Another bakery refused to make a cake for a gay wedding. They seriously need to stop doing that. More
When I first read that two dogs had gotten married in a $750 ceremony, I legitimately thought, “That is the cheapest wedding I’ve ever heard of!” Then I remembered that these were not people. These were dogs. I don’t know why they were concerned that if their children were bastards they would not properly inherit property (that is the point of weddings, yes?) but I guess that was sensible of them. I don’t know what they have. They could have really good chew toys. More
There is a new wedding trend called “weddings for two!” There always seems to be a new wedding trend – like people getting married underwater, or some such – but this actually seems to be a sensible wedding trend, albeit one I have no interest in whatsoever, because I do not feel a need to fend off all my loved ones. More
These absurdly popular boots are getting a bit of a makeover so hipsters can now be 6 inches taller and make a remarkable amount of noise hobbling down the aisle! More
$482 to be exact!! More
As Paint demonstrates, things get pretty dicey for Disney Princesses Ariel, Belle, Jasmine and Pocahontas after ever after. More
Sometimes, I wish people would stop putting their crazy proposals on the Internet (it makes it seem like that’s the only reason to have done a wild one in the first place!). But, y’know, the times are a-changin’ and I admittedly do love seeing happy people do cute things that make one another smile, so I s’pose the strange proposals are simply something I’ll get used to. More
Jesus, you know, maybe we just should never get married. Maybe we should just avoid the whole thing, because, honestly, it’s all going to go awfully. Everyone is going to go insane. You, your mother in law, and now apparently, the groom. According to The Daily Mail, which is touching on the “rise of Groomzilla”: More
Scientists want to legalize gay marriage because scientists would like to keep you alive.
No, really, that’s kind of the reason. More
Well, in what may be the saddest or most inspiring story of the day, a woman is looking for a bridegroom/husband for a fake wedding. And she’s doing it on Facebook. Her family has been ill and she and her sister decided it would be nice if someone got married. So she decided to have a fake wedding.
Before he pops the question, you should really asks yours. It’s important for you to answer all the tough questions before you drop your life savings on a diamond, a party, and a honeymoon in the Caribbean. Start with the easy ones! How many kids do you want? Which religion would they practice? Where will you all live? What if you become a zombie? More
Recently, The New York Times ran an article about single women planning their weddings. Look. Single women have been doing this since the dawn of time. It’s what a hope chest was for. But The New York Times is excited, because, among other things:
Pinterest, a site where users can create virtual bulletin boards by “pinning” their favorite items, is imbued with wedding-themed boards with titles like “Yeah I’m single and…?;-),” “Someday my prince will come,” and “I want to get married. 2018?” Claudia Hanlin, the founder of the Wedding Library, a boutique location in New York where couples can research vendors, said that one could look at Pinterest “and realize that there are far more people pinning pictures of weddings than there could possibly ever be brides.”
I am going to those boards and seeing what we will be incorporating into our weddings. Here. Here is what is happening. More
Of course, you’re happy about your engagement ring. And everyone else is happy for you! Really! You’re getting married! But do you need to post pictures of your engagement ring with no explanation on Facebook? Some people think probably not. More