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The Kardashians Take Paris For Kimye’s Wedding

As the Kardashian wedding draws closer, more and more of the family is beginning to arrive in Paris for the prep-work and the pre-wedding festivities. According to a previous report byThe Inquisitr, Kim Kardashian arrived in Paris with four-month-old baby North West to meet up with the groom-to-be Kanye West on Sunday.

Today more of the family started making their way to Paris for the heavily publicized Kardashian wedding. According to US Weekly, both Kris Jenner and Rob Kardashian were spotted at the Los Angeles International Airport en route to Europe for Kim and Kanye’s wedding, which is scheduled for this Saturday, May 24th.

While Rob, Kim, and even Kanye seem to be keeping a low profile so far, momager Kris, 56, took to Instagram to post her excitement over being in Paris. Is she more excited for her trip to Paris, or for her daughter’s wedding? It seems like the City of Lights is winning out at the moment, just check out these photos:

Kardashian Wedding Making Progress

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There have been many conflicting reports as to where the actual Kardashian wedding will be taking place. The Inquisitr has previously reported that the wedding was set to take place in Paris, that is until rumors began floating around that the wedding was actually going to take place in Italy.

According to CBS News, more and more details regarding the wedding plans are finally surfacing as the big day draws closer. Many outlets are now reporting that the wedding will be taking place in Florence, Italy, though family and friends will be reporting to Paris for pre-wedding festivities before being flown via private jets to Florence for the actual ceremony.

CBS News reported that a spokesman for the Florence mayor’s office confirmed last week that the couple will walk down the aisle this Saturday and host a reception afterwards at the city’s famed 16th century Belvedere Fort.

The Inquisitr previously reported that Kimye wanted the wedding to remain small, close to 100 guests, though new reports are stating that the guest list may have grown closer to around 250. According to CBS News, the wedding is reportedly “shaping up to be an international affair with flowers being sent in from London, Swiss technicians handling the music, and Italians setting up the lighting.”

Questions still yet to be answered include who will the final guest list include? Will sister Khloe be allowed to bring her man French Montana to the ceremony? And of course, what will be included in the pre and post-wedding activities? Stay with The Inquisitr as more details of the Kardashian wedding become available!

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Fancy an overseas wedding?

With ever more countries legalizing same sex marriage there are now more exotic wedding destinations than ever before for LGBTI couples to choose from.

So if you want your wedding to be something special why not look at getting married overseas?

As of April 2014, 16 countries around the world have legalized same-sex marriage.

So whether you fancy stunning Icelandic volcanoes or Norwegian fjords for an epic backdrop, somewhere with an exotic Latin flavor like Brazil, Uruguay or Argentina, or taking your party to our sunny southern neighbours France and Spain, same-sex couples have more choices than ever for weddings abroad.

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However, you will soon find the costs adding up and many couples now pay well over £10,000 (€12,152 or $16,839) on their wedding, according to recent a YouGov poll.

So if you need to move this much money overseas you will want to make sure you get the best exchange rates and avoid unnecessary overseas transfer fees.

High street banks typically charge you around £20-£40 (€24-€49 or $34-$67) to move money overseas and they may also include hidden commission charges and impose overseas delivery charges. Fortunately, to help, Gay Star News has partnered with exchange experts Moneycorp to provide readers with great value international money transfers.

Moneycorp's international transfer fees start from just £5 (€6 or $8) and the exchange rates on offer are typically as much as 4% better than a bank, so on a transfer of £10,000 you stand to see around €400 euros more with Moneycorp; More than enough to buy a few bottles of wine for the reception.

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Catanzano Wedding

Anna Lauren Catanzano and Marcus Todd Holloway were married on Saturday, March 15, 2014 at 5 p.m. at Frost Chapel, Berry College.

The bride is the daughter of Steve and Elaine Catanzano of Rome. The groom is the son of Tim and Lynn Holloway of Rome.

