Brad Pitt On Wedding To Angelina Jolie: ‘No Plans Yet’

Ever since Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie announced their engagement in April, there have been plenty of rumors about their wedding, and when it comes to their nuptials, you can’t believe everything you read.

First it was reported that the couple were planning to secretly tie the knot at Chateau Miraval in France in early August, but that didn’t happen. Then came rumors the couple had already picked out an array of wines for their big day, including a rosé called “Pink Floyd.”

With such specific details in these rumors, they only seem more ridiculous now that Pitt has set the record straight.

E! News reports that while attending a screening of his new film, “Killing Them Softly,” in London, Pitt told reporters, who were eager to learn just a few simple details of their wedding plans, exactly what they didn’t want to hear:

“No plans yet. Other than, we’re gonna do it,” he told the press.

The couple have been together since 2005, have six adorable children together and, apparently, are in no rush to make things official.

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    Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie attend ‘In the Land Of Blood And Honey’ Pairs premiere on February 16, 2012 in Paris, France.

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    US actress and director Angelina Jolie (L) and her partner US actor Brad Pitt pose on the red carpet to attend the premiere of her film ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’ (Au pays du sang et du miel) on February 16, 2012 in Paris. Jolie present her first movie as director, ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’ , a film about the women’s situation during the Bosnian war.

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    US actress and director Angelina Jolie and her partner US actor Brad Pitt pose on the red carpet prior to the premiere of her film ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’ (Au pays du sang et du miel) on February 16, 2012 in Paris. Jolie present her first movie as director, ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’ , a film about the women’s situation during the Bosnian war.

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    US actress and director Angelina Jolie and her partner US actor Brad Pitt pose on the red carpet to attend the premiere of her film ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’ (Au pays du sang et du miel) on February 16, 2012 in Paris. Jolie present her first movie as director, ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’ , a film about the women’s situation during the Bosnian war.

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    Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt attend the Cinema for Peace Gala ceremony at the Konzerthaus Am Gendarmenmarkt during day five of the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival on February 13, 2012 in Berlin, Germany.

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    Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie attend the Cinema for Peace Gala at the Konzerthaus Am Gendarmenmarkt during day five of the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival on February 13, 2012 in Berlin, Germany.

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    US actress Angelina Jolie and US actor Brad Pitt wave to fans as they arrive for the ‘Cinema for Peace’ gala taking place on the sidelines of the Berlinale film festival on February 13, 2012 in Berlin. Since 2002 Cinema for Peace has been a worldwide initiative, promoting humanity through film while inviting members of the international film community to attend the annual Cinema for Peace Award-Gala-Night during the Berlin International Film Festival.

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    Us actress and director Angela Jolie (L) and US actor Brad Pitt pose for photographers at the premiere of the film ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’ on February 11, 2012 in Berlin. The 62nd Berlinale, the first major European film festival of the year, kicked off on February 9, 2012, with 23 productions screening in the main showcase.

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    Brad Pitt and director Angelina Jolie attend the ‘In The Land Of Blood And Honey’ Premiere during day three of the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele on February 11, 2012 in Berlin, Germany.

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    US actress and director Angelina Jolie (R) and US actor Brad Pitt pose for photographers at the premiere of the film ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’ on February 11, 2012 in Berlin. The 62nd Berlinale, the first major European film festival of the year, kicked off on February 9, 2012, with 23 productions screening in the main showcase.

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    Actors Brad Pitt (L) and Angelina Jolie arrive at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 29, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.

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    Actor Brad Pitt (L) and actress Angelina Jolie arrive at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 29, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.

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    Actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie arrive to the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California on January 29, 2012.

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    Actress Angelina Jolie (L) and actor Brad Pitt attend the 23rd Annual Producers Guild Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 21, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California.

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    Actress Angelina Jolie (L) and actor Brad Pitt arrive at the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 15, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California.

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    Actors Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt pose on the red carpet for the 69th annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, January 15, 2012.

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    Actors Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt attend the 2011 New York Film Critics Circle awards at Crimson on January 9, 2012 in New York City.

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    Actors Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt arrive at the 2012 Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 7, 2012 in Palm Springs, California.

