The Most Talked-About Celebrity Weddings of 2019 — So Far

Among many things, 2019 has shaped up to be the year of the celebrity wedding.
A host of Hollywood’s most buzzed-about couples, including Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas, Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin and Zoë Kravitz and Karl Glusman, held star-studded weddings this year, looking to some of fashion’s top designers to dress them on their special day.
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The biggest celebrity wedding trend of the year was the double wedding. The likes of Turner and Jonas; Baldwin and Bieber, and Karlie Kloss and husband Josh Kushner each tied the knot in two ceremonies, either hosting an official, lavish wedding with friends and family or a smaller-scale themed wedding (i.e. Kloss’ prairie-themed reception in Wyoming).
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This acclaimed British comedy centers on the intermittent romance between a charming (if slightly bumbling) Englishman and a beautiful American woman, who seem to always run into each other at weddings. Indeed, it is at the first of the title's four weddings that Charles (Hugh Grant) and Carrie (Andie McDowell) meet, enjoying a brief but fleeting connection. The spark is rekindled several months later, when they unexpectedly meet at another wedding. Unfortunately, however, Carrie has become engaged to another, a fact that complicates matters for them both.

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Why I Still Love Weddings Even Though I’m Divorced

“Wow, they’re really built for weddings, huh?” said one of my best guy friends to one of my other best guy friends while watching me and my best girlfriend kill it on the dance floor at one of our other best guy friend’s weddings a few years ago. Weddings are awesome. They just are. You have a bunch of people in a room with a dance floor and a band or DJ with a bar and probably a bunch of your friends and family — all dressed up and looking fancy. What more could you ask for to bring complete joy into your life for a couple of hours, right?

It’s two people making a choice to share their lives together and they’ve invited you (YOU!) to be part of it. Chances are there was a list. And that list was too long. And people needed to be cut from that list. But they thought you were important enough to be in that room when they look out at all the people they love most in the world sharing their special day about their special choice together. So what if you got divorced and you’re still bitter about love? So what if you think marriage is a joke and you think they are making a huge mistake? So WHAT? We live in AMERICA where people can make choices. And if down the line they decide that choice isn’t working for them anymore they can make another choice to go in a different direction. Or not. To each his own. For now, on this day, there is a dance floor and an open bar (my two favorite things). Also, I love love. I really do. I hope when people get married they stay married forever. But I also hope that if the marriage has dimmed both of their lights and they are no longer growing into the people they want to be, they have the courage to make another choice, to realize that life is long, and being miserable because you think you are trapped is no way to live. Not in America. But the wedding? That’s the party. That’s the celebration. You can’t hate a wedding!

This past weekend I had the pleasure of watching the last of my college friends get married. Maybe I’m just filled with euphoria because I just got to travel with 14 of my very favorite college friends and spouses (obviously, I’m the 15th wheel) for three nights in a city we’d never been to and wake up in hotel rooms without kids wondering what we’re making them for breakfast. Maybe my feet are still sore from dancing to the epic songs the DJ played — “Livin’ on a Prayer,” “Bye, Bye, Bye,” “Pour Some Sugar on Me,” “Uptown Funk,” “Billy Jean” and “Everybody” just to name a few. Maybe I’m still hung over. Maybe my face still hurts from laughing at all of us, 16 years out of college, still showing love by completely making fun of each other. Maybe I look out as the groom dances with his mother and get a little weepy knowing that maybe someday I’ll be doing that with my son…and my other son. Maybe I think back to my own wedding, where I knew, unequivocally that I was making the best decision of my life — which I still believe 4 years after the divorce. That choice we made to marry brought me the two absolute loves of my life, and I look fondly on having the pleasure to dance with both of them, someday, at their own weddings.

Maybe by then I’ll actually have a plus one!

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The Best Spots for Fall Destination Weddings From 6 Top Planners

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There’s nothing more magical than a fall destination wedding: The foliage, the lovely crisp air, and the vivid sunsets provide the most incredible backdrop for any couple’s big day. Whether you want to tie the knot somewhere a bit exotic overseas or at a venue that feels closer to home on a ranch or farm, these six master planners share their favorite locales for the season’s most breathtaking (and vacation-worthy) destination weddings.

