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nuptialstv**** When mega movie star Tom Cruise married Katie Holmes, the whole world took notice... even though only 150 people were actually invited to the wedding. Their gorgeous and lavish ceremony was officiated by a Scientology minister in the Odescalchi (O-des-kal-chee) Castle in Lake Bracciano (Brash-ee-a-no,) Italy, in front of a huge list of A listers, including Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, John Travolta, Victoria Beckham, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony, Jim Carrey, and Steven Spielberg. Thousands of fans and photograpers crowded as close to the castle as they could get to try and get a view of Cruise and his bride exchanging vows at a beautiful sunset ceremony. The megastore wore a navy blue Giorgio Armani tuxedo while Katie looked beatiful in an Armani gown with an Ivory silk train, and the couple exchanged matching White Gold Cartier rings with diamonds. Italian Opera singer Andrea Bocelli (Bo-chel-ee) entertained guests at the reception while they snacked on pieces of their five tiered white chocolate cake decorated with roses and white chocolate chips. Light rain in the afternoon didn't dampen anyone's spirits, as the couple's first daughter, Suri, who was 7 months old at the time
  • 3 Mar 2011
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nuptials**** So you want your reception to be a more formal, adult oriented 18 and over event, and you’re wondering how to inform your guests of this. Many of your friends and family will be eager to have an adult oriented night off from their kids, but you need to make sure they are informed in a classy way that doesn’t feel exclusive. It’s NOT a good idea to put “Adults Only” on the actual invitations… because that comes off as a bit too blunt, and you want a more subtle and graceful way of informing your guests. The first thing to do is to make sure the invitations are addressed just to the people you are inviting… if you are inviting a couple, address the envelope as “Mr. and Mrs. So and So.” Most people will take this as a cue that their kids are not invited, but if their RSVP is returned with their kids included, call them up and inform them of the situation. Most people will not argue, but for those who give you a hard time, do not back down and let them bring their kids… this will only make other parents who got a sitter for your reception feel resentful that they weren’t allowed to bring their kids. And remember, it’s your wedding day… you get to invite who you want, so don’t let anybo
  • 15 Jun 2010
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Scarlett Johanson and Ryan Reynolds tie the knot.
  • 17 Feb 2010
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nuptialstv**** Before Christina Aguilera met Jordan Bratman, she was a very dirrrrty girl... until the music producer popped the question and made her an honest woman. During the traditional Jewish ceremony, chosen because of Aguilera's new hubby's faith, the singer wore a form fitting Christian Lacroix dress with a large ruffled train as the couple read hand written vows to eachother. After the ceremony, guests were treated to an indoor winter wonderland, designed to give the feeling of X-Tina's favorite month, December. Guests like Sharon Stone were treated to a menu filled with the couple's favorite comfort foods, including roat chicken, short ribs, mac and cheese, and onion rings. After eating, Christian slipped into a white minidress and belted out a couple songs, including the Etta James classic “At Last,” which she dedicated to her new husband. Maybe Christina will sing at your wedding... just tell her you have onion rings and Mac and Cheese on your menu, and she might just show up.
  • 5 Oct 2009
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nuptialstv**** When Avril Lavigne married fellow pop punker Deryck Whibley, lead singer of Sum 41, the couple threw a surprisingly classy affair. Lavigne, who is better known for wearing tank tops and men's ties, looked stunning walking down the aisle in her father's arms wearing a tissue organza Vera Wang gown. Lavigne's Rolls Rice driver took her to the wrong mansion, where another wedding was being held, before he got the directions right and took her to the gorgeous setting for her to exchange her vows. After the ceremony, guests sipped cocktails by a pond that had two swans floating in it and crystal chandeliers hanging from the trees. The “Complicated” singer then slipped into a more comfortable Chantilly Lace Dress, also designed by Vera Wang, for the reception, which was thrown in a red tent filled with gothic touches that made the location unmistakably Avril. Guests could take home custom designed guitar picks with “Avril picked Deryck” inscribed on them as they left the unexpectedly classy and glamorous evening before the happy couple flew off to Italy for their honeymoon. Where I'm sure they got back to their pop punk rock star roots and trashed their hotel room.
  • 18 Aug 2009
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The very best Baby planning tip for newlyweds is to compare notes! - On this edition of Nuptialstv we will be covering how children fit into your future plans.
  • 9 Feb 2009
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Pete Wentz and Ashlee Simpson tie the knot.
  • 19 Nov 2008
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Jessica Alba and Cash Warren tie the knot.
  • 19 Nov 2008
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Jenna Bush and Henry Hager get married.
  • 19 Nov 2008
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Gary Coleman and Shannon Price get married.
  • 19 Nov 2008
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nuptialstv**** Sometimes you and a friend might be planning your wedding at the same time and have a similar guest list that might create a bit of a competitive situation... so what do you do you are both giving the same wedding favors? Well, you have a few options. If you really feel like it will be tacky to give the same favors as your friend, then just pick something else. But if the favors you chose for your guests are meaningful to you, you can still try and talk to your friend and see if they will relent on the issue. And if your friend won't give in, just say screw it. Give the same favors as your friend, and be done with it. Your friends really won't care that much if they end up with two silver picture frames from two different weddings... they just want to see that you have a happy day.