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    Actor Brad Pitt (L) and Writer/Director Angelina Jolie arrive at the ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’ premiere held at ArcLight Cinemas on December 8, 2011 in Hollywood, California.

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    Director/actor Angelina Jolie and actor Brad Pitt pose for a photo during the premiere of ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’ at the School of Visual Arts on December 5, 2011 in New York City.

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A Special Day (Online)

With attention to detail a wedding planner might envy, Mr. Dale texted guests; reminded them in person as they arrived for the Aug. 6, 2011, ceremony; and messaged television stars including Jimmy Fallon and Kim Kardashian, hoping for a retweet.

The celebrities did not respond, but Mr. Dale achieved his goal: to win the Twitter popularity contest known as trending.

“It felt like something we could do that was once-in-a-lifetime special,” Mr. Dale, 25, said of the effort.

Mr. Masse, 25, who does not have phone numbers for some of his friends but communicates via Twitter direct message, said the hashtag’s trending “was just supercool.”

He added: “I’m a pretty chill person and if anything huge happens I try to downplay it. When the photographer told us” — he had set up his phone to receive alerts — “I actually hugged Ed and we all stood up and cheered.”

What to get the social-media savvy couple who have everything (including all the Facebook “likes” they could ever need)? Increasingly, pals are pitching in to try to make a wedding hashtag trend locally.

(Last year’s British royal wedding was the only one ever to trend internationally; only televised weddings like Ms. Kardashian’s last year and a fictional one on the show “Gossip Girl” tend to trend nationally.)

Twitter does not track local or personalized trends and has no way to search them historically (if it happens, take a screenshot, pronto), said Alexandra Valasek, a spokeswoman. But judging by a search of “wedding trending” plus the requests for help in celebrity Twitter feeds, the trend is, well, trending.

“My best friends are getting gay married. @billmaher will you rt? You can come but there’s no more chicken paillard. #weddingofthecentury,” tweeted @ScottDuquette, who also appealed to Joan Rivers and Ellen Barkin. None responded, though trend-seekers take note: the company’s algorithm favors sheer numbers of people using the hashtag, meaning Grandma’s tweet is as helpful as, say, Lady Gaga’s.

Success is easier in a town than in a city, because the change in ratio of users talking about a topic is what makes it trend, Ms. Valasek said.

“We thought maybe we could do it because what else would be going on,” said Jason Burt, 30, whose successful scheme to make #chopchop #lozanowedding trend in the Detroit suburb Northville, Mich., included reminding friends with dormant Twitter accounts how to use the service. (“Chop-chop” is a refrain of the groom, Carlos Lozano, who is early everywhere.)

The online popularity crown is unlikely to replace traditional presents, but couples prize it because it can’t be registered for, much less bought, and asking for it would be like requesting a surprise party.

“I think I wanted to ask for it but I didn’t,” Burt Herman, 39, said of e-mails he sent to guests that included the hashtag for his Feb. 19 wedding. (Mr. Herman, a founder of Storify, had created the hashtag because he planned to use his company’s narrative-building platform to assemble a social media wedding album.)

Making a hashtag trend is delicate business, especially if the couple learn a campaign is on.

“It’s their day: you don’t want to disappoint them or have them feel bad if no one responds,” said Ari Brock, 35, who debated starting an effort via his best man’s speech at the Oct. 9, 2011, wedding of Aaron Snyder, 34, and Jamie Light, 30.

The couple met on Twitter in 2009, when the groom noticed the bride’s consistently funny missives when he searched the Los Angeles Dodgers hashtag. Mr. Brock feared not enough guests were on Twitter, so he asked the company if it might honor the tweethearts. Jack Dorsey, a founder, obliged: “@JamieLight and @asnyd may you always follow each other.”

Gretchen and Bill Voth, who married in Charlotte, N.C., on June 18, 2011, are obsessed with Twitter, said Mr. Voth, 33, a social media consultant who sent missives while waiting near the altar. But the ceremony was distraction enough that the pair did not learn of Operation Trend until #vothwedding made the list.

