was not the one who he had imagined and therefore he confirmed his decision of divorcing her. The matrimonial alliance of the couple had been arranged and they had not met each other before the fateful night. The sudden rejection encountered by the bride the very moment she unveiled her face for the shutter bugs left her in a traumatic condition.

This instance of inhumanity left all the guests present in this marriage shocked and dumbfounded. They tried their best to pacify the groom and convince him to change his illogical decision, however all efforts went in vain as he remained adamant in his decision. This incident has also been reported by Okaz, the Saudi Daily newspaper who mentioned that the shattered bride went into a bout of hysteria and collapsed turning the night of jubilance into that of tears and mourning. The groom’s behavior has been severely criticized by all. Some has referred to it as sheer irresponsibility while others condemn him for his lack of moral values.

However such irrational behavior is not the first to happen. A husband was said to have ended his two years marriage when his wife failed to reply to his message on Whats App. The husband, tensed and nervous rushed home only to find his wife enjoying a show on television and chatting with friends. As reported by the Gulf News this indifferent behavior of his wife frustrated the man who was in his 30s and compelled him to resort to divorce.

Wedding guest attempts to steal couple’s gifts, reports

Following a wedding reception theft, it is a wedding guest and not the groom who deals with the old ball and chain. Twenty nine year old Noah Howard was caught early on Sunday at Webster Street Market reception, at 32 N. Webster Street.
Late Saturday, the staff called police after they noticed that all of the day’s receipts amounting over US$ 6800 in cash and checks were missing, with fifty five unopened wedding cards with gift cards and checks, totaling around US$ 6800. The things were missing from a safe in office, as per a report from the Dayton police.
Before the police came at the scene, all the missing things were discovered inside a tuxedo bag behind bushes near the market entrance. According to reports, the staffs stated that the bag belonged to Noah, who was allowed inside the office when he had asked to alter his dress, as per the reports.
The surveillance cameras showed Howard enters the office and after that came with the garment bag that appeared heavy and swaying when he walked. When police interviewed Howard he said he did not know how the items got inside his bag and said maybe an employee placed it there.
Noah was booked into Montgomery County Jail and he is scheduled to come before in court on Tuesday, showed the jail records show.

Following a wedding reception theft, it is a wedding guest and not the groom who deals with the old ball and chain. Twenty nine year old Noah Howard was caught early on Sunday at Webster Street Market reception, at 32 N. Webster Street.

Late Saturday, the staff called police after they noticed that all of the day’s receipts amounting over US$ 6800 in cash and checks were missing, with fifty five unopened wedding cards with gift cards and checks, totaling around US$ 6800. The things were missing from a safe in office, as per a report from the Dayton police.

Before the police came at the scene, all the missing things were discovered inside a tuxedo bag behind bushes near the market entrance. According to reports, the staffs stated that the bag belonged to Noah, who was allowed inside the office when he had asked to alter his dress, as per the reports.

The surveillance cameras showed Howard enters the office and after that came with the garment bag that appeared heavy and swaying when he walked. When police interviewed Howard he said he did not know how the items got inside his bag and said maybe an employee placed it there.

Noah was booked into Montgomery County Jail and he is scheduled to come before in court on Tuesday, showed the jail records show.

Travelers shows common wedding insurance calls

For the 6th consecutive year, issues with reception venues and vendors remain the most ‘popular’ cause of wedding day misadventures for couples, as per an analysis of the wedding insurance calls by the Travelers (NYSE:TRV). 36% of all wedding claims registered by the Travelers customers were the result of problems related with venues and the vendors.
Vice President of Personal Insurance at Travelers Ed Charlebois told that with reports that the average cost of a wedding often crosses US$ 25000, wedding day expenses could offer a significant financial commitment. Couples must consider ways to protect their investment, so they could celebrate their big day without worrying about potential unforeseen costs from mishaps, poor weather or cancellations.
The most common venue issues are normally related limo providers and videographers not showing up, or caterers going out of business or event facilities closing. 19% of wedding claims were assigned to damages to a variety of property that includes landscaping and artwork at the venue. Sickness and injury of other couple or one of their parents made up sixteen percent of the claims, while weather related issues assigned for twenty three percent of the losses filed.
Wedding Protector Plan could help people avoid the added expenses of unexpected wedding problems. Also, it covers the cost of retaking snaps in the event that the photographer did not come or the snaps are not handed at the right time. Items like lost deposits, unavoidable cancellation, perishable materials, military leave as well as damaged gifts are also saved.

For the 6th consecutive year, issues with reception venues and vendors remain the most ‘popular’ cause of wedding day misadventures for couples, as per an analysis of the wedding insurance calls by the Travelers (NYSE:TRV). 36% of all wedding claims registered by the Travelers customers were the result of problems related with venues and the vendors.

Vice President of Personal Insurance at Travelers Ed Charlebois told that with reports that the average cost of a wedding often crosses US$ 25000, wedding day expenses could offer a significant financial commitment. Couples must consider ways to protect their investment, so they could celebrate their big day without worrying about potential unforeseen costs from mishaps, poor weather or cancellations.

The most common venue issues are normally related limo providers and videographers not showing up, or caterers going out of business or event facilities closing. 19% of wedding claims were assigned to damages to a variety of property that includes landscaping and artwork at the venue. Sickness and injury of other couple or one of their parents made up sixteen percent of the claims, while weather related issues assigned for twenty three percent of the losses filed.

Wedding Protector Plan could help people avoid the added expenses of unexpected wedding problems. Also, it covers the cost of retaking snaps in the event that the photographer did not come or the snaps are not handed at the right time. Items like lost deposits, unavoidable cancellation, perishable materials, military leave as well as damaged gifts are also saved.