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This bride and groom are so in love, they can hardly contain themselves. Watch this video and learn how to love, the best way to make your partner cry and how to write your personal vows. It takes place at the First Christian Church North Hollywood.
Is marriage like a prison? Try to find out! Funny. Marriages cages you in, clips your wings, ties you down. Or does it?
This Surinamese cultural demonstration took place at a Suriname wedding in Los Angeles. Many styles of dress are demonstrated by the bridal party. Kotomisi, angisa, angisa, koto, anisa.
“The koto is a traditional dress from the Afro-Surinamese women or Creoles in Suriname. The koto was developed during the slavery period in Suriname; its special purpose was to protect the Afro-Surinamese woman against their masters’ sexual interest.
Different kotos exist for various occasions like weddings or funerals. The development of the koto as regular dress is not complete but it is still used in special occasions like the koto-dansi.
With the koto, women wear a head or body covering called an angisa or anisa . The folding of the angisa sends a social message, for example “Let them talk.” – Wikipedia
It began as a usual toast from the bridesmaids, but turned into an all out freestyle rap battle!
Check out this opening sequence from this crazy and fun wedding film. It also features a lot of their first dance, so see if you get some great ideas!
At this crazy wedding, a bride, groom and best man put on the most incredible garter toss! The best man wants the girl, the groom won’t have it – and they break out and sing Feeling Good by Buble!
This is THE Los Angeles wedding. The best locations, best cast, best set design and best story. If you watch this highlight reel, you will know Adrienne and Timothy. You will love them, you will understand how they met, who they are, the kind of family they have, and the amazing life ahead of them!
Also featured were the Paulist Choristers singing Simple Gifts, David’s favorite song.
With the help of the County of Los Angeles and a kind priest playing matchmaker, these two amazing people are beginning a journey that will mesmerize and delight.
After a lifetime of searching, he turns and says, “today is the day of my dreams, and so it is.”