“We had nothing to do with its initiation or even feeding the beast,” said Ms. Voth, 31. “We got to sit back and watch the public display of love.”

The hashtag trending, she added, “was one of the best, most unique gifts our friends could give us.”

Is Bachelorette the next Bridesmaids?


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Wedding theme? Ensemble cast? Gross-out humor? Check, check, check. The new bridal film has some moviegoers hoping for a repeat of the 2011 box-office smash

Though they appear to be cut from the same cloth, Bachelorette is a darker, more cynical version of the popular 2011 comedy Bridesmaids.

Though they appear to be cut from the same cloth, Bachelorette is a darker, more cynical version of the popular 2011 comedy Bridesmaids. Photo: Facebook.com/Bachelorette

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Moviegoers could be forgiven for experiencing deja vu after seeing the trailer for Bachelorette, which hits theaters today. The film, based on a play of the same name by Leslye Headland, superficially resembles 2011′s Kristen Wiig-starring smash hit Bridesmaids: It’s a comedy about the events leading up a wedding, it stars an ensemble cast of young women, and both movies feature actress Rebel Wilson in a supporting role. But does Bachelorette have the X factor that earned Bridesmaids rave reviews and massive box-office? Or is it just another failed example of Hollywood’s cookie-cutter approach?

It’s a darker, leaner BridesmaidsBachelorette will probably perform at least decently at the box office because of that other “female-driven, wedding-comedy,” but it’s a “brisker, cattier creation” than Bridesmaids, says William Goss at Film.com. Bachelorette is even “more of an ensemble effort,” with stars Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher, and Lizzy Caplan playing a trio locked into “a mutual superiority complex that has kept them friends after all these years.” Though the film’s more sentimental ending isn’t totally convincing after its first two “manic” acts, there are plenty of “funny failures” along the way.
“Review: The free-wheeling women of Bachelorette throw a pretty good party”

It’s an empty, ugly wannabe Bridesmaids: Though Bachelorette goes out of its way to shock audiences with gross-out humor, the most off-putting aspect of the movie “is how desperate the filmmakers are to exploit other people’s ideas,” says Elizabeth Weitzman at the New York Daily News. Bachelorette cribs liberally from Bridesmaids, but “where Bridesmaids had real heart,” Bachelorette “is absolutely empty at its core.” And even the film’s few strengths are wasted: Though Bachelorette‘s “cast is uniformly strong,” there isn’t “a single character whom we can actually like. “Do yourself a favor, and watch Bridesmaids again instead.”
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It isn’t the next Bridesmaids — and it’s not trying to be: “It would be a mistake to call Bachelorette the next Bridesmaids,” says Chloe Angyal at The Atlantic. In fact, it’s not even really a comedy; Bachelorette is “a good deal darker,” with a cynical tone that “comes at the expense of laughs and broad appeal.” Over the course of the movie, Bachelorette‘s three main characters “confront serious issues like eating disorders, abortion, and suicide. And unlike Bridesmaids, there is no “best-friends-forever-no-matter-what” message to undercut the satire. Consequently, Bachelorette clearly isn’t “destined to be the kind of global phenomenon that Bridesmaids was.”
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UK’s National Wedding Show to Feature Fairtrade & Fairmined Gold

RAPAPORT… The Fairtrade Foundation and the Alliance for Responsible Mining will participate in the National Wedding Show in London, September 28 to 30 at Earls Court, to  build upon their mission of engaging the bridal market with Fairtrade Fairmined gold. The Fairtrade Foundation is planning a competition where jewelry designers will be on hand to help design a bespoke engagement or wedding ring.

Recently, the first Fairtrade Fairmined certified gold arrived at Ingle Rhode and SP Trading, both in the U.K.,  from The Comunidad Aurifera Relave S.A (The Relave Gold Community) or AURELSA, in Peru. AURELSA received Fairtrade Fairmined gold certification in May 2012 and is only the fifth gold producer in the world to obtain Fairtrade Fairmined status.

Tim Ingle, co-founder of Ingle Rhode, said, ”This historic first shipment reflects the continued increase in consumer demand for jewelry made with certified Fairtrade Fairmined gold, and AURELSA will significantly improve availability of this type of product to both jewelers and consumers.”

