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Wedding Talk Wednesday: Our Wedding Bands!… by WithASideOfHope Posted Wed 01 Aug 2012 6:54am Hi there!  Happy Wednesday to you!  It’s my favorite day of the week on my blog as you know.  Sadly, we only have 2 more Wednesdays until our wedding!  That is insane!  Today is the first day of August so we are officially 16 days away!  Yikes!  Last night, Mike and I got a lot done.  We finished up all of the table assignments and I proudly se ... Read on »
My wedding rings by Susie Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 5:21pm Nope, I don't wear my rings on my right hand. The pictures are taken towards a mirror so you're getting opposite (as in a mirror) but then there's a photo so it turns out opposite again. In other words. They're on my left hand. But in Europe they're worn on the right. And it's like guys wearing their earring on the wrong side if you wear ... Read on »
What Do Wedding Rings Symbolises by amaimonwedding Posted Mon 21 Jan 2013 7:16am What Do Wedding Rings Symbolises Wedding rings symbolises endless relationship between couples. That is why it is shaped as a circle because it means unending. It also symbolizes love, commitment and a special bond between the couple. A wedding ring is a symbol of marriage and marriage means a profound love that which we are capable to give ... Read on »
Untypically in Love: The Wedding - Part 5 by Untypically Jia Posted Fri 24 Feb 2012 3:22pm Read the full story, chapter by chapter here . Some names and events have been changed to protect the identity of certain individuals. --------------------- Chapter Forty-Nine The Wedding - Part 5 The Reception  "He lost his ring where?" One of my cousins asked as we arrived at the restaurant. After hearing horro ... Read on »
A Wedding Band – the best Symbol Of adore & Devotion by tungsten Posted Tue 22 Feb 2011 10:25am THE wedding band is a ring crafted from yellow metal, worn within the engagement ring children’s finger to help symbolize spousal relationship. A wedding band will be indicative of the fidelity of the spouse. It is usually worn on the quit ring ring finger. It was some sort of Greek belief that the vein in the left ring ring finger is going direc ... Read on »
My wedding band! by Bre Facebook Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:14pm After reading Ida's Blog about her trying on her original wedding ring - I decided I would give it a shot too. This is the original wedding band that my hubby put on my finger when we got married when I was only 16! We have been married almost 24 years now! I had to take it off because it didn't fit after I started gaining my pregnancy weight with ... Read on »
The one about my pre-wedding fat-farm trip during a riot by Gail Gedan Spencer Facebook Posted Fri 12 Jul 2013 2:21pm Gail and Terry, July 11, 1992. I bought my wedding dress a size too small. Why? Because even though I wore a size 12 in normal clothes, the evil Wedding Dress Gods didn't believe in "vanity sizing" back in 1992. So to avoid paying extra for a plus-sized wedding dress, I crossed my fingers and ordered the 14. There wa ... Read on »
I Go To Weddings For The Food. by fitatheart Posted Mon 23 Aug 2010 12:57pm When it came down to planning my wedding 2 years ago, I was definitely a hands on bride. I have specific tastes and when people walked through the door of the church or the reception area I wanted people to automatically know, “Oh this is so Jennifer.” When it comes to brides and the wedding planning process, it can go 2 different ways. 1. ... Read on »
Post Wedding Fatty by jennybeanjcb Posted Wed 07 Sep 2011 8:47am Well, hi! I'm officially a week and a half in from the wedding, and I'm already becoming a fat married lady.  It's been a whole lot of "you're gorgeous, bridey pants!" and then, lots of "nom nom nom I can eat whatever I want!"  It started with wedding cake and was followed by even MORE wedding cake, other types of cake, some candy, taco bell, ... Read on »
Post Wedding Celebration by coffeecakeandcardio Posted Sun 25 Nov 2012 8:00am I wish I could start off my saying, “I have done so amazing with my diet and my pre-christmas goals while here in Iowa this week” but man has this trip been tough. I think what has made it so tough is not knowing what and when we’re going to eat and then not having healthy options. My eating so far has looked like this… Thursday -St ... Read on »