This is one of the most hectic wedding weekends of the season in England, however, most of the organisers are actually going oopsy daisies – because also taking place today is definitely the match with Sweden.
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As it’s the 1st time England have got a chance to the World Cup quarter-finals in twelve years, there are several grooms asking for a satellite dish for the reception, others girding up for distracted guests that are interested in following the match on their cell phone than the exchange of vows.
The Church of England has actually released instructions for all those participating in the events to stay fully on-side with the bride and groom rather than making it sad. To comprehend the gravity of the matter, think if your wedding was organized at the time of the India-Pakistan cricket match.
The exchange of garlands may reduce all charm; the guests may find checking their cell phones for runs notched up and wickets torn down more interest than even the nibbles and cocktails.
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Weddings and cell phones have an up-down chemistry anyhow. Their whizzes, alerts, everyone texting away, everything can make a stylish occasion paltry. However, these devices can also help build a much more lively record of the wedding compared to the photographers on hire, not forgetting improving the special day score big on Instagram too.
Back to England, today could very well see some canceled weddings, where both wedding couples put cheering their team more than anything else.