Additionally, Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery was commissioned to design certified Fairtrade Fairmined gold earrings inspired by the fairtrade mark from a customer who was passionate about fairtrade issues. These handmade 18-karat rose and yellow gold earrings were set with a brilliant-cut topaz and a brilliant-cut peridot, which complement the colors used in the fairtrade mark.

Jeweler Pravins created a collection of Fairtrade Fairmined  gold jewelry with seven contemporary, classic pendant designs. Rachel Helen Designs also launched an ethical alternative to conventional gold for wedding and engagement with the new Briar Rose collection, a selection of limited-edition wedding and engagement rings that can be set with any stone and made with 18-karat Fairtrade Fairmined gold.

Families file theft complaints against evicted Flower Mound wedding planner

FLOWER MOUND – North Texas couples planning the perfect wedding are now planning to file criminal complaints. Flower Mound Police now have nearly two-dozen cases after the couples’ paid-for venue suddenly closed last month.

Kelly Burkhardt and her groom had to get married Saturday. Both started new jobs this week. But two weeks ago, their wedding plans fell apart when Janice Falkenstein of Chapel des Fleurs, sent them and dozens of other couples a devastating email. The building owners evicted Falkenstein because of late rent payments.

Burkhardt and other families paid more than $10,000 each for their weddings.

“They took our money and we got nothing for it,” said Greg Getting, another Bride’s father. “And there’s been no communications as to returning the money. And the only way it looks like we’re going to do it is to file charges.”

A Flower Mound police spokesman said 22 families filed criminal complaints against Falkenstien. The most recent is Sharla Burkhardt, who says she wants justice, not a civil lawsuit. 

“I don’t want to spend another dime on her, on an attorney, a lawyer or nothing,” said Burkhardt. “I’m done.”

Getting also plans on filing a theft complaint with police. 

“I don’t want to do it,” said Getting. “I don’t like to do it. I think it’s the right thing to do, not only to help myself, but to help the other ones involved who are probably less fortunate than I am.”

The Burkhardt and Getting weddings did take place at Chapel des Fluers this past weekend on the days they were planned, thanks to the building owners, some understanding vendors and a new event planner who plans on buying the building. 

“We’re keeping their days and we’re working with their vendors and we’re trying to make sure they get their wedding, pretty much at a discount price,” said Carrie Ehlert, who works with the new planner.

Flower Mound Police are taking theft reports. They said they will turn them all over to the Denton County District Attorney’s office, which will conduct its own investigation.

Are Wedding Blogs Ruining Your Wedding?

Whenever I give advice on how to pull off a fabulous wedding on a budget I always include a strange tip: STOP reading wedding blogs. The tip is strange because of course, I write a wedding blog, and usually I’m giving this advice on other wedding blogs. My rationale though is that once you have your wedding planned, you need to stop coming up with new ideas for it. Those new ideas cost money and scrapping your old ideas costs money.

I’m starting to wonder though if I should begin to add that advice to all wedding planning. I’m beginning to worry that rather than help brides and grooms in their planning, the huge amount of wedding planning advice and photographs available on blogs is actually hurting couples trying to make realistic and thoughtful decisions.

For starters, there’s the “advice.” Wedding blogs are written by a variety of people from current and recent brides to professionals in the industry to people who simply REALLY love weddings. Although most writers are well-meaning, their experience and points of view vary wildly, as does their advice. Research any subject from tipping etiquette to groom’s fashions and you’ll find conflicting advice.

Then, there are the photographs. You’ve probably heard that every picture tells a story, but what you haven’t heard is that there’s an untold story behind every picture. That gorgeous tablescape you’re looking at and wondering how to copy for your own wedding? It’s not real. It’s part of a styled “inspirational” photo shoot. Those bouquets are real, but they cost $500 each and were created in a totally different climate from the one in which you’re getting married.

