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20/08/2015

Sooraj Sits For Marriage While Sandhya Follows Chandu

Diya Aur Baati Hum's August 18th episode: The Boss comforts Sandhya when she breaks down after seeing her family. He tells her to concentrate on the mission. She regains her composure and becomes determined to catch Chandu, the mastermind of Garjana. Boss gives her a secret communication device. Shekhar sits for a secret meeting with his comrades, before going to the stage.

Diya Aur Baati Hum: Sooraj Sits For Marriage While Sandhya Follows Chandu

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Sandhya sees that the drama costume is changed just before the show. The artists are given luminous jackets; Sandhya thinks it must be for some special purpose. She sees her boss promoting a pizza brand on the function ground. The Independence Day program starts with an announcement of a special power project to solve the present power issues in Rajasthan. The Minister gives a speech on the same. Shekhar’s team performs a masked show with the luminous suits. Sandhya keeps close watch on the situation. Shekhar keeps looking for an opportunity to escape from the function hall. He secretly leaves the hall just after the show is over. Sandhya sees someone escaping; she follows him without knowing it is Shekhar.

Bhabho carefully makes the last minute preparations for Sooraj’s wedding. Ved helps Sooraj get dressed in his wedding suit. Sooraj notices Ved’s grim face. Bhabho explains that Ved is upset because his special suit has not been delivered by the tailor. Meenakshi thinks she will never let Sooraj get married to Lalima. As Sooraj is afraid of fire, Bhabho wets the pieces of firewood, so that they can never get ignited during the marriage ceremony. Meenakshi cleverly changes the wet pieces of firewood with dry ones, so that they easily catch fire and Sooraj’s condition can be revealed before Lalima. Sooraj and Lalima are taken to the wedding ground as per the schedule.

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13/08/2015

Weddings in Wales: 'Everything was perfect - like walking into a dream'

Sodira and Geraint Holmes on their wedding day

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It doesn't matter where you married, as long as one of you is Welsh or you live in Wales.

This week's couple live in Fairwater:

Sodira and Geraint Holmes on their wedding day

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The couple

Sodira Holmes (nee Andreou), 26, from Danescourt, Cardiff, and Geraint Holmes, 28, from Aberystwyth. Sodira is an operations coordinator and Geraint is a supply chain manager. They both live in Fairwater, Cardiff

The venue

The couple were married at the Greek Orthodox Church of St Nicholas, in Butetown, and had their reception at Cottrel Park Golf Resort on May 24.

How they met

Sodira and Geraint met six years ago at Square music festival, which is run by one of Geraint’s friends and held in Borth, Ceredigion. A few weeks later they went on their first date back in Cardiff at St Fagans.

Sodira said: “I liked the fact he was a bit random and quirky when I first met him, and he made sheep noises.”

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The proposal

Geraint took Sodira back to where they first met in Borth to propose to her.

He took her up to a picturesque clifftop and got down on one knee before a rambler passing by stopped to see what was happening.

He then proceeded to watch how things turned out, including, of course, her answer to the big question, making for an awkward and tense

few moments for the couple.

Sodira said: “Before I said yes, I did a little shriek, like a sort of happy yelping.”

The wedding

80 people attended the ceremony, with about 220 present for the reception, which was an Alice in Wonderland-themed celebration. And everything from the cake to the bridesmaid dresses to the tables followed the theme, inspired by English graduate Sodira’s favourite childhood book.

The bridesmaids wore three different coloured maxi dresses with roses on one arm.

The groomsmen wore tuxedos with pink bows.

Sodira and Geraint had their first dance to Muse’s Feeling Good, and prepared a routine after having about 15 dance lessons in preparation.

Sodira said: “On our wedding cake we decided to have the words “Holmes in wonderland” on it.

“And it really was just like being in wonderland. Everything was perfect, it was like walking into a little dream.”

The honeymoon

The couple went to Cuba, spending four days in Havana and then 10 on the coast.

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10/08/2015

Natalie Paige Black - Raymond Patrick Blaney

Natalie Paige Black became the bride of Raymond Patrick Blaney at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at Red Apple Inn and Country Club in Heber Springs. Michael Black, cousin of the bride, officiated.

 

The bride is the daughter of Robin and James Black of Collierville, Tenn. Her grandparents are the late Virginia Smith Atkison and the late Barbara and Charles R. Black Jr., all of Corning.

 

Natalie Paige Blaney

 

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The groom is the son of Raymond and the late Lynda Blaney of Heber Springs. He is the grandson of Glenda and the late Paul Pratt of Bradford and the late Gladys Blaney of Mountain Home.

 

Two large arrangements of white hydrangeas, white roses, dendrobium orchids and curly willow marked the ceremony site. Music was by vocalist Bentley Black, brother of the bride. Guests were seated by Calvin Millner of Heber Springs, Brian Spence of Little Rock and Joseph Buchman of Jonesboro.

 

The bride wore an off-white trumpet-style gown. The draped tulle bodice had a sweetheart neckline and was embellished with feathers. The tulle skirt, covered in organza petals, had a dropped waist with an off-centered silver-and-white gemstone applique. She carried a bouquet of white dahlias, hydrangeas, orchids and freesia. A bouquet charm belonging to the bride's grandmother was tied to the bouquet.

 

A reception, also at Red Apple Inn and Country Club, followed the ceremony. The buffet held a large urn filled with white hydrangeas, roses and bells of Ireland. The guest tables were decorated with garlands of foliage and low glass cubes filled with white hydrangeas, freesia and snow on the mountain. Music was by Al Paris and the Heartbreakers.

 

The bride is a graduate of Arkansas Academy of Hair Design in Jonesboro. She is an honor graduate from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM) in Los Angeles and has a bachelor's degree in beauty marketing. She is a hairdresser at Fringe Benefits Salon.

 

The groom has a bachelor's degree in business management from Arkansas State University at Jonesboro, where he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha. He is a catastrophe insurance adjuster.

 

The couple will make their home in Little Rock after a honeymoon in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

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