Even though divorce rates have been dropping, we still have divorce ceremonies and other ridiculous ways to spend money to celebrate something that shouldn’t be celebrated.
The AutoWed is a novelty wedding machine offering a quick hitch, a couple of rings and a personalized certificate for just $1.
Street sales aren’t the only source of revenue for the gourmet food trucks that have taken the city by storm in a few years.
More than two-thirds of brides-to-be want some part of the wedding to be “green.” And Kate Harrison, founder and CEO of Green Life Guides, is there to serve them.
Marriage in the Sky is hosted on a platform, where 20 guests are strapped into aircraft-like seats and suspended at a height of 50 meters.
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“Literally, this market is just exploding,” said publisher Upendra Mishra.
In addition to offering a traditional album, a growing number of wedding photographers are starting to sell Apple iPad computer tablets, pre-loaded with hundreds of photos and video of the couple’s engagement, wedding and reception – some with lavish digital layouts and multi-media presentations.
Having been around weddings for as long as she can remember, Julie Tweedt, 25, knows that, unfortunately, what often is a couple’s most joyous occasion also can be the most stressful.
Over 250,000 weddings are called off every year.