The subject of the photos can also be damaging. With every real wedding (and yes, they’re all real weddings on my blog) I publish on the GigMasters Wedding Blog I almost always include photos of the bride’s dress, the shoes, the rings, and the flowers. I love these photos. They’re fun to look at and I hope they give brides ideas for their own accessories and flowers. But, I also worry that they’re giving brides and grooms the wrong idea, the idea that the accessories or objects of your wedding are more important than the people. I worry that somewhere there’s a couple who spent so much time on wedding blogs that they have a wedding album filled with pictures of things, not people.

I’m also starting to worry about the mental health of some of these wedding bloggers. Bloggers are always looking for the “something new” and so they begin to encourage less and less realistic ideas. From buying more than one multi-thousand dollar wedding dress for the day to trashing the dress you have after the wedding, to renting living room furniture and a game station for a “groom’s room,” what are these bloggers thinking? Let’s not forget about the well-known blog that advised brides not to choose an “unfortunate looking bridal party” if you want your wedding published on a blog. When did seeing your wedding online become the point of getting married?

So how do you know if blogs are helping or hurting you? Ask yourself some questions:

1. How do I feel after I look at this blog; energized to start planning or depressed?
2. Is this blog trying to help me or sell me something?
3. Are there a variety of budgets and ethnicities represented on this blog? Do they show anything that resembles what I want, what I can afford, or what I look like?
4. Am I starting to think more about the “things” associated with my wedding and less about the people?
5. Am I ignoring the advice of my wedding vendors in favor of wedding advice given by an anonymous blogger?

Answering these five questions should help you decide if it’s time to step away from the computer, or if you’re getting the help you need from blogs.

If you visit my blog and don’t like the answers to any of these questions, make sure to let me know!


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Wedding Blogger Wins £500 Next Vouchers in Blogger Competition

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Wedding blogger Niki Clarke of Wedding Notebook has won £500 worth of Next vouchers in the Next’s Wedding Planner competition, in association with Next and hosted by Cosmopolitan Best Wedding Blogger 2011 Kat Williams of rocknrockbride.com. With the blog exploring everything wedding – from gift list ideas to DIY wedding advice – the winning entry from Wedding Notebook went with a 60′s Mods and Rockers theme which can be found at blog.weddingnotebook.co.uk/2012/wedding-style-ideas/60s-mods-rockers-500-high-street-wedding/

“My inspiration comes from a 60′s themed elopement… In true Romeo Juliet style, here is the marriage of the Mods the Rockers,” explained Niki. She picked a 60s inspired ivory lace dress and teamed with an array of quirky accessories and glitter peep toe shoes to complete the look.

“Miss Mod keeps her hemline high with a luxury edge wearing the Lace Geri Dress (£55) and shows off those legs in her gold glitter peep-toes (£32). To keep to the red, white blue theme, she wraps the blue-green Jubilee neck-scarf (£10) around her neck (a must for any Mod). She adds a touch of sparkle with a crystal statement ring (£35) and the Devoted Vintage Statement Comb will look amazing tucked into her beehive (£50). Arriving on a Vespa means no opportunity for a bouquet, so maybe pick a bunch of flowers on the Gretna Green border.”

On the other hand is Mr Rocker, mixing up his usual casual look especially for the occasion. Whilst best friend in tow would wear a sassy shift dress along with Mod style Union Jack ballet pumps.

Niki signed off, “So with a total of £457 for three full outfits and all the trimmings, it just shows you can have a cool stylish wedding on a high-street budget.”

Packed with catwalk inspired fashion, this season Next has the best in the latest women’s trends. As well as stylish clothing for your wedding party, there are also other great ranges being showcased in stores and online. Love what you see? To enjoy the AW12 collections, click onto at next.co.uk for new arrivals for the coming season.

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Crown Point couple win dream wedding – Post

By Carrie Napoleon
Post-Tribune correspondent

September 1, 2012 4:40PM


Updated: September 3, 2012 8:41AM

Rigo Garcia and his fiancée, Claudia Hernandez, received the news they have been waiting since Aug. 13 to hear — they are the winners of the national Bridal Guide dream wedding design contest.

The Crown Point couple were among five finalists in the competition to have their pending nuptials designed by celebrity wedding planner David Tutera, star of WE TV’s reality show “My Fair Wedding.”