 

Feriye Restaurant, Istanbul, Turkey
“The Ottoman sultans originally built Feriye in the early 19th century, and today it is one of the premier restaurants in Istanbul. It’s located right on the water of the Bosphorus and features traditional Turkish cuisine. You can celebrate in a tent right on the water, perfect for arrival by boat or for viewing fireworks late at night.”
—David Stark, David Stark Design

 



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The Wedding Deck at Vail Mountain, Vail, Colorado
“The Wedding Deck at the top of Vail Mountain is nature’s best ballroom, especially when the aspen leaves change to a vibrant red. This spot is 1,000 feet above sea level and accessible only by gondola, so it’s not necessarily great for a huge wedding—though it’s incredibly majestic. You can start with sunset cocktails to take in the view, and then tuck into a warm tent for dinner and dancing. It’s important to make sure you have plenty of heaters, blankets, oxygen, and, of course, vodka on hand.”
—Bronson van Wyck, Van Wyck & Van Wyck

 

The Ranch at Rock Creek, Philipsburg, Montana
“Fall really is my favorite time on the Ranch. Located in the heart of western Montana on an authentic homestead, the Ranch at Rock Creek sits adjacent to the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest and the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness, which features stunning high-alpine vistas. This time of year, when the aspens are changing colors, your heart will stop. It is the perfect fall backdrop for tying the knot. Not to mention, an autumn ranch wedding wardrobe is fab.”
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Twin Farms, Barnard, Vermont
“Twin Farms in Barnard, Vermont, is a gorgeous 300-acre Relais & Chateaux property with panoramic views and a beautiful pond where you can have an intimate ceremony. There are also large open lawns available for setting up a warmly lit tent with perfect views of the autumn color. It’s the quintessential New England fall experience.”
—Ron Wendt, Ron Wendt Designs & Weddings

 

Château de Challain-la-Potherie, Challain-la-Potherie, France
“At the Château Challain, the grounds are particularly breathtaking in the fall. It is located just two hours outside of Paris and is a town studded with storybook villages and burnished castles. France’s longest river is also in Loire, and guests can enjoy boat rides before the wedding festivities, taking in the remarkable countryside.”
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The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch, Saratoga, Wyoming
“We have all heard of dude ranches, but Brush Creek is in its own league. There are numerous outdoor activities for guests like horseback riding and fly-fishing and campfire meals. It’s where the West really comes to life and a true feeling of togetherness emerges.”
—Yifat Oren, Yifat Oren and Associates

 

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9 Things Introverts Can Do To Make Their Weddings Less Overwhelming

Weddings can be a stressful, overwhelming time for anyone, but particularly for brides and grooms who identify as introverts. 

Why? Because typically, introverts aren’t comfortable being the center of attention. They try to avoid small talk and require quiet alone time to gain energy and recharge their batteries. This, of course, poses a big challenge during the wedding chaos: all eyes are on you, your second cousin twice removed is trying to chat your ear off and you’re surrounded by people. Constantly.

So we asked experts, wedding planners and brides to share their best tips on how introverts can stay cool, calm and collected throughout the planning process and especially on the big day. Take a deep breath and find out what they had to say below: 

1. For starters, plan a wedding that suits your personality — it can be as low-key as you want it to be. 

“Remember that the only thing that absolutely, positively must happen for a wedding to be successful is that you end up married at the end of the day,” Sophia Dembling, author of Introverts in Love: The Quiet Way to Happily Ever After, tells The Huffington Post. “So you can make your wedding anything you and your betrothed want: a quiet sunset ceremony on a beach or a small backyard family gathering. Even the frou-frou, attention-grabbing dress is optional. It’s your wedding, make it an event that will bring you true joy.” 

2. Opt to do a “first look” before the ceremony. 

“For introverted brides terrified of walking down the aisle, I recommend a first look with their partner before the ceremony,” wedding planner Tracie Domino of Tracie Domino Events says. “This private time between the two of you is incredibly sweet and allows you to experience seeing each other for the first time without all of your guests staring at you. Walking down the aisle will still be incredibly special, but you will feel like you are in it together this way.” 

