Bride watches NHL game in her wedding attire

It has to be said that Erica Skuta is a real Minnesota Wild fan now living in New Zealand, which is quite great as they have several different kinds of indigenous penguins there. This weekend, she was back there in Minnesota, where she tied the knot with fellow Wild fan Lewis Blake and went to the Wild’s match against the Dallas Stars on Saturday evening as their wedding ceremony finale.

In this way, she gave the hockey world a sight that would be showcased in Jumbotron fan montages ‘till death do us part.’ It was reported that while watching the game, Erica was munching on a burger when she was sitting in the arena seats in her marriage dress.

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Couple travels across the world for a grand wedding extravaganza

Not all couple waits till honeymoon to travel. Well a couple from California has turned their marriage ceremony into a real epic journey through twelve nations over seventy-nine days.

Couple – Cheetah Platt and Rhiann Woodyard came to decide that wanted to engage into something special – they wanted to do something more for their wedding day and the reception.

The pair decided that they would tie the knot in twelve different countries, and arranging at least twenty ceremonies during their travels, revealed their fundraising site. The couple left the country on 8th February and they are not expected to come back till 28th April.

Updates on their Facebook and Flickr account suggests that they had already arranged several weddings that includes one in the great pyramids of Egypt and one in the jungle of Colombia. Cheetah Platt reportedly told that his most powerful experience was standing in the ancient Egyptian desert and getting married in front of the great pyramids. The only standing structure of the seven wonders of the ancient world. They are so majestic, awe-inspiring and rooted in such myth and legend. It was truly a breathtaking wedding.

Lance Bass speaks about his wedding with Michael Turchin

Lance Bass want his forthcoming marriage ceremony to be a fashion moment in years to come. Speaking about his 20th December wedding, the former NSync member told a leading magazine that when guests get their snaps on their wedding night, they must think that they are looking good.

In fact, Lance, now 35 year old, has set the bar a bit high by questioning his invitees to pull intake from 2 well known fashion events when taking a look what to sport at the wedding ceremony that would also be also be telecasted as part of an E! special on 5th Feb, at 8 pm E.T..

Man poses as guest; steals wedding gifts

The Westport police are looking for help to search the man who came as a guest at a wedding ceremony and stole the wedding gifts of a newly married couple. The pair was arranging a reception at Longshore Inn in Westport when an unknown man stole a bird cage that was filled with many wedding cards for the pair, stated the police.
The officers replied at 7:10 pm to probe and determined that the person was posing either as an invitee at the reception or the hotel and was spotting loitering in the lobby and speaking over the phone before holding the birdcage and walking out.
Police fixed a perimeter, introduced a K9 unit and look for the grounds, but just saw the empty bird cage. Now police are attempting to identify the man spotted in the lobby of the inn. He was clean shaven, between twenty five and thirty five years old, has cropped light brown hair and was sporting gray slacks, light gray or a white shirt as well as a white undershirt. You can call police at – 203-341-6000 if you have any info on him.
Meanwhile, George Clooney’s wide Amal is now back to work. She has also changed her name from Amal Alamuddin to Amal Clooney. Earlier, it was told that she altered her name to Amal Alamuddin Clooney. Now it appears that she dropped her maiden name.

The Westport police are looking for help to search the man who came as a guest at a wedding ceremony and stole the wedding gifts of a newly married couple. The pair was arranging a reception at Longshore Inn in Westport when an unknown man stole a bird cage that was filled with many wedding cards for the pair, stated the police.

The officers replied at 7:10 pm to probe and determined that the person was posing either as an invitee at the reception or the hotel and was spotting loitering in the lobby and speaking over the phone before holding the birdcage and walking out.

Police fixed a perimeter, introduced a K9 unit and look for the grounds, but just saw the empty bird cage. Now police are attempting to identify the man spotted in the lobby of the inn. He was clean shaven, between twenty five and thirty five years old, has cropped light brown hair and was sporting gray slacks, light gray or a white shirt as well as a white undershirt. You can call police at – 203-341-6000 if you have any info on him.

Meanwhile, George Clooney’s wide Amal is now back to work. She has also changed her name from Amal Alamuddin to Amal Clooney. Earlier, it was told that she altered her name to Amal Alamuddin Clooney. Now it appears that she dropped her maiden name.

