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Long gone are the days when the families of the bride and groom would shell out the checkbooks and split wedding expenses old school according to the traditional plan. Today, there are many financial obligations for the big wedding and when it comes to splitting the bill there is no one option considered more appropriate than any other. Many scenarios differ from couple to couple, with different priorities or financial capabilities this mandates a less traditional method of financing their wedding. Whether your on a tight budget with a small venue in mind, or endless funds with numerous possibilities, choose Read More →

So you are guilty as charged, dubbed with the duty to organize a wild night out on the town for the bride to be and her gang of misfit women. Bachelor parties have been an age old tradition dating back generations to celebrate the last night of “freedom” before they take the plunge. Although we may not be in the dark ages anymore (thank goodness), we do still celebrate that last night of freedom with tom foolery and raunchy behavior, even women partake with their closest girlfriends. Wether its a drunken fest that includes police strippers and plastic penises for Read More →

Man Survives Fatal Fall, Decides to Tie the Knot on Christmas A Sacramento couple can withstand all the tests of love after a tragic accident left Tommy Jeglum in a 2 month long coma. Tommy fell from a telecommunications tower after a day on the job, the fall caused severe brain trauma which doctors gave Tommy a 10% chance of recovery. Luckily for Tommy he was in that 10%. He awoken from his coma and shortly after decided it was time to marry his girlfriend Regina. Regina told FOX40 “Now he is awake and getting better every day.” Tommy’s speech is Read More →