For Sean and Natalie Murtaugh, their internet vows were anything but planned. Sean is originally from London and his wife Natalie is from Australia. The couple had a civil ceremony in Brisbane and were planning on flying back to the UK to celebrate with family and friends yesterday.
This recent New York Times article talks about the growing popularity of cruise weddings. More and more couples are getting married at sea – the number has increased a whopping 60% in the last decade, according to the Cruise Lines International Association.
The most recent blog to catch our attention is BridePOP, a wedding blog written by a group of brides, providing wedding-related content of all sorts – funny, inspirational, noteworthy – for your enjoyment. Learn more about BridePOP:
Greg Rewis and Stephanie Sullivan are a couple who live and work online quite a bit. Greg proposed to Stephanie via Twitter a couple years ago (they were in a long-distance relationship at the time). That was definitely out-of-the-ordinary for most people.
The Boston 411 Home and Bridal Show was a notorious recent scam which duped brides and vendors for thousands of dollars in ticket and booth fees for a fake show. Creative Marketing Results of Plymouth is hosting a free show for the scammed brides and vendors at Plimoth Plantation this Sunday – and yes, this one is real.