3. Schedule some “you” time on the big day, so you can take a breather (or two).

“Introverts need some quiet time away from social activities, so make sure to take breaks throughout the day,” self-proclaimed introvert and founder of Intimate Weddings Christina Friedrichsen tells HuffPost. “This could mean escaping to the powder room or to a quiet place in your reception area. Having some quiet one-on-one time with your sweetie during the big day can also help you recharge.”

“And don’t feel bad about doing this,” Dembling says. “If you take little breaks, you’ll be able to keep going longer, without getting cranky.” 

4. It may sound like just one more thing on your already busy schedule, but consider planning a casual pre-wedding get-together with family and friends.

“This will sound counter-intuitive, but try to organize an event or informal gathering the day before the wedding so that you can see as many people as possible in advance,” Fusion anchor and recent bride Alicia Menendez says. “People are there to see and celebrate you and your partner, and if you maximize their opportunities to do that, it actually lowers the pressure on the big day.” 

5. Consider having a smaller bridal party. 

“Big bridal parties often lead to bigger problems,” Domino says. “From trying to find a dress that will fit everyone to one of your girls complaining that her hair appointment is too early, the less opinions the introverted bride has to deal with the better.”

“Keep your getting-ready squad as small as possible,” Menendez adds. “You’ll want and need that calm, quiet time before things really kick off.”

6. Limit the amount of input you’re getting from well-meaning friends and family — you’re the decision maker here! 

“If you involve mom and grandma and Aunt Jane and his mom and grandma and Aunt Jane too, while also getting ideas from friends and coworkers, you’ll be begging for head space before you know it,” Dr. Laurie Helgoe, psychologist and author of Introvert Power, says. “Introverts are good at listening and really thinking about what others say. When the ‘others’  become too many, there’s no room left for your own thoughts. Be selective.”

7. Skip the sweetheart table at the reception.

“Introverted brides tend to love the idea of a feasting table — where the bride and groom sit with the bridal party and their dates,” Domino recommends. “With this option, the bride and groom don’t feel as much like they are onstage and more like they are having a dinner party within the wedding reception with their closest friends.”

8. If you’re marrying an extrovert, let your partner do the talking.

“If your spouse-to-be is less introverted than you, let him or her take on more of a social role in the wedding,” Friedrichsen suggests. “This might mean he is the one that makes small talk with guests and thanks everyone for coming out. Also, your wedding attendants are great allies for fielding requests, making introductions and organizing people, which are all things introverts generally find difficult. A day-of coordinator or wedding planner can also help you deal with vendors, so you don’t have to.”

9. Make sure you have plenty of time to chill before and after the wedding. 

“Make a point of giving yourself at least a day of serious downtime before everything gets going so you can store up some energy,” Dembling says. “Then, if you don’t head out for your honeymoon right away, take another day or two after the last guest heads home to regroup and rest up. If you do leave for your honeymoon right away, try to schedule a few quiet days at the beginning to rest up before any sightseeing or other action.”

Remember: This may be the only time in your life that you will be surrounded by this many friends and family on both sides.

“Don’t fight it,” Dembling says. “Try to soak in the goodness of it. If anything is worth the effort, this is it. You can rest later.”

And who knows, it may turn out to be much easier and much more wonderful than you ever anticipated. 

“Here’s what I was not expecting,” Menendez says. “At some point, gratitude takes over and you are genuinely happy to be surrounded by so many people who you love and who love you.”

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25+ Random Thoughts All Couples Have At Weddings

 

“Whose wedding is this again?”

 ”Everyone’s looking at us like we’re supposed to get married now.”

Sound familiar? The Buzzfeed video above illustrates what couples think about at weddings, from the philosophical (“Who invented weddings?”) to the sentimental (“Marriage or not, as long as we’re in love that’s really all that matters.”)  

No judgement — we’ve all been there. 

