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By Knight-Ridder News Service | June 26, 1992
Washington -- Dorothy Bush LeBlond, the president's only daughter, gets married tomorrow.Not invited, huh?But since taxpayers almost certainly will pay part of the tab, you deserve to know all we've dug up on this June bride's oh-so-special day.For starters, it's the best kept secret in town."
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By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2014
Date: March 29 Her story: Annabelle Alberts, 30, grew up in Detroit. She lived in New York City for 31/2 years before moving to Maryland in September 2012. She is the manager of marketing for Deloitte Forensic in Baltimore. Her parents, Marcia and Mike Alberts, live in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. His story: Scott Palagyi, 31, was born in Pittsburgh but grew up in York, Pa. He spent seven years working in Ohio for Procter & Gamble before being relocated to Baltimore about three years ago. He is the northeast distributions center operations leader for Procter & Gamble in Hunt Valley.
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By Katie Mercado, For The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2013
One of my best friends (and bridesmaids) recently got engaged and wonderfully asked me to be a part of her big day. I'm so excited for this experience because, so far for me, it's been “always a bride, never a bridesmaid.” So as I wrap up my experience as a bride, I want to make sure I transition smoothly into being a bridesmaid and making my friend's experience as great as she has helped make it for me. Some of the things I've already thought about...
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2014
As the fourth and final brother to play for the Gilman lacrosse team, senior midfielder William McBride has received plenty of advice from his older siblings. The best? "Just to live in the moment," he said. "They all said that high school was definitely the best time of your life, so enjoy yourself and have fun with it. " In his third season on varsity and coming off a 21-goal, eight-assist junior season, McBride plans to do just that, and nothing would be better than closing out his career with a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship.
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By Katie Mercado, For The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2013
I spoke with a friend/fellow bride-to-be recently who brought up something I hadn't really considered before. In terms of wedding planning, when is it appropriate versus inappropriate to copy off of another bride's ideas? Obviously in the world of social media, especially Pinterest, it sometimes can be hard not to copy, but typically that's taking an idea from a stranger who you don't even know. That, I think, is completely appropriate…and I'm very grateful to all of the strangers whom I have snatched ideas from during the planning process.
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By Lauren Schein, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2012
Of all the high hopes and potentially unrealistic expectations that a bride has concerning her wedding day, the desire to look like the most obscenely beautiful version of oneself tops my list. At the risk of coming across as vapid and shallow, I not so secretly fantasize of a super dramatic hush rushing across the room as I walk down the aisle followed by whispers of  “SHE LOOKS AMAZING.” I warned you that this was pretty vacuous. Of course, there are the long-term self-improvements that many brides make leading up to their big day, whether it be joining a gym, kicking a bad habit to the curb or paying visits to a “special” doctor.
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By Rachel Gatulis, For The Baltimore Sun | January 2, 2013
As I have mentioned before, I think it's important for a person like myself to have a day-of coordinator. My friends who have used them say wonderful things about being less stressed and being able to enjoy the day to its fullest potential. I understand that they are useful in terms of the flow of the wedding and troubleshooting but I also believe wedding coordinators have a tendency to go above and beyond. For example, one coordinator pulled the mother of the groom out of the bathroom so she didn't miss a family photo opportunity.
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By Lauren Schein | April 10, 2012
Not the greatest quirk for a bride-to-be who needs to squeeze into a white dress in five short months, but my fiancé and I are both self-described foodies. From indulgent dinners at Woodberry Kitchen to Soju-soaked meals at Jong Kak with friends, our social lives seem to revolve pretty heavily around eating. Even a quiet night in is often made special by the addition of a great new recipe that we have been jonesing to try. When the topic of food came up for the wedding, it was an obvious decision.
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By Samantha Reichman and Samantha Reichman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 7, 2007
The glorious sound of wedding bells poured forth from Long Reach High School's production of Father of the Bride and heralded the merriment and mayhem that inhabited the home of the Banks family. The endearing performance told the heartwarming tale of Kay Banks and her overprotective father who is fraught with worry over the wedding, the fianc?, the guest list, and mostly the expenses. Will the pandemonium at the Banks' house prove too much for the bride and her father to bear? The performances were first-rate.
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By Elisha King and Elisha King,Evening Sun Staff | June 21, 1991
He held her gently around the waist, dancing past pink and white balloons and singing the words to "Ain't She Sweet." He was too busy smiling to notice the gray in his new bride's hair, and too jubilant to worry that he might be awfully young for this 90-year-old lady.Stanley, 55, was enjoying every minute of the mock wedding held at the Keswick Adult Day Care Center yesterday, excited that Margaret had chosen him as her groom.The mock wedding was part of a reminiscent therapy program, a technique that can help stimulate the minds of people with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia that cause memory loss and disorientation.
