Category Archives: Marriage

Ram Charan Teja married with Upasana

Ram Charan Teja tied the knot with her girlfriend Kamineni Upasana in Hyderabad. He is son of the famous actor K. Chiranjeevi who has joined politics. Kamineni Upasana is the granddaughter of Apollo Hospital founder Dr. Pratap Reddy, Upasana Kamineni

The ceremony was held at ceremony held at Moinabad in Ranga Reddy district. There was a big list of guests including megastars form bollywood like Amitabh Bachchan, Sri devi,  Boney Kapoor  and south film industry like Rajinikanth, Ambareesh, Mohan Babu, Venkatesh, Suhasini Mani Ratnam, Junior NTR, Rana Daggubati and Pawan Kalyan. Many national and regional politicians like Andhra Pradesh Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan, Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, former chief minister N. Chandrababu Naidu and Tamil Nadu Governor K. Rosaiah were also present.  Leaders of many political parties were there.

The reception is held on Thursday at Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC) which was attended by many famous celebrities like Tabu, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and others.

Ram Charan Teja and Upasana Wedding and Reception Photo Gallery

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Ram Charan Teja and Upasana Wedding and Reception Video Gallery

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Is It the Right Time to Ask Her to Marry You?

You’re in love with your girlfriend, and you want to spend the rest of your life with her. That’s a big thing for any man to decide, and it’s usually not easy. But once you’ve made the decision, you probably want to get down on one knee very soon and make her your fiancée. You want to think of the perfect way to propose – something romantic and meaningful. The proposal itself is probably the hardest part. But wait. Are you getting ahead of yourself? Before you buy the ring and start coming up with a proposal plan, you need to ask yourself, “Is it the right time to ask her to marry me?”

Engagement Ring

How Long Have You Thought It Over?

The decision to marry shouldn’t be rushed, and it shouldn’t be a spontaneous, spur-of-the-moment decision. Before you ask her, consider how long you’ve wanted to do this. If you had a sudden epiphany just last week, wait a little longer before you do it. If it’s something you’ve been thinking about for months, go for it. It’s the right time as long as you’ve given it adequate thought and you truly believe you’re both ready to take this step.

What’s the Current Status of Your Relationship?

Lots of men make the mistake of proposing in order to fix a relationship. They’ve been arguing a lot with their girlfriend, and they think if they propose it will change things – that she’ll forget all about the conflicts because the proposal will make up for everything. If things aren’t going so well in your relationship, it is not the right time to propose. A proposal will not reignite your passion for each other; it might only make her angry. Make sure your relationship is strong, solid, and as great as it ever was before you ask her to marry you.

Are You Going Through Major Changes in Your Lives?

As you get closer to getting married, a lot of other things might be happening in your lives. You might be thinking about moving in together, graduating college, buying a house, looking for a job, or even dealing with something difficult like the death of a family member. If there is a lot of change currently going on in your lives, it’s not always the best time to propose. You might think that a proposal will show your commitment through it all, but you might be better off waiting until the waters have calmed.

Will She Say Yes?

If you have a serious relationship, you will usually just know what your girlfriend’s answer would be to your proposal. If you think she’d be thrilled, maybe because she’s been dropping hints or making casual comments, it’s the right time. If you’re really unsure of what she’d say, you might want to wait a little longer. If you think there’s a good chance she would say no, don’t do it because it isn’t the right time. As long as you trust your instincts, you’ll know when it is.

About Author: Michelle Leigh is a self described fashionista and expert on relationships who recently got engaged herself at a Bahamas luxury resort. She loves to blog about her knowledge of dating and often gives advice to women.

Photo Credit: Lucas_James

Sneha-Prasanna’s wedding

South Indian actor Sneha and Prasanna tied the knot on May 11. The marriage ceremony was organized in a traditional manner in Chennai. The family members, relatives and close friends were present. Sneha and Prasanna are in love since filming of ‘Achamundu Achamundu.’

