Weddings on the Beach

I have been thinking ang planning of wedding on the beach. I have so many friends who preferred weddings on the beach. Because for them, weddings on the beach are more romantic and memorable.

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Pharrell Williams Gate Crasher at a wedding ceremony

Pharrell Williams took a stroll with pals on Ocean Drive in South Beach yesterday. The rapper reportedly surprised guests at a wedding ceremony recently in the same area.. To know more abount how Pharell Williams gate crashed at a wedding, click link here.

Sunday, February 17, 2008

favorites from the knot wedding shop

cool bridal shower favors. We've had a lot of baby stuff going on here lately, so I feel like it's time to switch it up a bit and talk about wedding celebrations for a few days ... (or shower hostesses!) from the knot wedding shop. Click wedding shop, to get the full article.

Friday, February 15, 2008

The desire to Howl and live big!

Wedding, Melbourne, 2004. First and foremost! HAPPY VALENTINES DAY! ... now. There is that movie trailer I am producing (w/ lots of chihuahuas!!!!), which is due a week before the wedding. For more of this article, click here.

12 hours ago by gypsygirl in Gypsy Girl's Guide - travels and musings ·

Bridgeport man pleads guilty to aiding jewelry store robbery

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Federal prosecutors say a Bridgeport man has pleaded guilty to aiding a botched robbery in which a thief

dropped nearly $5 million in diamonds and gems as he fled from a Greenwich jewelry store.
Eric Ortiz pleaded guilty in New Haven on Thursday to one count of committing Hobbs Act robbery. The Hobbs Act is a federal

law prohibiting violence that could affect interstate commerce.
Prosecutors say the 36-year-old admitted that he aided the armed robbery of Betteridge Jewelers in September 2006. He and an

accomplice lit a car on fire near the store to create a diversion, then fled in a different car.
At the same time, another man in a motorcycle helmet held up the store at gunpoint. But after being confronted by a police

officer, the robber dropped the backpack containing the stolen jewelry while racing away on a motorcycle.
Ortiz, who has been in custody nearly a year, faces 20 years in prison when he is sentenced May 2.