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  • Oliver's Travels Says It Can Guarantee Rain-Free Wedding Days, So Put Away Your Umbrella

    Rappers are always talking about how they can “make it rain,” but for the first time ever, we are hearing the opposite claim— a guarantee to make it NOT rain. A British travel company is promising a rain-free wedding day because it’s 2015 and humans apparently are gods now. Oliver’s Travels says it can provide all the equipment to ensure a rain-free wedding, including a plane, pilots, and a meteorologist. Using a carefully-plotted, three-week plan, the company does its utmost to make sure it won’t rain on anyone’s parade (pun definitely intended).

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    Apparently, Oliver’s Travels uses silver iodide to do something called “seeding” the clouds. The silver iodide makes the water vapor in the clouds condense, produce rain, and then dissipate. The company guarantees that this will be a successful process, unless there’s an actual hurricane or natural disaster that can’t just be “dissipated” for a wedding day. It’s so hard being human sometimes.

    Oliver’s Travels currently offers services in France and hopes to soon bring it to the UK. If you’re considering getting married in France and would absolutely jump on the chance to have good weather guaranteed, though, you might want to slow down — these luxury wedding planners charge a hefty $150,000 for the service. I don’t want to speak for anyone else, but I certainly can’t afford that with my art school degree. I guess I’ll just have to resort to, you know, doing what people have been doing for all of eternity and leaving the weather up to chance. Or having an indoor wedding. Or waiting for the summer. Or all of the above.

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  • Heart Evangelista: Wedding day not the deadline to reconcile with folks

    Heart Evangelista seems resigned to the possibility that neither of her parents will turn up when she weds her fiancé, Sen. Chiz Escudero Feb. 15 on Balesin Island in Quezon province.

    The 30-year-old bride-to-be insists she harbors no ill feelings towards her mother Cecile or father Rey Ongpauco. In fact, she’s holding out “a little bit of hope” that they will have a change of heart.

    “That’s always been a problem—it’s hard for them to let go of me,” Heart said at a recent endorsement launch. “I’ve accepted that.”

    In 2013, parents and daughter had a very public spat over her relationship with the senator, whom Cecile described at the time as a “manipulative opportunist.” The politician was married for seven years to Christine Elizabeth Flores, with whom he has six-year-old twins.

    Last year, it looked like fences were mended. Heart posted on her Instagram account a snapshot with Cecile. Plus, she was back on speaking terms with her father. Rey congratulated his daughter on her engagement.

    However, at the same launch, Heart dashed expectations, saying, “It’s not… totally…” She did not finish her sentence.

    In March 2013, Rey and Cecile held a press conference to express disapproval of their daughter’s boyfriend. The Ongpaucos demanded that the senator apoligize for being disrespectful and arrogant, and for “manipulating” their daughter into “going against the family.” Cecile described Heart as having been “overprotected as a child… she does not have a mature mind.”

    Cecile told the Inquirer at the press conference that her family was “mortified” about the way Heart had defended Chiz, making unfair accusations, “under [his] dictates.”

    ‘Unacceptable’

    CHIZ and Heart in a snapshot that made it to the front page of the Inquirer. file photo
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    The relationship was “unacceptable,” Cecile said, because of Chiz’s inability to offer their daughter a church wedding. (The senator’s first marriage to Flores was annulled by the court in 2012. An online report said the petition for church annulment was granted in July 2014.)

    During a dinner with Inquirer editors and reporters in April 2013, the senator admitted, “Of course I am affected [by their accusations], especially because I cannot respond. This is not the same as a fellow senator criticizing my work—for this, I need to stop myself from talking back because, hopefully, in the end, when they’ve patched things up with their daughter, I’d still get to see them.” He added, “I’m not closing doors… who doesn’t want a happy ending?”

    Stand-in siblings

    Still at the endorsement launch, Heart revealed that her siblings offered to stand in for their parents but that she refused. “I told them that I really want to [march] with my dad. So they will just join me at the end of my march, to give me away.” Heart is the youngest in a brood of six.

    On the bright side, she pointed out, walking down the aisle solo would be symbolic of her emancipation. “It represents my journey—that I stayed true to the choices I made. I’ve been through a lot.” What’s important, she said, is that she did not step on anyone. “This is my moment, this is my life. Eventually, I’ll have my own family.”