Pictures from the wedding and reception of Sneha and Prasanna

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Shortest Celebrity Weddings

Celebrity weddings can be flashy, glamorous and extravagant, and sometimes the wedding is more successful than the marriage itself. These failed celeb marriages perhaps show the pressure of the public eye, or that the rich and famous just do things at a faster and more dramatic pace than the rest of us!
Stars like to splash out on their special day, think of Jordan in her Disney dresses, and Victoria and David Beckham in crowns and thrones, although some celebs elope to get married, with Vegas being a special favorite.
Whether a wedding is low key and last minute or flashy and sumptuous, a marriage falling apart is sad, however famous the couple may be. Some celebs get right back on the bicycle, such as Elizabeth Taylor and Lana Turner who chalk up 8 weddings each.
5 Shortest Celeb Weddings:
Zsa Zsa Gabor and Felipe de Alba (1 day) 1983
Way before the noughties and ‘It girls’, Zsa zsa Gabor was the glamorous actress, party girl and serial bride of the day.  Number 7 of her 9 husbands was Felipe de Alba, a Mexican movie star. It was annulled the next day when Zsa Zsa was shown to be still legally married to her previous husband.
Britney Spears and Jason Alexander (55 hours) 2004
Back in Britney’s wild child days, she got married to a childhood friend after a crazy night out in Las Vegas. The bride wore jeans and a baseball cap, and the groom was Jason Alexander, who Britney had grown up with back home in Louisiana. After a mere 55 hours of marriage it was annulled.1
Dennis Hopper and Michelle Phillips (8 days) 1970
Michelle Phillips, the singer with California band The Mamas and the papas managed a week with Hopper before she divorced him based on his unreasonable behaviour.
Kim Kardashian and Khris Humphries (72 days) 2011
The most recent failed celeb marriage broke down only 72 days after the widely publicized wedding. Reality TV star Kim shared her love for Kris and her wedding preparations on her TV show,  and in various celeb magazines, however just two months into the marriage, she announced the split citing ‘irreconcilable differences’.
Lisa Marie Presley and Nicholas Cage (108 days) 1998
The match of Elvis’ daughter and Elvis fan and actor Nicholas Cage was very Hollywood, but the dazzle didn’t last; they separated just three months after the Hawaii ceremony.
[1] – news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/3366529.stm

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Tips & Ideas for Planning a Summer Wedding

As summer approaches many people are preparing to get married and might be in need of some tips to make their wedding the best it can be. Summer time is a great time to have a wedding, for many reasons. The main reason is because you’re more likely to have good weather on your wedding day, which is a plus is many different ways.

Before I provide a few ideas for a summer wedding, let me fist list a few of the reasons why it’s a good idea to have your wedding during the summer months:

  • Warmer weather – which is good for outdoor ceremonies and receptions, not to mention the fact that everyone loves to have their wedding pictures taken outside next to flowers and other complimentary landscapes.
  • People’s schedules are generally more open – this is because they have vacation time and kids are out of school.
  • People are more inclined to spend money when the weather is warmer – this is good for you because it means you will get better gifts!
  • Traveling is safer when the weather is warmer for family and friends who will need to drive or fly longer distances to attend your wedding.

Now let me give you a few tips that will hopefully make your summer wedding more enjoyable and logistically sound:

  1. The first tip I would give you is to plan early. While this is true for any season when you are getting married, it’s especially true for the summer months because things are more likely to be booked during the summer when people are more active.
  2. The second tip is for those who will be holding your ceremony or reception party outside. While this one might seem obvious, you need to plan to have your event during the cooler hours of the day, which are the morning or evening hours. I have attended too many weddings outside where everyone attending, including the bride and groom, all melt like wax candles. Summer evening weddings or receptions are actually some of the most amazing weddings you will ever go to. You have so many options with outdoor lighting when you do it outside at night.
  3. The last tip is to do some pest control. Yeah, you heard me, I said pest control in a wedding article. For anyone who has attended an outdoor summer wedding, especially in the South, bugs are always an issue. There are several things you can do to combat mosquitoes and other bugs that can ruin your wedding. Some people like to get those tiki torches that repel mosquitoes. You can also buy some profession grade mosquito control products, like Talstar, and spray it yourself on trees and bushes before the event. You can also buy these mosquito dunks, which you place in ponds and other water sources that work really well to kill mosquitoes eggs.

Lastly, let me provide you with a few ideas you can use to make your outdoor summer wedding a little more memorable:

  • As mentioned previously, hanging lights in the trees, on the bushes, and on the ground can really bring an outdoor wedding to life. With lighting, you have many different options; one popular option is to use small battery operated LED lights. You can get them in all different colors. Tiki torches are also good to set a fun mood at night. As mentioned above, they also help with mosquitoes.
  • Tents are also very popular for outdoor weddings. If done right tents can also bring a certain magical feeling to a wedding, not to mention the fact that they will provide shade.
  • If your wedding will be held during the warmer hours of the day, and you are using tents, it’s also a good idea to set up a water misting system that hangs from the parameter of the tents. This can be used to cool people down but can also bring a magical feeling to the event. You can also rent some large fans, set them off in the distance a ways, and attach some misting hoses to them; this can create a light breeze with a hint of water to it that can really cool large crowds down on a hot day.
  • The last idea is a more specific lighting idea. Take a bunch of thin black rope and sting lines high up across the area you will having your ceremony or reception. Now take white Christmas light strands and hang them down from the lines at all different lengths. You can cut some of them shorter and just cap off the bottoms to make the safe. Even after the longest ones hang all the way down you still want them to be high enough that people can’t quite reach them. This means you will need to find some really high places to tie the main support ropes. On a really dark night, with these lights as the only light source, it will create the illusion of a star field hang in just above everyone’s heads.

Hopefully you learned at least one thing from this article that can make your summer wedding better. Above everything else, just remember to enjoy your wedding day and remember what it’s really all about.

About Author: This article was provided by Lynn Brown Photography. To learn more please visit www.lynnbrownphotography.com.