Couple set to celebrate their 80th marriage anniversary

A pair has joined the few to lionize their Oak wedding anniversary, celebrate a magnificent 80 years of marriage. Devoted Maurice, now 102, and his wife Helen Kaye, now 101, got married in the year 1934  just 4 years after they met as teenagers.
Helen told that it has been a wonderful wedding, if she knew the secret, she would bottle it and sell it. Devoted fell for Poland-born Helen when he visited her dads business as a traveling salesman. They settled in London before Maurice joined the Army when war broke out.
In 1944, their home was destroyed by bombings and then they moved to Bournemouth in Dorset. Since then, they had lived there and operate a series of 5 clothing shops. It was sad that 2 of their 4 kids died very young but they have a surviving daughter and son  8 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.
Helen added that they have battled their way through life, it has been hard work and not without tragedy, but they have had so many good moments together. The pair, who still relish regular manicures, are 6 years, 9 months off the world record longest marriage.
Meanwhile, Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are sealing the deal on their secret wedding ceremony with a contract which asks everyone to stay silent regarding what they see that day as well as violators would be dealt harshly. Guests have been asked not to bring cameras or sell phones.

A pair has joined the few to lionize their Oak wedding anniversary, celebrate a magnificent 80 years of marriage. Devoted Maurice, now 102, and his wife Helen Kaye, now 101, got married in the year 1934  just 4 years after they met as teenagers.

Helen told that it has been a wonderful wedding, if she knew the secret, she would bottle it and sell it. Devoted fell for Poland-born Helen when he visited her dads business as a traveling salesman. They settled in London before Maurice joined the Army when war broke out.

In 1944, their home was destroyed by bombings and then they moved to Bournemouth in Dorset. Since then, they had lived there and operate a series of 5 clothing shops. It was sad that 2 of their 4 kids died very young but they have a surviving daughter and son  8 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.

Helen added that they have battled their way through life, it has been hard work and not without tragedy, but they have had so many good moments together. The pair, who still relish regular manicures, are 6 years, 9 months off the world record longest marriage.

Meanwhile, Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are sealing the deal on their secret wedding ceremony with a contract which asks everyone to stay silent regarding what they see that day as well as violators would be dealt harshly. Guests have been asked not to bring cameras or sell phones.

Fremont couple to celebrate their 75th wedding anniversary

There are just a few couples who celebrate their seventy-fifty wedding anniversary. And, Alfred and Francis McIlheran are one of those very few. On 24th April, the Fremonters would celebrate their 75th year of marriage.
Alfred joked that he was ten and she was six when they tied the knot. But they got married in early 20s. Now, Alfred is 98 and her wife is 95. Staying at their Nye Square apartment’s  kitchen table, the McIlherans triggered their chat with good humor as they looked back on their lives.
It was around 1937 when their story started. But, they has different versions on how they came to know each other. Well we are not going into detail. Alfred often stopped at the Grafton State Bank that her dad owned – and this is the place where she worked. Her mother often invited McIlheran for dinner.
She told that her parents always thought that he was wonderful. With a huge laugh, she added that probably they wanted to get rid of her. Well, later they got married on 1939. That time, he was 23 and she was 20. That time, he was working for Gooch Milling Co. selling flour to bakeries. During second world war, he used to manage an Illinois buttermilk plant, working long hours. Later, he worked for the Merchants Biscuit Co. In 1947, he moved his family to Fremont in 1947. Since then, they couple lived here. They have – 2 sons and 2 daugters; twelve grand children and 6 great-grandchildren.

There are just a few couples who celebrate their seventy-fifty wedding anniversary. And, Alfred and Francis McIlheran are one of those very few. On 24th April, the Fremonters would celebrate their 75th year of marriage.

Alfred joked that he was ten and she was six when they tied the knot. But they got married in early 20s. Now, Alfred is 98 and her wife is 95. Staying at their Nye Square apartment’s  kitchen table, the McIlherans triggered their chat with good humor as they looked back on their lives.

It was around 1937 when their story started. But, they has different versions on how they came to know each other. Well we are not going into detail. Alfred often stopped at the Grafton State Bank that her dad owned – and this is the place where she worked. Her mother often invited McIlheran for dinner.

She told that her parents always thought that he was wonderful. With a huge laugh, she added that probably they wanted to get rid of her. Well, later they got married on 1939. That time, he was 23 and she was 20. That time, he was working for Gooch Milling Co. selling flour to bakeries. During second world war, he used to manage an Illinois buttermilk plant, working long hours. Later, he worked for the Merchants Biscuit Co. In 1947, he moved his family to Fremont in 1947. Since then, they couple lived here. They have – 2 sons and 2 daugters; twelve grand children and 6 great-grandchildren.