The Rev. Tim Burnham performed the double-ring ceremony before an altar decorated with a rustic wooden cross, a handmade gift from the groom’s grandfather, Ron Winslett. The chancel area included two black wrought iron candelabras with ivory tulle and ivy. A whitewashed wrought iron unity candle and ivy completed the altar. Chapel doors were adorned with burlap wreaths with ivory ribbon and wrought iron “H” monograms. Pews were embellished with ivory tulle, ivy and baby’s breath tied with satin ivory ribbon.

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A program of wedding music was provided by pianist Stan Pethel. Selections included “A Thousand Years,” sung by vocalist Nicole Martin, “The Bridal Chorus” and “In Christ Alone,” sung by vocalist Garrett Henderson. A scripture reading and prayer were provided by Jason Martin.

The honor attendants were cousins of the bride, Kendyl Guice Clark of Rome and Audrey Victoria Mason of Kennesaw. Bridesmaids included Ashley Bowen Holloway of Cartersville, sister in law of the groom; Amanda Parris of Anderson, S.C.; Ashlie Sizemore of Rome and Emily Newberry of Augusta. They wore floor length, one shoulder watermelon dresses of chiffon, cinched at the waist and silver jeweled earrings, gifts from the bride. They carried hand tied bouquets of cream roses, cream daisies, green hypernicum berries, pink mini carnations and seeded eucalyptus wrapped with ivory ribbon.

The flower girl, Kelsey Arp, wore an ivory satin and chiffon dress with a decorative chiffon bow accent.

The bride, given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, wore a strapless dress of ivory beaded embroidered lace with a fit and flare silhouette. The dress featured a sweetheart neckline and deep V-shape back with covered buttons. The fitted bodice of lace and beading faded to a scalloped lace hem and cascaded to a chapel length train which complimented her cathedral length veil. She carried a hand tied bouquet of ivory roses, pink Anna roses, cream gerber daisies, pink mini carnations, seeded eucalyptus and green hypernicum berries wrapped with ivory ribbon. As a special remembrance, the wedding rings of the bride’s grandmother and grandfather were tied to her bouquet with matching ribbon.

Matt Holloway of Cartersville, brother of the groom, was the best man. Groomsmen included Tim Holloway, father of the groom, Ron Winslett, grandfather of the groom, Matt Catanzano, brother of the bride, and Trevor Roberts and Kyle Davis, all of Rome. They wore charcoal colored suits with black bow ties and black suspenders. They wore boutonnieres of apple green hypericum berries tied with ivory ribbon.

The ring bearer was Bowen Holloway, nephew of the groom, who wore a charcoal vest and pants, with matching bow tie. He was escorted down the aisle in a vintage wagon by the flower girl.

The groom wore a charcoal suit with a white bow tie and black suspenders. His boutonniere was apple green hypericum berries tied with ivory ribbon.

The mother of the bride wore a floor-length, one shouldered gown of black lace, accented with a peplum waist and black satin ribbon. The mother of the groom wore a cap sleeved floor length gown of champagne satin, embellished with champagne jewels at the neckline. Both mothers carried ivory long stemmed roses with matching ribbon.

Following the ceremony, a dinner reception was held in the Ford Dining Hall on the Berry College Campus. Refreshments included the bride’s five-tier wedding cake with butter cream icing and cascading ivory embossed flowers. A miniature replica of the bride’s bouquet adorned the top. The groom’s table consisted of a chocolate chip cookie cake frosted with a fisherman’s theme. Individual chocolate chip cookies were surrounded by various fishing paraphernalia and photographs of the bride and groom on their fishing adventures.

A memory table was included as a tribute to the bride’s grandparents, Max Mason and Sarah Elizabeth Catanzano and the groom’s grandfathers, Bill Beard and Joseph Holloway.

The evening before the wedding, the groom’s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in the Krannert Dining Hall on the Berry College campus.

After a Caribbean cruise, the couple will reside in Rome.

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