    Not forcing it

    The wedding should not not be a “deadline” to reconcile with her parents, Heart said. And so she’s not forcing it. “The public should understand that [my relationship with Chiz] is not about how people want it to be, or how they want to see it. We may have made a mistake letting things out. We have a lifetime to fix that—hopefully sooner.”

    Meanwhile, Heart said, they have everything down pat, from the venues to their outfits. “Chiz is just doing the final touches; I am doing the thank-you cards.” She’s no “bridezilla,” she insists. “Nagpapaganda lang ako (I’m just getting dolled up),” she jested. “He decides on everything.”

    Chiz proposed to Heart last Aug. 23 during an intimate dinner at the Escudero estate in Buhatan, Sorsogon. A fireworks display famously signaled Heart’s acceptance. She has since worn a sparkly, heart-shaped diamond ring, an Escudero clan heirloom.

    The proposal was witnessed by the senator’s mom Elvie, sister Dette and his twins Joaquin and Cecilia, and close friends.

    For their prenuptial photo shoot, the couple went back to Sorsogon. The shoot, helmed by Pat Dy, showed the couple on a boat, then on a Vespa motorcyle, and in front of the Saint Joseph Parish Church. A prenup video was filmed in picturesque Bulusan Lake, directed by Bob Nicolas.

    ‘Timeless’ creation

    Heart, also a painter, said seeing her “dream wedding gown,” created by Dubai-based fashion designer Ezra Santos, stepped up her excitement about the wedding. Heart described it as “timeless,” explaining, “I made sure it wouldn’t appear dated when I look at the photos 10 years from now.”

    The gown was just “beyond my imagination,” Heart enthused, admitting that she turned emotional when it was unveiled. She related, “Ezra organized a grand reveal. I was with a friend; we both got weak in the knees. At that moment, I knew I was ready to get married.”

    For the party after the ceremony, Heart will change into a creation by Mark Bumgarner. And for the Manila reception on Feb. 18, she will don a “very simple” dress by renowned designer Monique Lhuillier. The color motif: “touches of peach and blush.”

    Expectedly, the entourage as announced is a mix of the most prominent figures in show biz, politics and business. President PNoy is best man; and Heart asked her sister Camille to be maid of honor.

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  • ‘Teen Mom’ Wedding: Tyler Baltierra Talks Marriage, Says He ‘Can’t Wait’ For Novalee To Be A Part Of His Big Day

    A Teen Mom wedding is happening in just six months.

    Although Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baliterra have yet to officially announce their wedding date, Baltierra recently confirmed his daughter, Novalee Reign, would be seven months old when he and Lowell say their “I dos.”

    “Nova will be 7 months when we get married. Can’t wait to have her be apart of it!”

    Considering Novalee Reign Baltierra is currently one month old, Baltierra and Lowell’s Teen Mom wedding will likely happen sometime in August.

    As the Inquisitr previously reported, this isn’t the first time fans are hearing about a possible wedding in August. Earlier this year, a source cited August as the couple’s Teen Mom wedding date in an interview with The Ashley’s Reality Roundup.

    “Catelynn and Tyler’s daughter will be about seven months old when her parents say ‘I do!'”

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    “The ‘Teen Mom’ stars have set a date in August for their wedding! (The couple had hoped to get married in the spring, but have decided to do it this summer instead.)”

    According to the site, the wedding will take place in Northern Michigan.

    While Lowell and Baliterra have been engaged since 2010, Lowell recently received a new engagement ring, which Baltierra surprised her with on Christmas.

    After receiving the special gift, Lowell took to Instagram, where she shared a photo of her new diamond ring with fans.

    “Babe got me a new engagement ring…. I wasn’t expecting this at all… it even has a baby diamond on the bottom to represent our new little girl…. thank you so much @tylerbaltierramtv I love you!”

    Last month, after nearly a year of reports claiming Farrah Abraham wouldn’t be involved in the upcoming season of Teen Mom, Us Weekly confirmed she would, in fact, appear alongside her co-stars, including Lowell, Maci Bookout and Amber Portwood, when the show premiered later this year on MTV.

    In a statement to the magazine on January 30, Abraham revealed the following:

    “There’s going to be lots of excitement from the Teen Mom fans and MTV’s fan base as well, so I’m excited to be back!”

    “I think it was important because I mean just weighing out the options and my future for my daughter, I think Teen Mom is important for the children and their futures. And I think it holds some good opportunities for Sophia and her future.”

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