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By Joel Cohen | January 2, 2014
On that memorable Sunday afternoon, the atmosphere was especially warm and congenial, the vibes loving in the Manhattan apartment that our middle son shared with the long-time love of his life, whom he was about to marry. Close friends and favorite relatives had gathered for the ceremony. A wedding canopy (the traditional chuppah) had been erected. There would be the traditional seven blessings recited by persons near and dear to the couple and the traditional breaking of a glass, to commemorate the destruction of the ancient Temple in Jerusalem.
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By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2013
Wedded: Jade Eaves and Christopher McArdle Date: June 8, 2013 Her story: Jade Eaves, 27, grew up in Locust Point. She is a philanthropy associate at Sheppard Pratt. Her mother, Cindy Eaves, lives in Locust Point. Her father, Dan Macatee, is the owner of Hull Street Blues Cafe in Locust Point. He lives in Harford County with his wife, Kathy. His story: Christopher "Chris" McArdle, 37, is originally from Northern Virginia but moved to Maryland in 1998.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2013
A man accused of stabbing his aunt's ex-boyfriend to death in Baltimore last year was found guilty by a jury Monday, the Baltimore Office of the State's Attorney said Tuesday. Jeremiah McBride, 25, was convicted of second-degree murder in the fatal stabbing of Thomas Rawlings, 24. According to the state's attorney, McBride's aunt had broken off a relationship with Rawlings but continued to let him temporarily live in her home in the 1800 block of Fulton Avenue. "When the aunt told McBride about some of the difficulties that she and the victim were having, McBride became outraged, grabbed a knife, and stabbed the victim, who had just come in the house," the Office of the State's Attorney said in a statement.
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By Karen Nitkin, For The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2013
For their May nuptials, Mount Vernon residents Katie Joost and Nick Garber made careful preparations. They booked a gazebo at Owings Mills' Irvine Nature Center, accessible by a quarter-mile hike. They selected readings that had special meaning to them, including one from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer. " And they prevailed on Katie's uncle, Peter Joost, to officiate - prompting him to become ordained online through the Universal Life Church. "It was really great to be able to create a ceremony that really represented us as a couple," said Katie.
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By L'Oreal Thompson, The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2013
Wedding date: May 4, 2013 Her story: Ashley Valis, 31, grew up in Baltimore. She is the assistant chief of staff for Gov. Martin O'Malley. Her mother, Beth Russell, is a director of marketing and sales, and her father, Jim Valis, is a sales director. His story: Jim Gillis, 31, grew up in Baltimore. He is an assistant state's attorney for Baltimore County. His mother, Kay Gillis, is retired, and his father, Dr. David Gillis, is deceased. Their story: Ashley and Jim met in July 2006 at an event for then-Mayor O'Malley's campaign for governor.
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June 3, 2013
James and Teresa Crumpler of Forest Hill announce the marriage of their daughter, Jamie Teresa Crumpler, to Christopher Sean Kalck, son of Lawrence and Geraldine Kalck of Fallston. Their wedding and reception took place on Saturday, April 6 at 6 p.m. at The Belvedere in Baltimore City. The bridal party included bridesmaids Desiree Ortman, Amber Lotocki, Jennifer Cloud, friends of the bride; Karen McCormick, sister of the groom; and Matron of Honor Christy Lylo, aunt of the bride.
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By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Sun Staff Writer | May 12, 1994
Jill Andrews Bell may design wedding gowns, but she's the antithesis of a bride.In her Canton studio, she's more likely to wear black Converse sneakers and a skirt made of upholstery fabric than satin pumps or a silk sheath. "People look at me and they don't believe I make wedding dresses," says Ms. Bell, 26, who has worked in New York and London.But in the heart of the marrying season, she's more concerned about her creations than their creator. Some days, she's lucky to have time to throw on a T-shirt and shorts.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,Sun Staff | June 11, 2000
The good old days are gone, boys. It's not enough anymore to pop the question, ride out the engagement, then appear at the altar all goo-goo eyed and suave in your penguin suit. The times, they are a-changin'. Just ask Scott Geesey. He's researched photographers, hired musicians and made the hotel reservations for his August wedding to Catey Galatola. "It was definitely a mutual endeavor," says Geesey, 37, a lawyer at the U.S. House of Representatives. So mutual, in fact, that Geesey broke out of the macho mold and chose the couple's china, sort of. The couple, who live in Odenton, were having trouble finding something they liked until Geesey stumbled onto the winner.
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By L'Oreal Thompson, The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2013
Wedding date: April 14 Her story: Megan Ibbotson, 30, grew up in Manassas, Va., and now lives in Waldorf. She is a school counselor. Her father, Peter, was a military veteran and her mother, Joanne, was a school principal. Both of her parents are deceased. His story: Phil Neforos, 28, grew up in Greenbelt and now lives in Waldorf. He is a probation officer for juvenile offenders. His father, Philip, works for the painters' union and his mother, Yong, works for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
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