01
Dec 14

Allstar (Central Coast Bands) playing Sex Is On Fire (Newcastle Wedding Band)

Video clip Score: five / five


03
Nov 14

The Wedding of Charles and Rebecca 5th december 2010

Online video Ranking: / 5


06
Oct 14

Baby Shower Shoe Shaped Party Favour Tutorial

Online video Ranking: four / five


10
Sep 14

Jessa Duggar of ’19 Kids & Counting’s wedding plans unveiled

Jessa Duggar, the 19 Kids & Counting star, is engaged to Ben Seewald, and they recently unveiled some details of the impending wedding ceremony, that includes that all important very first kiss. Speaking to a leading news channel, Jessa told that they are really looking forward to the first kiss. They are talking about it. They have to plan it out because what if they mess up.
Recently, Seewald moved to a guesthouse on Duggar property that could mean that the pair would exchange wedding vows sooner than later. Sister Jill Duggar took wedding vows with her husband Derick Dillard earlier in June, and Jessa assured her fans that there would be a few differences between the two wedding ceremonies.
She added that the guest list is pretty big, but not as big as her sister’s, her list is a little smaller than Jill’s was, but after that Ben’s guest list is larger than Derick’s. It would be another Duggar sized marriage ceremony.
It is likely that the two are exchanging wedding vows later in fall or winter. They would rely on their friends and family members to deal with the ceremony and simply celebrate their wedding day. As per their tradition, the ceremony would surely be cost effective.
Ben told that they want to have a nice wedding that everyone would relish, but at the very same time, they would push their budget more towards their honeymoon because this is their time together.

Jessa Duggar, the 19 Kids & Counting star, is engaged to Ben Seewald, and they recently unveiled some details of the impending wedding ceremony, that includes that all important very first kiss. Speaking to a leading news channel, Jessa told that they are really looking forward to the first kiss. They are talking about it. They have to plan it out because what if they mess up.

Recently, Seewald moved to a guesthouse on Duggar property that could mean that the pair would exchange wedding vows sooner than later. Sister Jill Duggar took wedding vows with her husband Derick Dillard earlier in June, and Jessa assured her fans that there would be a few differences between the two wedding ceremonies.

She added that the guest list is pretty big, but not as big as her sister’s, her list is a little smaller than Jill’s was, but after that Ben’s guest list is larger than Derick’s. It would be another Duggar sized marriage ceremony.

It is likely that the two are exchanging wedding vows later in fall or winter. They would rely on their friends and family members to deal with the ceremony and simply celebrate their wedding day. As per their tradition, the ceremony would surely be cost effective.

Ben told that they want to have a nice wedding that everyone would relish, but at the very same time, they would push their budget more towards their honeymoon because this is their time together.


07
Sep 14

Peacock wedding decorations

Online video Rating: 5 / five


10
Aug 14

The lovely wedding between coff & Pauline

Video clip Ranking: / five


07
Aug 14

Bedwas couple selling their wedding to sponsors; to offer their money to charity

A cash strapped pair are paying for their nuptial – by selling their special day to sponsors. Enterprising Sam Moseley and Ben Sherwin are asking local concerns to donate services and goods for their wedding day, leaving them free to offer the fund they would have played out to charity instead.
Samantha, 22, and Ben, 23, both from Bedwas, fixed themselves a task of planning their wedding in only 123 days because they want to have Ben’s sister Megan, who is all set to go to Australia, at their wedding day. The couple would tie the knot in Cardiff on 5th September.
A leading website has reported that Ben told that he does not know what to do. They did not have any money and they were really short of time and he thought that people get sponsored for all sorts of things. He started emailing people and people just loved it, they thought it was brilliant.
The pair made the 123 blog charting their progress that had five thousand hits in the very first week. The site advertises the companies that are helping, including mobile drinks company Coxtail, South Wales company Fruity bouquets, LJM Photography based in Newport and cake company Ice as Nice.
Samantha stated that they have had to turn people away because they have already got what they are offering. Still, there are somethings that the couple are paying for themselves – like the wedding ring, Samantha’s dress as well as the bridesmaid dresses.

A cash strapped pair are paying for their nuptial – by selling their special day to sponsors. Enterprising Sam Moseley and Ben Sherwin are asking local concerns to donate services and goods for their wedding day, leaving them free to offer the fund they would have played out to charity instead.

Samantha, 22, and Ben, 23, both from Bedwas, fixed themselves a task of planning their wedding in only 123 days because they want to have Ben’s sister Megan, who is all set to go to Australia, at their wedding day. The couple would tie the knot in Cardiff on 5th September.

A leading website has reported that Ben told that he does not know what to do. They did not have any money and they were really short of time and he thought that people get sponsored for all sorts of things. He started emailing people and people just loved it, they thought it was brilliant.

The pair made the 123 blog charting their progress that had five thousand hits in the very first week. The site advertises the companies that are helping, including mobile drinks company Coxtail, South Wales company Fruity bouquets, LJM Photography based in Newport and cake company Ice as Nice.

Samantha stated that they have had to turn people away because they have already got what they are offering. Still, there are somethings that the couple are paying for themselves – like the wedding ring, Samantha’s dress as well as the bridesmaid dresses.


13
Jul 14

Wedding TV From One Chap to Another

Movie Rating: / 5


20
Jun 14

Couple’s DIY marriage ceremony inspires whole new adventure

When former Sydney couple Adam Chrisp and Anika Ebner, got married in a field in Mullumbimby in the year 2011; they found out the simple DIY marriage concept was in fact a whole lot harder work than it actually sounds like. After three years the couple launched their brand new venture called The Canavan, which is based around a refurbished vintage caravan made as a pop-up bar to serve take the stress out of catering marriages as well as events on Northern Rivers.
Based on food vans which are popular in Melbourne and Sydney, the ‘van that can’ is a ‘68 Olympic Riviera Caravan which Adam, an ex props buyer in the movie industry, spent more than a year changing into a customized mobile pro kitchen.
Anika told that they got married on Adam’s mother’s property at Mullumbimby and they thought that they would save some money by doing it themselves. After figuring out how to keep drinks cool for a lot of invitees in a paddock and hiding a noisy generator behind a tree, the idea was born for The Canavan.
She told that they thought they would package it all up as a service that was fun, easy and looked great. Adam stated that the van was found in Newcastle and was full of rubbish, but the exterior made of fibreglass was salvageable. He added that he had been working with fibreglass making surfboards and he knew that he could modify it to their requirements.

When former Sydney couple Adam Chrisp and Anika Ebner, got married in a field in Mullumbimby in the year 2011; they found out the simple DIY marriage concept was in fact a whole lot harder work than it actually sounds like. After three years the couple launched their brand new venture called The Canavan, which is based around a refurbished vintage caravan made as a pop-up bar to serve take the stress out of catering marriages as well as events on Northern Rivers.

Based on food vans which are popular in Melbourne and Sydney, the ‘van that can’ is a ‘68 Olympic Riviera Caravan which Adam, an ex props buyer in the movie industry, spent more than a year changing into a customized mobile pro kitchen.

Anika told that they got married on Adam’s mother’s property at Mullumbimby and they thought that they would save some money by doing it themselves. After figuring out how to keep drinks cool for a lot of invitees in a paddock and hiding a noisy generator behind a tree, the idea was born for The Canavan.

She told that they thought they would package it all up as a service that was fun, easy and looked great. Adam stated that the van was found in Newcastle and was full of rubbish, but the exterior made of fibreglass was salvageable. He added that he had been working with fibreglass making surfboards and he knew that he could modify it to their requirements.