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The Greatest Wedding Reception Party Favors

November is just not one of many more widespread months for weddings, and if you have been invited to at least one, chances are you’ll end up wondering what on earth to wear. To keep it easy, have a father or mother-crafted invitation state, “To permit the bride and groom to start their lives off plentifully, please think about making your present a small monetary contribution.” This way you are not obligated to purchase a house or spend it on anything specific, and you still get the point across politely.

You don’t have to provide the reason for postponing the wedding on the announcement, but it surely’s fairly common to do so, especially if it’s an illness or dying in the household. Your wedding would be the largest occasion of your life filled with moments, and going for the traditional wedding attire positively will frame an necessary event in the … Read More

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Grand Party Hotel viewers left in tears as bride dies from terminal cancer just two months after her wedding

GRAND Party Hotel viewers were left in tears as a bride died just two months after her wedding.

After an emotional episode, a tribute appeared on screen dedicated to one of the hotel’s guests Kaylea who tragically died just a few short weeks after her wedding at the hotel was filmed.

Kaylea died of terminal cancer just weeks after she married the love of her life

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Kaylea died of terminal cancer just weeks after she married the love of her lifeCredit: BBC

The BBC One show that takes viewers behind the scenes of Liverpool’s Shankly Hotel and shares the poignant stories of the guests, paid tribute to Mark and Kaylea who tied the knot during the show.

The couple, who had been together for 14 years, made the heartbreaking decision to bring their wedding forward after Kaylea was diagnosed with terminal cancer.

During the moving episode Kaylea said she had been through “hell on earth” as doctors told her there was nothing more

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Mark Meadows Hosted Maskless Wedding Party in May: Report


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White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.

At a time when many couples are being forced to postpone their weddings to abide by state guidelines banning large gatherings and out of concern for their elderly relatives being exposed to the coronavirus, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows threw a “lavish” wedding party for his daughter in Atlanta.

The wedding was held in spite of the governor of Georgia’s executive order which required people in gathering in groups of 10 to maintaining six feet of distance at all times. The Constitution also reported that the event violated a mayorally issued 9 p.m. curfew.


Meadows’ Wedding Party Angered Atlanta’s Mayor & Some of the Event’s Workers

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Second warrant issued for Nashville Fashion House party host for failing to appear in court

A Nashville man facing multiple criminal charges in connection to a massive house party he threw during the coronavirus pandemic now has a second warrant out for his arrest.



the roof of a building: An East Nashville home known as the "Fashion House" was the scene of a large party on Aug. 1-2, 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, that caught the attention of Nashville authorities.


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An East Nashville home known as the “Fashion House” was the scene of a large party on Aug. 1-2, 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, that caught the attention of Nashville authorities.

Davidson County General Sessions Judge Dianne Turner issued a capias warrant Friday for Christopher “Shi” Eubank after he failed to appear in court for a hearing on three counts of violating emergency health orders.

Eubank, 40, was one of two men criminally charged after throwing an Aug. 1 rager on Fern Avenue. He has been free on bond since his Aug. 26 arrest and was due in court Friday for a settlement in the case at 8:30 a.m. 

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Second warrant issued for Nashville Fashion House party host

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A Nashville man facing multiple criminal charges in connection to a massive house party he threw during the coronavirus pandemic now has a second warrant out for his arrest.

Davidson County General Sessions Judge Dianne Turner issued a capias warrant Friday for Christopher “Shi” Eubank after he failed to appear in court for a hearing on three counts of violating emergency health orders.

Eubank, 40, was one of two men criminally charged after throwing an Aug. 1 rager on Fern Avenue. He has been free on bond since his Aug. 26 arrest and was due in court Friday for a settlement in the case at 8:30 a.m. 

Christopher Eubank (Photo: MNPD)

Eubank and Goodlettsville Dentist Jeff Mathews, 36, threw the “Fashion House” party that drew hundreds, violating health orders that limit social gatherings to 25 people and require social distancing and masks, Metro Nashville police said.

His co-defendant, Mathews,

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Library of Congress Acquires Archives of the National Women’s Party

The Library of Congress has acquired the remaining records of the National Women’s Party, adding substantially to its already sizable holdings relating to one of the major organizations that advocated for women’s suffrage.