  • 8 Jul 2008
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nuptialstv**** If you are having a wedding during a time of the year with unpredictable weather, make sure you plan ahead for the worst case scenario. Rent a tent for your wedding site if you are having an outdoor wedding, or arrange to have a backup location for the ceremony or reception at a different, indoor site. And make sure your guests are informed about the possibility of a backup site... it is appropriate, and will be appreciated, to include “in case of bad weather” information on your invitations, and some couples even include a seperate rain card enclosed in their invitation packet which gives detailed information and instructions to your wedding guests for what to do if it starts to rain or snow. And don't stress out about it... many people consider rain on a wedding day a good omen for the marriage, so just be optimistic and think of it as good luck if it happens.
  • 8 Jul 2008
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nuptialstv**** When figuring out who to invite to your rehearsal dinner, some couples opt to invite everyone who has come from out of town for the wedding. But this is not strictly necesarry if you are trying to save money for the big day itself. The necessary people at the rehearsal dinner are the couple about to be married, their their immediate family, their officiant and the officiant's spouse, and the members of your wedding party. It's a rehearsal for the wedding, so you can make it a small event if you want... but if you can afford to, invite all your out of town guests and start your wedding celebration a night early. It's up to you... it's your wedding, after all.
  • 8 Jul 2008
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nuptialstv**** Sometimes you and a friend might be planning your wedding at the same time and have a similar guest list that might create a bit of a competitive situation... so what do you do you are both giving the same wedding favors? Well, you have a few options. If you really feel like it will be tacky to give the same favors as your friend, then just pick something else. But if the favors you chose for your guests are meaningful to you, you can still try and talk to your friend and see if they will relent on the issue. And if your friend won't give in, just say screw it. Give the same favors as your friend, and be done with it. Your friends really won't care that much if they end up with two silver picture frames from two different weddings... they just want to see that you have a happy day.
  • 8 Jul 2008
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nuptialstv**** Tradition states that if a bride has been living with her fiancée before her wedding day, she's not supposed to wear a white gown. Does this tradition hold true? Oh come on, we're living in a modern world, of course it doesn't. Most brides choose a white gown, even though most brides don't wait til marriage to move in with their future husbands. If you have family who disapproves of you wearing white because they believe it symbolizes purity, first of all, who cares what they think? And secondly, tell them that your white gown symbolizes a fresh beginning with your marriage. And then drink some champagne and laugh at their silly old fashioned ways as you enjoy your thoroughly modern wedding day!
  • 8 Jul 2008
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nuptialstv**** . So you've got too many close friends to include in your wedding party but you want them to feel like active participants at your wedding? Don't worry, there are plenty of other jobs for your close friends. Make your friends ushers or usherettes, or have put one or two of them in charge of the guest book or gift tables. Or have them escort family members, like your grandparents, down the aisle at the beginning of the ceremony. And if you are having a ceremony with a specific religious tradition, give one of your friends jobs related to that... have them carry the gifts to the altar at a Catholic or Episcopalian ceremony, or ask your close friend to be the “glass bearer at a Jewish wedding ceremony. Or have them do a reading of a poem or prayer that you feel is personal to your relationship, which is a huge honor. And if you really can't find a job for all your close friends, don't sweat it... they'll just be glad to see you get married to the one you love, and won't feel bad about not having a specific job at the wedding. And think of it this way... it's less work for them! Maybe they'll appreciate the opportunity to get off their feet.
  • 8 Jul 2008
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nuptialstv**** So is a sleeveless or strapless dress appropriate for a winter wedding? Of course it is, as long as the bride is comfortable. Strapless and sleeveless gowns look good at any formal event at any time of the year, including in the winter. Just make sure the bride is not too cold... if your wedding is a cold region, you'll probably be getting married indoors anyway. But the bride might want to consider getting a wrap just in case she gets chilly. So go with a strapless or sleeveless gown if that's the right one for you, no matter what season it is... just don't make yourself cold or uncomfortable for the sake of looking good.
  • 8 Jul 2008
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Hey everyone. I'm Izabella Wentz, a newly wed for nuptialstv**** Here to share my wedding story. I am going to tell you about my bachelorette party. I decided to have my bachelorette party in Chicago. My friends got me a veil with glowing penises and condoms, a bride shirt, granny panties and lot of fun accessories. We started out at dinner at the Kit Kat Lounge, and continued onto various bars. We ended up getting kicked out because of the penis veil. We continued bar hopping all night and ended up at the ever so popular Bacholorette party destination Hogs and Honeys. Things got wild and a few of my brave friends rode the mechanical bull. We drank a lot and we ended the night at an after hours club. I'm Izabella Wentz congratulations to the grooms and best wishes to all you future brides.
  • 8 Jul 2008
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