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Celebritize Your Wedding

Marissa Latshaw


Beth stops by with another great wedding post!

Wedding News! With spring’s arrival comes wedding bells! Here’s the latest on who in Hollywood is getting hitched and a few pointers to ensure your big day is just as dazzling: It seems Indiana Jones is still a man of mystery: actor Harrison Ford finally popped the question to girlfriend of 7 ½ years, ex-Ally McBeal-er Calista Flockhart. Apparently, “the Fugitive” managed to surprise his bride-to-be, back in February over the Valentine’s weekend and keep it quiet until now! Also engaged is Christina Ricci who met her beau on the set of upcoming film, “All’s Faire in Love.” Sounds like the perfect title!

CELEBRITIZE: If you’re thinking of making an honest woman out of her, why not take a cue from the silver screeners and romance her with an old Hollywood type of glamour? As you get down on one knee, perhaps have the music from her favorite classic film in the background (here’s looking at you, kid.)

Also, over the weekend Bruce Willis said “I do” to his model girlfriend of over a year in front of ex-Demi Moore and her husband Ashton Kutcher. The ceremony took place at his home in Turks & Caicos but a California civil ceremony is also planned.

CELEBRITIZE: No matter the size of your event or destination, capitalize on the moment with musical accompaniment: think soloist or maybe a single acoustic guitar for smaller, more private occasions.

Lastly, songbird Natasha Bedingfield married her businessman boyfriend in a fairly traditional ceremony overlooking the ocean. She and her new hubby walked back down the aisle to Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March” after taking the plunge.

CELEBRITIZE: Dare to be as traditional—or non-traditional—as you like with ceremony music. One new trend we’re seeing is choosing a classic piece for the processional but a contemporary tune for the recessional. Think Obla-di-obla-da or something off the top 40 to celebrate the moment.