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    Wedded: wholesale halloween costumes Nikki Addison & Jeff Hart
     
     
    The bride: Nikki Addison Hart, 24, grew up in Gaithersburg.  She is an Under Armour sports marketing customer  wholesale halloween costumes  sales representative. Her father, Scott Addison, is vice president of finance for Fitzgerald Auto Mall. Her mother, Ann Addison, is vice president of human resources at Lockheed Martin.
    The groom: Jeff Hart, 25, grew up Halloween Costumes Outlet in Beaverdam, Va. He is regional sales manager for Centric Business Systems. His father, Mac Hart, is a clinical psychologist in Richmond, Va. His mother, Louise Hart, is a retired Beaverdam special-education teacher.
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    Early on, he showed her how to make rings out of acorns, and they each made one for the other. She kept hers.
    On the fifth anniversary of the day they met, he proposed by saying, ”The last ring I made you lasted for five years, but now I want to give you one that lasts forever.”
    And he presented her with a ring he had designed with Harrisonburg, Va., jeweler James McHone — a 1.2-carat solitaire round diamond with small diamonds on either side of the band.
    Bonus: A surprise awaited Nikki when she awoke the morning of her wedding.
    ”[There were] two jewelry boxes from Jeff with jewelry to wear that day — a beautiful diamond necklace and earrings to match, from Jared,” she says. ”It was so sweet it made me cry. So, that was my something new.”
    The place: About 200 guests attended the ceremony at St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church in Mount Vernon.
    Bridesmaids’ dresses: Her two maids-of-honor — sisters, Krissy, 22, and Katie, 19 — and six bridesmaids all wore short navy silk taffeta cocktail dresses with sweetheart necklines from J. Crew.
    ”Krissy and Katie had gold monogram necklaces that made them stand out as well,” says Nikki.
    Her dress: She wore a fitted lace strapless gown that was ”a hybrid between a mermaid and an A-line” by Watters, from Betsy Robinson’s Bridal. It also featured a sweetheart neckline, an embellished beaded belt and a four-foot long train, which was bustled for the reception.
    Flowers: She carried a mix of white roses, white hydrangeas and white calla lilies, accented with small bright blue flowers. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of white hydrangeas and white roses, while the maids of honor carried blue hydrangeas and white roses. All the flowers were done by Teresa Kastner at Floral Impressions.
    Men’s apparel: The eight groomsmen wore black tuxes and black long ties, while Jeff wore a Vera Wang black tux with black bow tie and vest, all rented from Men’s Wearhouse.
    Reception: Black-tie optional. The couple wanted a real Baltimore feel to the event and chose the Belvedere because it ”is the epitome of Baltimore.”
    The cocktail hour was held in the Platinum Room on the 13th floor, and the dinner reception next door in the Grand Ballroom. Onsite Truffles Catering supplied all the food, except the cake.
    Personal touch: The takeaway gifts to wedding guests later that evening were also a hit. Nikki and Jeff had ordered online custom-made koozies in blue and white, which read, ”To have and to hold, and to keep your beer cold.”
    ”We didn’t think they’d be enough, so we stuffed them with popcorn because every night Jeff and I have popcorn,” says Nikki. ”It’s a running joke with friends. We have about four popcorn makers. We just love any kind of gourmet popcorn. I am obsessed with popcorn.”
    Apparently, the obsession caught on with the wedding crowd. Despite hors d’oeuvres that included mini crab cakes, crab dip and little beef Wellingtons and an entree of horseradish-crusted salmon and gorgonzola-topped filet mignon, people were munching on popcorn all night.
    ”It was hilarious,” says Nikki.
    The cake: It was a red velvet, four-tiered ivory cake from Baltimore Cakery, with navy ribbon at the base of each tier and icing accents that looked like pearls dotting the cake.
    ”Baltimore Cakery was awesome,” says Nikki. ”The Belvedere recommended them and they were so easy to work with. They had me send them exactly what I wanted and it didn’t taste like wedding cake. It tasted like homemade fabulous cake.”
    Music: The New Monopoly 10-piece band. ”They really interacted with the crowd,” says Nikki.
    The band also provided the perfect backup to one surprise of the evening, a choreographed father-daughter dance.
    ”We started out doing a slow dance called ’Free Falling,’ ” says Nikki. ”Then, about 20 seconds in, we switched to ’Party Anthem’ and started almost break dancing. My dad is a total jokester and wanted to do something like that. …We had practiced it a hundred times.”
    Life-saver: The day-of-wedding coordinator, Jackie Chandler from Truffles Catering.
    As the bridal party spent the first part of the cocktail hour downstairs in the Owl Bar, taking wedding pictures, Jackie brought everyone wine to keep them happy.
    At dinner, even though the couple had a sweetheart table where they were supposed to enjoy their dinner, they spent the evening up and socializing. However, Nikki says, Jackie kept them fed and hydrated, bringing them food and drink.
    ”I would turn around and there would be Jackie,” says Nikki.
    ”I am very well organized,” she says. But Truffles Catering event coordinator Kat Philgreen ”told me to have fun — that they would make sure everything was executed well. And Jackie did that. It felt so natural. It was great.”