“I can’t believe we won. I’m shocked,” Hernandez, 34, said Friday. She said she has been living on pins and needles since a last-minute effort to ramp up votes from visitors to the website pushed them into first place with almost 4,000 votes.

After articles in the local media, information quickly circulated on Facebook and was also posted on several community Facebook pages. Hernandez said she was also interviewed by Chicago Sun-Times celebrity reporter Bill Zwecker.

“I almost felt like a celebrity for a week,” Hernandez said of the attention.

For their prize the couple will receive a private consultation for their June wedding planned at Meyer’s Castle in Dyer with Tutera. Hernandez also will receive a Mon Cheri wedding gown designed by Tutera along with Mon Cheri dresses for the bridal party. The groom and his groomsmen will be dressed with tuxedo rentals from Jim’s Formal Wear. The prize also includes wedding day dresses and tuxes for the parents of the couple.

Following their wedding the pair will be whisked away to an all-inclusive honeymoon at Paradisus Playa Del Carmen La Perla in Mexico. Their wedding and honeymoon also will be featured in a late 2013 or early 2014 edition of Bridal Guide.

Hernandez said she is particularly looking forward to the opportunity to talk to Tutera for ideas for her dress and flowers.

Their winning story, submitted by Garcia, 37, can be seen on www.bridalguide.com. Garcia entered the contest unbeknownst to Hernandez by creating a video detailing just what meeting the East Chicago native meant to him.

“It’s been overwhelming. I’m so happy. Couldn’t happen to a better girl,” Garcia said.

He, too, has been caught up in the excitement. Prior to the contest, the couple did not participate in social media and opened a Facebook page and Twitter account to help spread the word.

Garcia said Friday he just received a tweet from Tutera congratulating them. The duo will fly out to California to meet with Tutera and his production crew for their consultation.

Hernandez said she is grateful for all the support and is excited about the opportunity.

“I’m so touched and blessed. Everyone supported us, strangers that didn’t even know us. It was so sweet to see a community come together like this for us,” Hernandez said.

Miley Cyrus Puts Wedding Planning on Hold for Music

Miley Cyrus, MTV Video Music Awards 2012Kirkland/PictureGroup) via AP IMAGES

Miley Cyrus fans, the wait is over!

Well, almost.

It depends on what you’re waiting for: Her wedding to fiancé Liam Hemsworth or a new album.

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Cyrus says she’s so busy making music she hasn’t had any time for planning her wedding!

“I’ve got so much going with this record, this record’s going to, like, kill me,” she said at the MTV Video Music Awards in L.A. “I’m really excited to get obviously married, but I kind of already feel married. I know we’re forever and I don’t really need a paper right now.”

The 19-year-old blond beauty dished she will have a song out in the very near future.  “I’ll have a single out this year,” Cyrus said. “This is the first time I get to tell people about it, so I’m really excited.”

“It’s all really different,” the singer says of her upcoming music. “We’ve been working really hard and the record, I’m really proud of the album. It’s my favorite thing I’ve done, probably ever.”

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What Type of Wedding Dress Do You Imagine for Jennifer Aniston?

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Yes, she’s engaged, yes, we’re excited, and yes, we’re already thinking about what she’ll wear. Jennifer Aniston‘s big news isn’t even 24 hours old yet, but already, the Internet is teeming with speculation about wedding dress designers and colors. So we decided to imagine, too.

Aniston hasn’t worn many white dresses on the red carpet in her time, however, there are a few standouts. In June, at the AFI Life Achievement Awards in Los Angeles, she flaunted her gorgeous gams in a sexy low-cut Burberry gown with a thigh-high slit (left). A year earlier, she worked a girly, shimmering Valentino frock for a Horrible Bosses premiere in London (second from left).

Even before that, there was the simple white sheath she wore to a Bounty Hunter photo call in Madrid (second from right). And for the Oscars in 2009, she went for full-on glamour in a glitzy, strapless Valentino Haute Couture gown, finished with lots of sparkle (right).

When the time does come to go dress shopping, Aniston will likely have her pick of gorgeous gowns. But in the meantime, which silhouette do you think is best for her? Vote in our poll below! 

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