Wedding photographer saves downing toddler

On Saturday, a wedding photographer saved a drowning five-year-old at Estuary Beach in Port Edward, in the midst of a wedding ceremony. Chantelle Botha said that it was really a great feeling when you save a kid.

She could not remember what exactly triggered her to turn around and have a look. She saw two bigger kids trying to pull out a kid out of the water. Looking at that, she just dropped her camera and ran to save the kid’s life. When she got the little boy, she had no pulse. Then she got a faint pulse.

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Couple relishes 70th marriage anniversary in Grand Rapids

When the Second World War was going on, seventy years earlier, a couple from Michigan took their wedding vows and sealed their love with a kiss. Well, after 7 decades, they are still together and things are still going strong.

Rick Hicks and Beverly Hicks, both 91 years old, celebrated their seventieth wedding anniversary earlier on Sunday at Cygnus 27 in Grand Rapids. The couple went back to Amway Grand Plaza Hotel. Why? Well they had their honeymoon at the Pantlind Hotel.

Rick Hicks was a pilot in the Second World War and during a 4-day leave before shipping to fly B-29 fighter jets in the Pacific, he came back home and planned the marriage with his high school love. They came to Pantlind Hotel for their marriage Rick shipped off immediately after that. Beverly said that he came home on Monday, and they filled the chapel on Thursday.

Hire a professional for your wedding photography

If you’re a couple who has recently been engaged, you must be worried about a million things. Hiring a professional for your wedding picture should be one of the top things on your mind as well. You could find various advantages if you’re hiring a photographer for a wedding in Warwickshire, UK you will definitely be able to cherish your wedding photos and videos.

Is Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger getting serious about wedding?

The loved up couple Patrick Schwarzenegger and Miley Cyrus were recently spotted out as they were about for a casual stroll. As per a recent report, the pop singer even got distracted momentarily during the walk, when she saw a marriage attire in one of the shopping hotspots.

A leading entertainment website published a snap of the couple taking a little look at the window of the shop as they were in Beverly Hills on 16th December, Tuesday. During the casual date, the twenty-two year old singer just could not resist taking a glance at the beautiful, strapless wedding gown being showcased by the shop’s window. Even his boyfriend, the 21 year old model, checked out the attire as they walked across by the shop.

Alfred Angelo for Disney introduces Queen Elsa-inspired wedding gown

Disney’s Frozen, arguable the most successful animation picture ever, got its way on the runway at the International Bridal Week, this weekend, in New York City. Finally, the Design house Alfred Angelo revealed the Elsa inspired marriage dress it made for Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings assemblage, and was not the only label to take inspiration from the ‘Snow Queen.’
Top names including Theia, Houghton, Anne Barge and Johanna Johnson sent their models swimming down the runway in icy silks as well as pale blue hues as part of its 2015 spring/summer collections. Alfred Angelo’s highly expected Elsa dress, known as the Queen of Arendelle, was declared in September and exhibited at the Bridal Week targeted smatterings of fake snow.
A character such as Elsa is a great inspiration for any designer, said Alfred Angelo’s Chief Creative Officer Michele Piccione, last month. He added that she is elegant and beautiful and elegant, and her inner beauty shines through when she is ultimately not afraid to embrace who she is with confidence and poise.
The strapless attire that would go on sale in 2015 January, carries a sweetheart neckline, a wispy train, and subtle layers of satin, tulle, glitter net and organza. Meanwhile, Johanna Johnson’s collection had frothy tulle, twinkling silver embellishments and shimmering blue silks. The Frozen dress of Alfred Angelo might have been the highlight of the show, but Elsa was not the only Disney favorite to enliven a wedding wedding gown this season.

Disney’s Frozen, arguable the most successful animation picture ever, got its way on the runway at the International Bridal Week, this weekend, in New York City. Finally, the Design house Alfred Angelo revealed the Elsa inspired marriage dress it made for Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings assemblage, and was not the only label to take inspiration from the ‘Snow Queen.’

Top names including Theia, Houghton, Anne Barge and Johanna Johnson sent their models swimming down the runway in icy silks as well as pale blue hues as part of its 2015 spring/summer collections. Alfred Angelo’s highly expected Elsa dress, known as the Queen of Arendelle, was declared in September and exhibited at the Bridal Week targeted smatterings of fake snow.

A character such as Elsa is a great inspiration for any designer, said Alfred Angelo’s Chief Creative Officer Michele Piccione, last month. He added that she is elegant and beautiful and elegant, and her inner beauty shines through when she is ultimately not afraid to embrace who she is with confidence and poise.

The strapless attire that would go on sale in 2015 January, carries a sweetheart neckline, a wispy train, and subtle layers of satin, tulle, glitter net and organza. Meanwhile, Johanna Johnson’s collection had frothy tulle, twinkling silver embellishments and shimmering blue silks. The Frozen dress of Alfred Angelo might have been the highlight of the show, but Elsa was not the only Disney favorite to enliven a wedding wedding gown this season.

Explosion in resort ruins Canadian couple’s wedding

A dream destination wedding of a Canadian couple in Dominican Republic became into a nightmare situation after an explosion at the resort they were staying in. Even months after the blast tore apart the Dreams Punta Cana, the guests told that they were not very satisfied with the response of the resort to the incident or the explanation as to what was the cause of the explosion.
One of the wedding guests told that when you see the big shards of glass at our table, you realize how serious an incident this was and how fortunate they are that they were not more seriously injured. A family from Calgary is warning travelers that they may not get the help they would anticipate when going into trouble when traveling abroad.
An explosion hit the 5 star resort on 10th May 10, just a day after a Calgary pair celebrated their wedding with around seventy guests. The bride’s dad Brad Laforge told while the marriage day was just perfect, things took a frightening turn the following night. He heard the explosion, felt a shockwave and saw an orange glow and heat coming at them.
Snaps from the explosion scene show that the ceiling collapsed inside a restaurant and debris covered the tables and a raging fire just outside the establishment. They said that they were left in an attempt to locate their loved ones on their own. That time there were no security or management persons to help them.

A dream destination wedding of a Canadian couple in Dominican Republic became into a nightmare situation after an explosion at the resort they were staying in. Even months after the blast tore apart the Dreams Punta Cana, the guests told that they were not very satisfied with the response of the resort to the incident or the explanation as to what was the cause of the explosion.

One of the wedding guests told that when you see the big shards of glass at our table, you realize how serious an incident this was and how fortunate they are that they were not more seriously injured. A family from Calgary is warning travelers that they may not get the help they would anticipate when going into trouble when traveling abroad.

An explosion hit the 5 star resort on 10th May 10, just a day after a Calgary pair celebrated their wedding with around seventy guests. The bride’s dad Brad Laforge told while the marriage day was just perfect, things took a frightening turn the following night. He heard the explosion, felt a shockwave and saw an orange glow and heat coming at them.

Snaps from the explosion scene show that the ceiling collapsed inside a restaurant and debris covered the tables and a raging fire just outside the establishment. They said that they were left in an attempt to locate their loved ones on their own. That time there were no security or management persons to help them.