Utah couple say ‘I DO’ at 13,000 feet then jump

This bride and groom tied the knot 13,000 feet above the Tooele Valley and capped off their high-flying Utah wedding by jumping out of the airplane and floating gently to earth. By John Hollenhorst, Deseret News Published: Thursday, Nov. 1 2012 7:15 p.m. MDT TOOELE — For Allan and Emily Wood, the high point in […]

2012-3 Wedding So Easy Book Cover

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5 couples in same family marry in mega wedding

How  about planning 5 weddings on the same day? MESA, Ariz. – If you think planning for a wedding can be stressful, how about five weddings from the same family on the same day? The Waldie family of Mesa made it happen Friday. They dubbed this the mega wedding — three sisters, two brothers and […]

Have a Mobile Wedding Ceremony in Las Vegas

Are you tired of your wedding planning? Rev. Andy (left) and Rev. James (right) were inspired to start the Las Vegas Wedding Wagon by the idea that having fun and making people happy would be one of the best jobs on the planet. By providing couples with an unforgettable way to tie the knot in […]

How to Coordinate Bridal Jewelry with Your Bouquet

When choosing bridal accessories, it is important to make sure that they coordinate with your entire bridal look.   Bridal jewelry is one of the most exciting things to pick out for an upcoming wedding.   The right jewelry will compliment your ensemble, instead of being a major focal point.   That being said, many […]

Bride, Mother and Grandmother all wear the same Wedding Dress

A creamy white wedding  dress of silk and handmade lace that was worn first by her grandmother in 1960, then by her mother in 1983 was worn by Katy Elder. This Oklahoma bride certainly had “something old” and “something borrowed” on her June 30, 2012 wedding day. “I always knew that I wanted to wear […]

So You’re Getting Married – Legal Tips for Tying the Knot

By Spencer Topham I’ll admit it: On my wedding day, the legal and financial consequences of marriage were the last thing on my mind. Seemingly larger concerns such as catering, flowers, guests and honeymoon arrangements relegated any other thoughts to the deep background. Although this mindset is representative of the vast majority of couples entering […]

A love story: Triathlon first, then wedding marks couple’s lifelong race together

Published: Saturday, June 9 2012 8:07 p.m. MDT HIGHLAND – For a bride on her wedding day the morning is usually reserved for personal wedding preparations, getting hair beautifully coiffed and perfect makeup in place in anticipation of that trip to the altar. But for Shannon Beasley, 35, Saturday morning began well before 6 a.m. […]

Tornado doesn’t stop Kansas couple’s wedding day

By HEATHER HOLLINGSWORTH, Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — In the plains of central Kansas, tornadoes are so unremarkable that wedding guests barely flinched as a barrel-racing bride wed her bull-riding groom with a twister dropping from the sky just miles away. But for people living outside Tornado Alley, Caleb and Candra Pence’s wedding […]

The Locking of Hearts in Paris

By Roland Lepore For the Deseret News Summary Bridges I had crossed multiple times before in Paris are now covered with padlocks as a representation of a couple’s love for each other – locking of hearts. This new phenomenon has been spreading all over Europe as a symbol of eternal love. On a recent visit […]