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    You Sexy Clubwear Say Cohen. I Say Kohn. Let’s (Not) Call the Whole Thing Off!
    Photo Sexy Clubwear Credit Clark & Walker Studio Julie Lees Kohn and Bradley Alexander Cohen were married Oct. 14. Rabbi Jonathan E. Blake officiated at Stonover Farm, an events space in Lenox, Mass.
    Mrs. Cohen, 31, is the assistant director Wholesale Babydoll Lingerie of marketing and business development at the 92nd Street Y in New York. She graduated cum laude from George Washington University.
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    Continue reading the main storyHe is a son of Elisse R. Cohen and Dr. Michael M. Cohen of Villanova, Pa. The groom’s mother manages her husband’s private neurology practice in Bala Cynwyd, Pa.
    Continue reading the main story The couple met in 2010 when a college classmate of Mr. Cohen who also knew Ms. Kohn from sleep-away camp introduced them.
    But Ms. Kohn wasn’t intrigued. ”I said, I don’t know if I want to go on a date with this Ivy League person,” she recalled.
    ”She had met plenty of Penn boys before, and thought I was a generic, not-that-interesting kind of guy,” he said.
    In January 2011, she did finally agree to go out for a drink with him. But then a new obstacle intervened.
    Thank you for subscribing. An error has occurred. Please try again later. You are already subscribed to this email. View all New York Times newsletters.
    See Sample Manage Email Preferences Not you? Privacy Policy Opt out or contact us anytime ”There was a huge snowstorm and that kind of thwarted our plan,” Mr. Cohen said. So instead of hopping into a cab and having their date in a hip downtown bar, they instead trudged through the snow to a decidedly untrendy Irish pub near his Midtown apartment building.
    ”We talked about our interests, our lives, our hobbies, a lot about politics, a little about my love of sports, a little about Julie’s love of film, and career aspirations,” he said.
    After a pint, they went back to his building to continue their conversation, and found yet another impediment to the smooth unfolding of their romance.
    Both elevators in his building were out. And he lived on the 18th floor.
    But Ms. Kohn’s initial lack of enthusiasm had turned around, and she ran all the way up the stairs, giving herself a little time to get composed before he caught up. ”I didn’t want to come across as a baby wimp girl,” she said.
    Continue reading the main storyHe was impressed. ”She beat me handily,” he said.
    Having overcoming her hesitation, and then the snow, and then 18 flights of stairs, he said, ”From the first date on, it was, at least in my opinion, and I think in hers, a done deal.”
    There was, however, one more matter that stood between them: Confronted with perpetual mispronunciation of her name, Ms. Kohn had always insisted that she wasn’t a Cohen.
    ”My whole life people always called me ’Cohen,’ and I would always correct them,” she said. ”So I guess I’m finally going to be a Cohen!”


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    It’s a corsets wholesale nice day for a pink wedding! Australian bride breaks tradition and wears dusty blush gown while her BRIDESMAIDS wear white
     
    When Grace Limon was a little girl, corsets wholesale she dreamed of  walking down the aisle on her wedding day.
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    Grace, 30, told Daily Mail Australia that she had tried a white wedding dress, and immediately knew it wasn’t the way she wanted to go. 
    ’I was like no, that’s not me, I can’t do it’, she recalled. 


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