Millennials are Embracing Unique Ways for Their Wedding Rituals

It is all about new ways and innovative ideas that millennials are choosing for their wedding.

They are coming up with a variety of concepts for their nuptial ceremony instead of blindly following the age old norms.

Simon Sperl aged 28 and Maria Steinhagen aged 30, are planning to get married in this October at Voyageur Environmental Centre located in Mound.
According to Steinhagen, it is their utmost wish to make the wedding ceremony a huge get together of their friends. While they will be taking oaths, their guests will encircle and surround them. Sperl believes that this will signify that the support of their loved ones they need in their life.

There will also be some personal touches like the invitations from Sperls mother, Anne Moriarty who happens to be an artist and a cello duet performance composed by Sperl. Read more »

Groom rescues wedding guests stuck in heavy snow

An Antigonish County couple had a very white wedding earlier on Saturday when a snowstorm trapped people temporarily at their wedding ceremony.

Jeremy Landry tied the knot with Sarah Isherwood at 2 pm on Saturday and the reception was held at St. Joseph’s Lakeside Community Centre, around fifteen kilometers from Town of Antigonish.

Dinner began at 6 pm and by 9 pm, around sixty centimeters snow had fallen on the street. The idea of having all stay overnight at the centre was thought about, but in the end decided against. Heavy snowfall meant cars parked outside the centre were buried. Landry told that all one could see was just windows and mirrors.

Then Landry went home to get his pickup truck — which has a plow – then he started plowing out his wedding guests. He told that it was snowing really hard. It became beep. He cleared the parking area and after that plowed a part of the highway.
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Washington state florist fined for denying to serve same-sex wedding

A judge in the state of Washington fined a florist US$ 1000 earlier on Friday after she denied to sell flower arrangements for a gay wedding, said the officials. Bob Ferguson, the Washington State Attorney General, who along with the pair — Curt Freed and Robert Ingersoll — sued florist Barronelle Stutzman in the words 2013, applauded the ruling.

Ferguson said that his main aim has always been to end illegal discrimination, he is very pleased that today’s ruling clearly prohibits discrimination against same-sex couples. On Friday, the order of Benton County Superior Court Judge Alexander Ekstrom’s also stops Stutzman and her Richland shop named Arlene’s Flowers, from offering services and goods to straight couples who also are not made available to same-sex pair, said the statement.

Also, Stutzman was needed to pay US$1 in court charges. Freed and Ingersoll were longtime customers of Stutzman’s shop, and they asked her to offer decorations for their marriage ceremony 2 years earlier, after the state’s legalization of the same-sex wedding. Stutzman stated that her Christian beliefs stopped her from selling flowers for the gay marriage, citing her connection “with Jesus Christ,” as per the court documents. Read more »

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