Mike Avery and Fiona Runwick may remember Christmas 2011 as the best holiday of their lives: on Dec. 23 they won a $10,000 engagement ring from Skaneateles Jewelry and then made their engagement official at the end of the Skaneateles Pier.
William Burns Driscoll and Carolyn Knighton Brandi were recently married on Sept. 4, in Skytop, Penn.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Donna Willsey of Punta Gorda, FL and Old Forge, NY, formerly of Baldwinsville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marissa Katherine Willsey, to Jason Eric Brinson, son of Donald and Christine Brinson of Yorktown, Indiana.
Erin Mullarney and Shawn Alexander were married on July 30, 2011 at Word of Life Assembly of God Church with Pastor Randy Czyz officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. David Pease, of Skaneateles, are pleased to announcement the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Pease, to Tyler Dunlap
While many brides spend hours perfecting every detail before their wedding, Toni Hunter-Grant will be doing no such thing. Instead, she and her soon-to-be husband Larry Barnes will be focusing on hitting 60 miles of pavement just hours before saying, “I do.”
John Frackelton and Susan Jones, both of Skaneateles, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Ellen Pierson Frackelton, to William Thomas Hodges of Williamsburg, Va.
Athenaeum provides wedding to employee who could not afford one
Alexandria Cioffa and Chris Miles had decided in May to forego having a wedding and instead to simply elope and say their vows in front of a justice of the peace because they did not have the money for such an event. When Trudy Scarr, executive director of the Athenaeum assisted living home in Skaneateles, heard about this, however, she had a better idea. She offered to not only host but also prepare a wedding ceremony for the couple at the Athenaeum.
Weddings are one of the many milestones in life that are marked with celebrations both religious and festive. Following are some facts and figures related to the sacrament of marriage.
Choosing the confection of your dreams
There are many different designs, types, colors and shapes of wedding cakes to choose from. The best way to choose what you like is to look through books and magazines and then look at pictures of your cake maker’s work.
Found the right guy? Help him find the right ring
Historically, the man has been the one who has chosen the ring with which to surprise his beloved. Nowadays, that practice is not done as frequently, and the bride-to-be gets to put her two cents in.
Sometimes the devil is in the details, and the little things can get lost during the planning process. The following is a list of some of the small items that can help make your day complete.
Happy couples choose friends and family members to serve as attendants in their weddings. Bridesmaids and groomsmen each have different responsibilities in the wedding.
One of the most exciting, and sometimes stressful parts of planning your wedding is picking the wedding dress. The following tips will help you not only select your dream gown, but the bridal party's finery as well.
Five things every bride should know
Three years ago I was married to a wonderful man in Jamaica. There were so many special details of that day that I swore I would remember forever. The truth of the matter is with every year I remember less and less of the details. Old age is a real bummer! Every year on our anniversary I force my husband to go through our wedding album, and recall all those funny stories or special moments we shared on our special day.