The donation unites more than 300,000 documents, photographs, letters, broadsides, scrapbooks and other items relating to the party with another 200,000 items previously acquired by the library. The new materials relate to all stages of the party’s history, from its founders’ earlier involvement in feminist activism to the fight over the 19th Amendment to its decades of advocacy for the Equal Rights Amendment.

“American history is not complete without women’s history,” Carla Hayden, the librarian of Congress, said in a statement about the acquisition, which coincides with the women’s suffrage centennial. “We will be proud to make this historic collection of the National Women’s Party available to the nation.”

The National Women’s Party was founded in 1916

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Mel Reid hopes to keep the party going at Women’s PGA

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. (AP) — Mel Reid can be excused for feeling a bit sluggish when she woke up for a practice round at Aronimink. The fatigue carried over to the point where she wanted to blow off practice later in the day.

Winning a tournament — as Reid did Sunday at the ShopRite LPGA Classic for her first LPGA Tour title — can take a lot out of a player.

Reid soaked up the championship party, from leaving the course drenched in champagne to turning her Waterford crystal trophy into a keg and chugging beer out of it with caddie Ryan Desveaux.

Philly just might have to extend last call at McGillin’s.

“We obviously partied quite hard on Sunday,” Reid said on Wednesday. “Des, more than me. I was trying to be a little more sensible.”

For good reason. Reid, a 33-year-old from England, is among the contenders to

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Police officer dismissed for holding wedding party amid pandemic – Wed, October 7 2020

The North Sumatra Police have dismissed Adj. Comr. Bobi Vaski Pranata from his position as Serdang Bedagai Police’s intelligence unit chief after he held a wedding reception despite the coronavirus pandemic and ignoring health protocols and physical distancing. 

 

Bobi’s dismissal came after a video of his wedding party, held on Sept. 26 in a building in Labuhan Batu regency, North Sumatra, made the rounds on social media. In the video that later went viral, the married couple and the guests were seen without masks and purportedly with no physical distancing. 

 

The North Sumatra Police have confirmed the authenticity of the video, which led to the first dismissal of a police officer in the region for a violation of health protocols. 

 

“The police officer who held the wedding reception has been sanctioned. He has been dismissed from his post as the intelligence unit chief,” North Sumatra Police spokesperson Sr. Comr. Tatan

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Russian bride is beaten to death by her husband ‘in jealous rage’ at their wedding party

Russian bride is beaten to death by her husband ‘in jealous rage’ at their wedding party: Newlywed ‘thought she could tame groom who had previous murder conviction’

  • Stepan Dolgikh, 33, attacked the bride at an alcohol-fuelled wedding party
  • Oksana Poludentseva, 36, had believed she could help to reform the convict
  • But he flew into a drunken rage and accused her of ‘behaving incorrectly’
  • Dolgikh dumped his bride in a ravine not far from the Siberian village

A Russian bride has been beaten to death by her husband in a ‘jealous rage’ at their wedding party after she believed she could ‘tame’ the convicted murderer groom.

Stepan Dolgikh, 33, has been detained on suspicion of beating wife Oksana Poludentseva, 36, to death on their wedding day in the Siberian village of Prokudskoye. 

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Home in Charleston, Judge Richard Fields turns 100, gets surprise party and special gift | News

Usually, he knows when something’s up.

Retired judge Richard E. Fields has accumulated enough accomplishments and gained enough insights during his long life to preempt most surprises.

But Thursday afternoon, on the occasion of Fields’ 100th birthday, family, friends, colleagues, clerks and legislators honored him in front of his West Ashley home with cheers, expressions of gratitude and a special announcement.



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Judge Richard Fields, 100, is escorted to the center of a surprise birthday celebration on Thursday. Adam Parker/Staff




Circuit Judge Deadra Jefferson of Charleston, who now holds Fields’ seat on the bench, introduced the legislative delegation, which included Sens. Marlon Kimpson and Larry Grooms and Reps. David Mack and Wendell Gilliard. She called her mentor “a giant pillar in the community.” Then, addressing him directly, she said, “Many people stand on your shoulders.”

Grooms read the proclamation: The S.C. Department of Transportation has designated Spring Street on

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