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Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Doug Block ('51 Birch Street,' 'The Kids Grow Up') takes an intimate and poignant look at how marriages change over time as he revisits some of the most memorable couples whose weddings he filmed. This funny, insightful film juxtaposes rapturous wedding day flashbacks with remarkably candid present-day interviews of these older and wiser couples.

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Shotguns and Weddings

Let’s talk about weddings first. As a lover of freedom and equal rights, I am delighted that the Supreme Court rewrote the Constitution (essentially) to give all adults the contractual and legal rights of marriage.

But I couldn’t find a way to celebrate. For starters, as an old boss once said, “You don’t get a prize for doing what you’re supposed to do.” What actually happened here is that the country stopped being awful in one particular way. So, what is the right way to celebrate the cessation of being awful? As a member of the oppressor class in this situation (albeit not personally) I choose to recognize this great advance for humankind with fewer rainbows and more humility. My people (the straight majority) created a problem that should not have existed in the first place. And it took five non-elected people to fix that situation. Our government failed hard on this issue, even though I like the end result. I can’t be proud of the system in this case. But I do like the fact that when it came down to respecting the Constitution – a document made by slave-owners hundreds of years ago – the majority of the Supreme Court decided to ignore it and make up whatever argument got them to a more-equal world.

I have been watching the liberal world mock the dissenting justices’ opinions as if those opinions are ridiculous on the surface. Scalia, for example, notes that marriage is a bad place to look for a greater degree of individual freedom of expression. He’s right, obviously, but since judges vote along party lines, his argument is seen as nothing but a cover for bigotry. The hypnotist in me says all “reasons” are rationalizations and that our stated reasons only match up with common sense by coincidence now and then. In hypnosis class we learned that reason is the thin coat of paint we slather on our decisions after we make them. Scalia had a sound legal argument, but in a case such as this, no one really looks at the legal argument. Scalia was probably anti-gay-marriage from the start and found an argument to support it. The majority of the court presumably favored equal rights in this situation, and they had the power to ignore the weakness of arguments on their side. They did exactly that, which I appreciate.

So I love the decision of the Supreme Court in this case, but if we are being objective, it moves us closer to the Iranian model of government in which non-elected officials make the important decisions and the elected folks pick up the garbage and collect taxes. I say that in a way that sounds critical, but again, being objective, the Iranian style of government worked for us this time.

And I don’t see marriage equality as a victory for love. You don’t need the government to issue a license for love. Marriage is an issue of law, money, and dignity. That is important stuff, and everyone should have access to an equal amount of it. But lets leave love out of it. Love was never in the debate and it did not conquer anything.

Now let’s talk about guns.

I keep seeing graphs and statistics like this, showing that the United States has lots of gun murders and it also has lots of guns. Murder rates by country generally map directly to gun ownership rates. Countries with lots of guns have lots of murders. Therefore, goes the liberal logic, reducing the number of guns will reduce murder rates. And for some individual cases, that reasoning makes perfect sense. A person that has no access to a gun is less likely to shoot someone. I’ll give that a small “duh.”

But isn’t it also true that the reason Americans have so many guns is because there is a lot of violence to protect ourselves from? The only reason I want to own a gun is because I live in a violent country. Move me to Japan and I don’t need one. That point often gets overlooked. 

Another factor that is often overlooked in this debate is that countries with the lowest gun violence rates often have the least diversity. (I’m looking at you, Japan.) We like diversity in this country, but diversity comes with some rough edges. And frankly, a majority of Americans would probably prefer high gun violence in order to keep the vibrant melting pot that is us.

For the record, I am in favor of gun ownership with some common-sense restrictions. I am not well-informed on this issue, so I don’t know all the options being discussed. But I might favor a law that provides steep penalties for whoever makes a gun available to an eventual killer, either by carelessness or by commerce. And perhaps you can protect yourself from that pass-through liability by doing an optional background check, or asking the gun buyer to register. I don’t have an opinion on how practical that would be. I just think that if you make a lethal weapon available to an unstable racist, you need to take responsibility for that. At the moment, we ask crazy people to police themselves, and we see how that is working out.

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19 City Hall Weddings That Are Low-Key And Oh-So Lovely

Not every couple dreams of having some big, expensive blowout wedding with hundreds of guests. And planning an event of that scale is no easy (or affordable) feat, either.

