For the couple who has decided the show must go on, for some reason: Mr. and Mrs. facemasks and “Corona Bride” t-shirts.
It's difficult to believe that people are insisting it's fine to attend their in-person celebration because "everyone will be wearing masks"—and to talk to them about why you won't be there.
In the days before "influencer" was really a word, Kardashian pulled off an almost entirely sponsored wedding to Kris Humphries.
The couple were legally wed a year ago. Now, they're making it official-official.
But, guys, it pays £30 an hour!
For celebs from Jake Paul to Jennifer Aniston, the performance of a wedding matters more than the legality of it.
Now that weed is legal, a lot of couples want it to be a part of their big day.
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Because you're going to go to a lot.
RSVPing “yes" can break your budget—here’s how to save during peak wedding season.