Wedding couples, these days, are increasingly stopping guests from prematurely posting snaps of their wedding day on social networking sites as well as stealing the impact of their professionally captured wedding snaps. Marriage celebrants tell that they are often said to inform all invitees not to share videos, photos or comment from the wedding ceremony or celebration on social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
The primary reason what the couples are worried about is that the friends and relatives would prematurely post all the details of their marriage day and spoil the impact. One wedding celebrant told that she has seen weddings where there were snaps up on the net for the world to see before the couple had even said ‘I do’. Now it is very easy for people to take a snap and share it to the rest of the world.
Another celebrant Jan Littlejohn stated that she has always asked wedding couples whether they wanted her to say the guests not to share snaps on the internet. Some of the people agrees ans says that they would prefer for them to wait till the next day.
Joanna Golding Lowe married Brendan previous year and asked both of her celebrant as well as the MC to tell guests not to post photos. She added that this is a common courtesy.
But some people like others to share their marriage snaps. They think its cool and this is the trend these days.
A fifty one year old lady has been charged with 5 counts of fraud under $ 5000 in relation with a probe of a now defunct Spadina Ave. bridalware store. Mississauga’s Van Dang will appear at the Old City Hall Court on 19th April at 11 am when she is expected to lodge a plea.
Victor Kwong, a Toronto Police Service spokesman, told that Van Dang turned herself into fifty two division on Monday and later she was was released under a promise to be present on the court date. The charges came after a probe into complaints from 5 women who stated that they paid down payments for bridalware at the Classy Collection that had operated out of leased premises at the 101 Spadina Ave.
It was in the middle of January, when the shop was shut down; and after that it was up for lease. Dorset’s Sarah Boston was the first one to see this thing. She had ordered her attire in June, 2012 and also paid $ 270 on credit and $ 1000 in cash. In January, this year, she find out that the shop is closed.
Another bride to be Sydney D’Andrade from Markham told that she also paid money on deposit for a bridal reception attire that she never received. She even begun a Classy Collection Investigation Facebook page to get in touch with other ladies who faced the same siuation.
Do-it-yourself marriages needs good planning, as it could reflect the style of a couple, writes Fiona Buchanan. Forget those classic rose centre-pieces. On Sunday, couples who went to an indie marriage exhibit in the Glebe might look for bouquets of thistles arranged in old medicine bottles instead.
Marriage by Hand, as stated by the organizers as do-it-yourself, eco-friendly or handmade exhibited vintage wedding and decor apparel, bakers, gourmet caterers as well as workshops to serve grooms and brides to plan their unique marriage celebrations.
Krista Leben co-founded the marriage show with her partner named Robin Sidhu around 4 years ago. She told that she thought that it would be good to add a craft as well as a wedding exhibit into a event when she and her partner came with the new idea – Wed by Hand.
she added that it offers couples the scope to do things which are a bit different and be able to host a marriage that shows their values as well as their personalities.
Leben told that the marriage show is becoming very popular and Wed by Hand has doubled in size since its started in the year 2009, with forty five vendors at Glebe Community Centre.
Michael Thompson and Lauren McFarlane, told that they came to this exhibit in search of some inspiration for their marriage that will take place in September. Thompson told that the GIY aspect of this Wed by Hand forced him to come to the event. He told that he thinks that it makes it a little bit personal when you put a lot into it yourself and you do a lot of the stuff on your own.