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Re: Ice Dancer Meryl Davis was married and her wedding venue was stunning

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Long story and lots of picture by Googling her name and Town and Country. So cute. he had his sister as his 'Best Lady' and she had her brother as her 'Man of Honor'... They clearly opted for a non-traditional day, as is explained in the article. I'd post a link but well, you know...


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Re: Ice Dancer Meryl Davis was married and her wedding venue was stunning

The venue looks amazing and her gown is beautiful!!
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@sidsmom wrote:

I didn’t know who this couple was, so I Googled for more pics.

 

His body language is...odd...so not connecting with her.

He’s barely touching her in many of the pictures.

In almost all posed pics, His body is facing away from her.

The hand-in-the-pocket? Some might say the body language is...

he’s hiding something.

 

Saw where this was one of the pics...

I think it could be a premonition:

’I swear I didn’t know he was gay...but I love him anyway.’

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@sidsmom  .... you took the words right out of my mouth!!!! 

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The bride is lovely; however, I cannot stand those light/med. blue suits with those light brown shoes.  I know no socks is in now but for your wedding the groom could wear socks!  And, what about a tie?  The men are way too casual for the bride.  They needed to step up but instead stepped down.

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Re: Ice Dancer Meryl Davis was married and her wedding venue was stunning

What if that's what she wanted?

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@Venezia wrote:

What if that's what she wanted?


Thank you!

 

It is not about what we want or what we think they should have or do.  This wedding was well thought out and carefully planned by the bride and groom.  It is what they wanted.

 

That color blue suit, with brown shoes and belt, is the "in" thing.  Also men are going tie-less and sock-less even at more formal events. There are pictures of Princess Grace's grandson's wedding online.  While he did wear socks at the formal church wedding, he did not at the reception.

 

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Love everything about this from her dress to her hair to the venue.

 

I think I could definitely live there.  LOL

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@chrystaltree wrote:

Her gown is stunning and the wedding was absolutey gorgeous.  The groom should have worn socks!  60 years from now when no one remembers the no socks look, his grandchildren are going wonder if Grandad was so poor that he couldn't afford a pair of socks...LOL  


@chrystaltreeI'm pretty sure that even 25-30 years later, many look back and shake their heads at their wedding photos because of the style of their own wedding dress and the bridesmaids gowns.  

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Re: Ice Dancer Meryl Davis was married and her wedding venue was stunning

What a beautiful and relaxed looking wedding. Her groom does look casual but I figure I think a lot of people just don't want to have the whole tuxedo look anymore....The venue is perfect!!!! It is gorgeous. Her dress is ethereal looking perfect for her!

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Re: Ice Dancer Meryl Davis was married and her wedding venue was stunning

@proudlyfromNJ --

 

Couldn't have said it better, myself.