Black Friday wedding vows: No more shopping around

Black Friday wedding vows: No more shopping around
News from Chicago Tribune:

In a small Black Friday ceremony before a few friends and family, and dozens of total strangers, Jennifer Jasudowicz and Ed Kossman announced to the world: They are no longer shopping around.

Six years ago, the Burbank couple locked eyes outside the JCPenney at Orland Square mall amid a throng of post-Thanksgiving shoppers.

On Friday, Jasudowicz and Kossman exchanged vows, flanked by seven bridesmaids, five groomsmen, a Hot Topic and a Lady Footlocker.

“It’s so nice to come back to the place where we met,” said Jasudowicz. “It’s very, very romantic to…………… continues on Chicago Tribune

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David Tutera: ‘My Fair Wedding’ Host Talks Season 5 (VIDEO)
News from Huffington Post:

The stress of planning a wedding can sometimes be enough to drive brides to the brink of despair. So it’s no surprise that some wish for a fairy godmother (or father) to take the reigns when it comes to planning their Big Day.

Enter David Tutera: a wedding planning guru who, on his WeTV program, “My Fair Wedding,” takes ho-hum, often barely-planned celebrations, and turns them into memorable extravaganzas in three weeks or less.

Tutera uses the theme or general idea of what the couple wants for their wedding — such as red-carpet, Carnivale, or Zen garden — to select (and often totally revamp) everything from the location to the floral arrangements to the wedding party’s attire.


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