Anyone who says spring is the most romantic season is clearly mistaken. Our readers who tied the knot this weekend know that autumn is really where it’s at! Check out some of their beautiful fall celebrations below:
“Rachel and Erick spend some time together at Duke Gardens before their ceremony at The Cookery in Durham, North Carolina.” – Hooman Bahrani
“Perfect moment underneath a perfect Georgia sky.” – Chrissy Ballard
Courtesy of Kristina Perkins
“I got married last weekend at the Seattle Aquarium. It was the most amazing venue with fabulous otters and jellyfish!” – Kristina Perkins
Velvet Crown Photography
“Arlen and Jesse’s wedding on the Chesapeake Bay outside Washington, D.C.” – Norman Morales
Red Stone Photography
“Stacy and Steve were married beneath a canopy of stately pines.” – Alexis Rubenstein
“Tom and Kate were married in the backyard of a home they rented from Airbnb in Richmond, Virginia.” – Kate Grillo
Les Atkins Photography
“Ashley & Holt’s rustic Virginia wedding in Palmer Springs, Virginia.” – Les Atkins
Courtesy of Suraya Akbarzad
“When we arrived at the park for our photo shoot, we found firefighters who had just put out a small brush fire. We asked and they let us take some of our wedding pictures on their truck — so cool!” – Suraya Akbarzad
Justin Fulwood of JusPose Photography
“The new Mr. and Mrs. Richards’ wedding.” – Justin Fulwood of JusPose Photography
Courtesy of Kat Campbell
“Brides Laura Clay and Beth Barksdale with me in the middle. Best wedding ever.” – Kat Campbell
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Check out more of this week’s Real Weddings photos in the slideshow below:
Real Wedding of the Week Cont.
“Fahamu and Jamila jumping the broom during their ceremony in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday!” – My Simply Perfect
“The bride and groom are blissfully happy! My first downtown Toronto wedding!” – @dlovelymoment
“LA Union Station retro space wedding reception.” – Rebel Belle Weddings
“Heather Jacobson and Chris Thomas were married by Weddings in Vieques on Vieques Island, Puerto Rico on Satur
Should a toy store sell only toys for children? Toys ‘R’ Us is our last nationwide toy retailer, and one parent was horrified to see that the chain sells toy versions of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, the antiheroes of the cable drama “Breaking Bad.” They are wonderfully detailed, down to their accessories: beakers, chili powder, a gun, and…oh, yeah, a tiny bag of blue crystal meth.
A Florida mom tells WFTX that she liked the TV program “Breaking Bad,” but doesn’t think that action figures of the main characters belong on the shelves of a toy store, because children could follow their example. The toys come with some meth-making equipment, dressed in hazmat suits. “Kids mimic their action figures, if you will. Do you want your child in an orange jumpsuit?” she asked viewers rhetorically.
One thing that series did not do w
While “Mrs. George Clooney” may be the dream name of many of the actor’s fans, his new wife, Amal Clooney (née Alamuddin), has made headlines for taking on her new husband’s name last week, with think piece after think piece picking apart her decision. But new survey results suggest that most people don’t judge her choice.
According to a HuffPost/YouGov poll, 57 percent of people think a married woman should take whichever name she pleases, whether it’s her husband’s, her own or a hyphenated combination of the two. This majority opinion holds true across age ranges, sexes, family income, race and regions of the country. The second most popular preference is a bit more traditional: 31 percent of people believe a woman should take her husband’s name after marriage.
While a majority of respondents think women should have a choice in the mat
Since it first began marketing stuffed-crust pizza, the flavor wizards oer at Pizza Hut have found some very strange things to stuff in there. Marmite? Sure. Fish eggs? Yum. Apple turnovers? Sounds great! Most of the more interesting variations have come out of Pizza Hut’s international branches, and maybe it’s no coincidence that these are doing better. Here’s another example: a pizza surrounded by dough-wrapped fancy sausages, available in Luxembourg.
Brand Eating reports that the sausage is called mettwurst, and is a smoked and cured pork sausage with origins in Germany. The pizza comes with mustard for dipping, presumably after you tear the part that looks like pigs in blankets off the rest of the crust. The mustard is also a regional specialty.
Pizza Hut has produced crusts stuffed with hot dogs, but with the hot dogs rolled up inside the crust lengthwise. T