That’s why many brides and grooms opt for intimate, low-key ceremonies at City Hall — effectively avoiding the hassle without sacrificing any of the love. Below, we’ve rounded up 19 City Hall wedding photos that prove that understated celebrations can be just as wonderful.

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Memories Pizza In Indiana Receives Donations After Backlash Over Gay Weddings Stance

An Indiana pizzeria under fire for saying it would refuse to cater a gay wedding shut down on Wednesday after its owners said they received threatening messages.

However, a GoFundMe page set up for Memories Pizza in Walkerton has raised more than $ 40,000 in just six hours.

The pizzeria made national headlines this week when its owners called the business a “Christian establishment” and said the state’s contentious Religious Freedom Restoration Act would allow it to refuse to make pizzas for a hypothetical gay wedding.

That led to a flood of angry reviews on Yelp as well as the threatening messages.

I don’t know if we will re-open, or if we can, if it’s safe to re-open,” co-owner Crystal O’Connor told TheBlaze, the news network run by conservative talk show host Glenn Beck. “We’re in hiding basically, staying in the house.”

The fundraiser was set up by Dana Loesch of TheBlaze, and Lawrence B. Jones III, a contributor to the network.

“Nobody should ever have to suffer or suffer alone for their faith, for standing up for Christian principles,” Loesch said on her broadcast.

Earlier in the day, Memories co-owner Kevin O’Conner said he would serve a gay customer in his store, but wouldn’t provide pizzas for a gay wedding.

That lifestyle is something they choose. I choose to be heterosexual,” O’Conner told ABC 57. “They choose to be homosexual. Why should I be beat over the head to go along with something they choose?”

O’Conner also told the Daily Beast that he had never been asked to cater a gay wedding.

“I don’t turn anybody away from the store, I don’t have a problem with gay people,” he was quoted as saying. “I just don’t condone the marriage.”

After the story went viral, the restaurant’s Yelp page quickly filled with negative reviews and images. However, those reviews will likely be removed as they do not describe a firsthand customer experience at the business.

“Non-germane, media-fueled reviews typically violate our Content Guidelines,” a Yelp spokesperson told The Huffington Post. “One of these deals with relevance. For example, reviews aren’t the place for rants about a business’s employment practices, political ideologies, extraordinary circumstances, or other matters that don’t address the core of the consumer experience.”

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If you’ve even glanced at Pinterest in the last couple of years you’ll know about the rise of the unconventional wedding. As we scroll through photo galleries of barn ceremonies occurring amidst burlap and straw, or mountain-top nuptials with breathtakingly green views, we can’t help but wonder — what would we wear to these unconventional weddings?

We’ve partnered with eBay Designer Collective to answer this question, creating outfits we think would be perfect for six popular, but unusual, settings. Scroll down to see some wedding-worthy outfits that go beyond the ballroom and chapel.


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11 Cats Who Loathe Weddings And Aren’t Afraid To Show It

When it comes to the title of “most wedding-friendly animal,” dogs pretty much have it on lockdown. They happily sport wedding attire, graciously carry out ring bearer duties and are all-around awesome at livening up the party (with only a few notable exceptions).

Cats, however, are less keen on the whole wedding thing. Below, we present 11 pieces of photographic evidence of just that:

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Real Weddings: Couples Who Got Married This Weekend (PHOTOS)

Memorial Day Weekend marks the unofficial start of summer, and many of our readers kicked off the season by throwing the most unforgettable party of their lives — their weddings (duh!).

Scroll down to see some real wedding moments captured by those who attended them. If you go to a wedding, tweet a photo to @HuffPostWedding or email it to us the Monday morning after so we can feature it on the site.

Check out more of this week’s Real Weddings photos in the slideshow below:

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The Fresh Color Palette I'm Loving for Summer Weddings. (Or: It's a Nice Day for a White-on-White Wedding)

Hey, summer brides: If Mother Nature is playing a starring role on your wedding day, you don't need to junk up the scenery with an explosion of colors. So if you're swapping vows at a…




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