A BRIDE has taken to Photoshop to 'fix' her wedding photos by editing out one of her bridesmaids after the pair fell out. The newlywed, from Oregon, USA, deleted the woman from her bridal party snaps before taking to Facebook to share the new and "improved" version of the picture. Revealing she didn't want the woman as a bridesmaid in the first place, the bride explained she only asked her because she felt 'pressured' to. The woman then not only refused to take part in the hen do before the wedding, she arrived four hours late on the day itself. And if that wasn't bad enough, the bride claims she took to badmouthing the bride's friends, as well as ignoring the bride throughout the day.
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Our pets can play a massive role in our relationships whether you and your partner bonded over a love of cats or think of your puppy as a practice child , so it seems sad for them not to play a role in our weddings. When it comes to cats, though, things get a little trickier. One photographer has come up with a way to get felines involved in the big day, without causing all kinds of complications: A post-wedding photoshoot with the bride and their cat. Marianna Zampieri, a photographer from Italy, tells Metro. She sat down and set up a series of self-portraits, with just her, in a wedding dress, and Arthur. Marianna made an agreement. We kept finding her on the long white train!
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The term picture bride refers to a practice in the early twentieth century by immigrant workers who married women on the recommendation of a matchmaker who exchanged photographs between the prospective bride and groom. Arranged marriages were not unusual in Japan and originated in the warrior class of the late Tokugawa period In general, the picture bride practice conformed to traditional marriage customs as parents or relatives in Japan chose wives for single migrant men working in America and Hawai'i. In Japan, heads of households selected marriage partners for family members through an intermediary.
I love this part of the story. Photo by Deann Barrera. The most chilled bride at meetings might be in a mad panic over some detail or other. People might be running late and you are the last person they want to see.