Becker, he said he was homesick for California. Then, Ms.
He quickly backtracked, she said, telling her he was having a bad day. But the next month, he left for a business trip and came back saying he was still confused. Friends and family members urged her to get out of the relationship. Instead, they decided to stay together, but to postpone the wedding. Curtis said. When Ms.
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Becker canceled, her parents called most of the guests. The videographer and photographer also returned deposits. She wrote checks to those who had given her money at their engagement party but no one cashed them.
Not every vendor was cooperative; her mother could not get back the dress deposit from Kleinfeld Bridal. Months later, when the dress came in, the store called to schedule a fitting, and Ms. Becker reminded it that she was not getting married. When the shop where the bridesmaids dresses were purchased also refused to return deposit money, Ms. Becker reimbursed her attendants. Though she had learned about contracts in law school, Ms. Becker had signed a very bad one with the band.
It included an acceleration clause, meaning the balance came due at the time of a breach. She pleaded with the band manager. A San Diego-based planner, Courtney Tibbets, had a couple cancel 91 days before the wedding. Eve Sturges, 36, a therapist and writer in Los Angeles, canceled her wedding eight weeks before the date.
When he suggested they postpone, she was relieved.
She gave her parents a list of all of the vendors and guests. The photographer and the florist allowed them to turn their deposits into a credits.
Thank you for your love and support. Sturges was happy with the wording. Eventually they decided to break up. Sturges consigned her wedding dress. She used the leftover ribbon and vellum for birthday-party invitations. The parents kept the wine, and the family depleted it over several years.
Couples announce their engagement on social media and chronicle their reception-space booking, band hiring and hotel selection on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Snapchat and their own wedding websites. Because of the voyeurism, guests can feel a right to know the cancellation back story. They showed up for every parent-teacher conference, dance concert and track meet. For such families, a wedding that should have joyously united kin on every side became deeply divisive. Now, couples can marry civilly and invite all their loved ones to the wedding and then be sealed in a temple ceremony without a long delay.
That already has been the practice for Latter-day Saints in many nations, which require couples to wed in a public ceremony first before any private religious vows are taken. Until now in the U. Consequently, they often married and were sealed simultaneously. This major change, which church officials have been considering for years , creates a single global standard for Latter-day Saint couples.
Newly baptized members still must wait a year from the date of their confirmation to be sealed in a temple. Her mother was particularly devastated. Next month, Boise resident Kristen Talmage Lindsay and her husband will celebrate the 15th anniversary of their wedding in the Oakland Temple. I so, so wish I had just had a civil ceremony. Provo resident Sue Bergin was a year-old, fully faithful Latter-day Saint in , when her brother was married in the temple. The reason: She was too young. Nelson and his counselors, Dallin H.
Oaks and Henry B. Eyring — emphasized in the letter. They can be done in the chapel, cultural hall or any other room, to be determined by the man who will officiate. No wedding march down an aisle and no video recorders of cameras.
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For some couples, a Latter-day Saint meetinghouse is the perfect venue for a civil wedding. Others may choose more photogenic sites, with more freedom to plan their exchange of vows. Paul Augenstein, a church bishop in Riverton, said this universal two-track approach was long overdue.
For years, many Latter-day Saints living outside Utah had a civil ceremony first, then went to a temple as soon as they could. Former church President Spencer W. Kimball, for example, married his bride, Camilla Eyring, civilly in Arizona in , then traveled to St.
George for a temple sealing about seven months later.