01
Dec 14

Heritage Couture Wedding Gown Cleaning and Preservation

Online video Score: / 5


03
Nov 14

Wedding Gown Preservation testimonial for BridalKare International’s Service

Video Score: 5 / 5


06
Oct 14

JOCELYN wedding gown pieces, now for sale. PLUS LACE!

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10
Sep 14

Groom ran away from the Saltspring Island wedding cerempny to prison

A groom spent the night of his wedding in jail instead with his beloved after a court judge last week issued a warrant for his arrest because of his inability to pay around US$ 7000 in child maintenance. Claire Fresneda and Shai Topaz planned to tie the knot on Beddis Beach on Saltspring Island back on Saturday.
But as Fresneda waited in her marriage attire for Shai Topaz to get to the ceremony, he was encircled by the RCMP officers, whisked off away in his linen to Saltspring detachment, after that taken by police vessel to Victoria police station.
The forty seven year old dad of two kids who works for na international communications firm told that he begged them to let me to at least see his bride and to have some compassion, instead, he was taken into custody and his bride was not even told about that.
The time when he was taken into custody, Shai had 4 warrants out for his arrest – 2 were unendorsed warrants that mean the judge wanted him to come before her; 2 were warrants of committal that means he had to either pay money owed or spend time in jail.
Darren Lagan, an RCMP spokesman, stated that all needed the police to bring Mr. Topaz before the courts without any delay. The judge’s instructions on these particular warrants was very clear — find Mr. Topaz, arrest and detain him and bring him before the court.

A groom spent the night of his wedding in jail instead with his beloved after a court judge last week issued a warrant for his arrest because of his inability to pay around US$ 7000 in child maintenance. Claire Fresneda and Shai Topaz planned to tie the knot on Beddis Beach on Saltspring Island back on Saturday.

But as Fresneda waited in her marriage attire for Shai Topaz to get to the ceremony, he was encircled by the RCMP officers, whisked off away in his linen to Saltspring detachment, after that taken by police vessel to Victoria police station.

The forty seven year old dad of two kids who works for na international communications firm told that he begged them to let me to at least see his bride and to have some compassion, instead, he was taken into custody and his bride was not even told about that.

The time when he was taken into custody, Shai had 4 warrants out for his arrest – 2 were unendorsed warrants that mean the judge wanted him to come before her; 2 were warrants of committal that means he had to either pay money owed or spend time in jail.

Darren Lagan, an RCMP spokesman, stated that all needed the police to bring Mr. Topaz before the courts without any delay. The judge’s instructions on these particular warrants was very clear — find Mr. Topaz, arrest and detain him and bring him before the court.


07
Sep 14

Jacqueline Fernandez Wears A Wedding Gown At Bridal Fashion Week

Video Rating: 0 / 5


10
Aug 14

Choosing your Perfect Wedding Dress with Alarice!

Video Ranking: 5 / five


07
Aug 14

Couple uses drone for their wedding snaps

Some couples are snatching wedding photography to a whole new level by engaging drones for their wedding snaps, but utilizing the technology for wedding might be flying in the face of the law, reported a leading news channel.  Chad Feller and Emily Sieverding – both grew up in a small town in Iowa. When the the couple got engaged, they wanted their snaps to reach a new level.
Chad Feller told that weddings are quite typical – the same place and the same thing – this drone photography would just bring something new that this place has never seen before. Emily added that they are expecting awesome snaps.
The pair hired Dale Steirman as their photographer after they spotted a technique that he used to click the big day. Feller told that they saw it on Facebook – seen pictures of this – the wedding he did up there and thought, that is kind of neat, they must email him make sure that he brings that to their wedding.
Setting everything – Chad and Emily invited one non-traditional thing to their wedding that too place previous weekend – a drone. In fact, Dale is one the very first wedding photographers in the United States to use drone fitted with a camera to click wedding snaps.
The photographer told tat their brides absolutely love it, they are getting one of a kind snaps that could not be clicked without it.

Some couples are snatching wedding photography to a whole new level by engaging drones for their wedding snaps, but utilizing the technology for wedding might be flying in the face of the law, reported a leading news channel.  Chad Feller and Emily Sieverding – both grew up in a small town in Iowa. When the the couple got engaged, they wanted their snaps to reach a new level.

Chad Feller told that weddings are quite typical – the same place and the same thing – this drone photography would just bring something new that this place has never seen before. Emily added that they are expecting awesome snaps.

The pair hired Dale Steirman as their photographer after they spotted a technique that he used to click the big day. Feller told that they saw it on Facebook – seen pictures of this – the wedding he did up there and thought, that is kind of neat, they must email him make sure that he brings that to their wedding.

Setting everything – Chad and Emily invited one non-traditional thing to their wedding that too place previous weekend – a drone. In fact, Dale is one the very first wedding photographers in the United States to use drone fitted with a camera to click wedding snaps.

The photographer told tat their brides absolutely love it, they are getting one of a kind snaps that could not be clicked without it.


13
Jul 14

Wedding Gown Preservation Animation presented by Victoria’s Bridal Couture

Video Score: / five


20
Jun 14

Surfing champ Layne Beachley appealing for help after losing her wedding ring at Freshwater Beach

Layne Beachley, the former women’s world surfing champ, is now asking to visitors to the Freshwater Beach to keep an eye for her beloved wedding ring that she lost earlier. The Queenscliff native is really devastated after her wedding band slipped from when she was surfing at southern corner of the beach.
She told that she had decided it was her last wave, then she got clipped and thrown into the whitewash and felt the ring slip off her finger. Later she tweeted: “Anyone swimming or surfing out at Freshwater please keep an eye out for my wedding ring!! Lost this arvo while surfing. #devastated”
When she lost the ring, she was looking for it as a penguin. This was really a beautiful piece of jewelry and she desperately misses that.
Kirk Pengilly, Beachley’s husband, of INXS, gave her the 1.35 carat diamond band in the year 2008 for their engagement. And it became a wedding ring when the pair got married after two years. The couple expected to look out the beach once again tomorrow morning at 7am.
They would reportedly use a metal detector that proved very successful in getting it in 2010 when Layne lost the ring at Athol Bay, Mosman. The former surfing champ got several messages online in support for her search. She told that she is grateful to people, who are concerned and sending messages of support. This is great that people are ready to share their pain and stories.

Layne Beachley, the former women’s world surfing champ, is now asking to visitors to the Freshwater Beach to keep an eye for her beloved wedding ring that she lost earlier. The Queenscliff native is really devastated after her wedding band slipped from when she was surfing at southern corner of the beach.

She told that she had decided it was her last wave, then she got clipped and thrown into the whitewash and felt the ring slip off her finger. Later she tweeted: “Anyone swimming or surfing out at Freshwater please keep an eye out for my wedding ring!! Lost this arvo while surfing. #devastated”

When she lost the ring, she was looking for it as a penguin. This was really a beautiful piece of jewelry and she desperately misses that.

Kirk Pengilly, Beachley’s husband, of INXS, gave her the 1.35 carat diamond band in the year 2008 for their engagement. And it became a wedding ring when the pair got married after two years. The couple expected to look out the beach once again tomorrow morning at 7am.

They would reportedly use a metal detector that proved very successful in getting it in 2010 when Layne lost the ring at Athol Bay, Mosman. The former surfing champ got several messages online in support for her search. She told that she is grateful to people, who are concerned and sending messages of support. This is great that people are ready to share their pain and stories.