This past weekend, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie finally tied the knot in France after nine years and six kids together, and the details of their big day are just being released. As you can imagine, everything about the nuptials sounded magical from the scent of rosemary and jasmine wafting into the chapel, to the magnificent French and Italian cuisine served afterwards. I’m sure it was a lovely day and all, but don’t you kind of wish Jen Aniston delivered them a big, steamy bag of dog poop from a drone right as they were about to say “I do”? I know I do. Here are 10 other things that didn’t happen, but totally would have made the Brangie wedding more interesting. Keep reading »
In case you’ve been living under a rock, this past weekend, the world’s most genetically perfect couple, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, decided to get hitched at their estate in France. While the pair somehow managed to keep their nuptials completely under wraps, details of their big day are finally coming out, and we’ve got the scoop! Keep reading »
When I find out a friend or acquaintance is getting married, I’m happy for them, but I definitely don’t sit around waiting for my invitation to the wedding to arrive. I enjoy weddings, but the only ones I actually want to attend are the ones being held by people who I really love and know well — I certainly don’t care, nor am I offended when someone who is part of my peripheral circle or just a random Facebook friend doesn’t invite me to theirs. Which is why it is absolutely absurd to me that a bride would deem it necessary to publicly inform and explain why you might not be receiving an invitation to her upcoming nuptials, especially in the form of a Facebook post. But that’s exactly what one self-absorbed bride did! Via Reddit comes the following FB post (typos are her own):
We are sending out invites for the wedding this week. Going through the list of people to invite. We only have so much room at the church and reception. I’m going to try and make this as simple as possible so no one gets butt hurt. If you do not get an invite here is a list of potential reasons why. Keep reading »
My stomach hurts from laughing so hard. One lucky couple can now include the world’s most iconic photo in their wedding album, and it’s all because of a little miscommunication. Bride-to-be Kristen, who was planning to marry in England, text messaged a group of friends inviting them to a bridal party barbecue and photo shoot, but she accidentally included the phone number of a stranger … who showed up … with an entourage.
See, when the stranger corrected the bride by telling her she sent the message to the wrong number, but that “me and my boys will be there” anyway, she clarified that the invite was off the table. His response: “We still coming.”
And the rest is history. Check out the text message that started it all after the jump! [NY Post] Keep reading »
Getting married at McDonald’s would have been my wildest dream around age five. Apparently some couples in Hong Kong never let go of that dream and are actually getting married with Ronald McDonald as a witness.
The wedding program at Hong Kong McDonald’s locations has become so popular that the website has a special page for nuptial planning, complete with golden arches shaped into a heart. It reads, “Thinking about throwing a really special party for your wedding, engagement, anniversary or bridal shower? Think McDonald’s.” Keep reading »
A lot of times, weddings are more fun for the guests than for the actual bride and groom. We basically get to sit back and enjoy the show while everyone else runs things, and when the drinks are flowing and the dance floor is calling our name, life is grand. But when the alcohol is limited (or worse, costs us cash!), the food is nowhere to be found, and the music is taking us back to a time before we were even born, we can’t help but be a little miffed that we signed up for one thing and got something entirely different. If you’re planning on throwing a wedding anytime soon, here are a few things that may get guests a little bit cranky, or at least cause an eye roll or two — and yes, we do mean that synchronized disco dance you had planned. Might want to nix that. Read more on Tres Sugar…