While Victoria and Albert end their wedding day happily in bed, the downstairs crew is not so fortunate. I actually enjoyed both downstairs story lines in An Ordinary Woman, for a change. The first deals with a Sad Skerrett realizing all thats shes given up by taking Real Skerretts life at the palace. That Very Cute German Valet (Basil Eidenbenz) tries to console her best he can. More of this cute person, please. More important than Skerrett representing for sad people at weddings, though, Penge gets his very own love story straight out of The Notebook. Honestly, when his long-lost German dresser love Hilde told him she never got the letters he sent to her for a year, I half expected him to yell, It wasnt over. It still isnt over! while rain poured from the ceiling of Buckingham Palace. That doesnt happen, but it was still some nice character development. Do I love Penge now?
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Jennifer VanBallegooie, a South Carolina resident, got married on the beach at Oak Island in 2011. Had there been a fee to get married on the beach, VanBallegooie said she likely would've paid it. "After going there, absolutely, I would've paid to get married there because it's the most beautiful beach anywhere," she said. Wrightsville Beach charges couples a permit fee ranging in price from $125 for up to 25 participants to $350 for 200 to 400 participants. The fee is a way to keep track of what's going on at the beach, said Town Manager Tim Owens. "It's really not a profit thing, it's more to keep everybody in the loop of what events are going where so you don't have multiple people at multiple times trying to compete for the same area," Owens said. "We have events most weekends, whether it be a wedding or birthday party, there's a large volume of events on public property." In 2016 the town issued 125 wedding permits alone, said Katie Ryan, recreation program supervisor. In 2014 the town issued 170. Amy Frazier with Do Me a Favor Weddings has been a wedding planner for years.
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His diagnosis though was enough for the groom's family to start making plans for an immediate wedding. "Every girl deserves their dad to walk them down the aisle," said Jennifer Gagliano, Kamm's sister. "I told my brother, 'I'm going to do it.' He said, 'Whatever Alyssa wants,' and I told her and she was like, 'Yeah, OK, sure.' And that was a 'yes' to me, so that was it." So, Alyssa and Kamm went from having two years until their wedding day to just two weeks. The Finger Lakes Hotel and Wedding Center was on board to help; they put Gagliano in touch with other vendors and made the space work for their day. There wasn't enough time to send invitations out, but word quickly spread of their Feb. 4 wedding date. "We expected people to say no on such short notice and just everyone coming together to celebrate Alyssa and I is wonderful," Kamm said. Jones calls everyone who helped his fairy godparent team. "If it wasn't for them in that short amount of time that they came together, amazingly, look at this place," Jones said. "It's just amazing." "They deserve more than this and if I could give it to them, I would.
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