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“After a bumpy courtship, Julia and Paul were not about to let a pre-wedding car accident keep them from exchanging vows on September 1, 1946.”
“The basic structure of the story is classic Woody Allen: Owen Wilson plays Gil Pender, the director's unlikely stand-in, who goes on a pre-wedding trip to Paris with his girlfriend Inez Rachel McAdams.”
“She says they don't want typical romantic pre-wedding pictures.”
“How do you know if what you're feeling is just pre-wedding jitters, which are totally natural, and not something more serious?”
“As an important side note, there is a very fine line between building family expectations and boundaries and burning familial bridges pre-wedding.”
“I told you in my pre-wedding post that I would have some fish-related fun at my wedding.”
“In our pre-wedding interview we've already established that these children are from two different men.”
“The film, about a single woman Kristen Wiig who has to organize her best friend's pre-wedding rituals, was co-produced by Judd Apatow as a sort of all-female version of his signature "bro-mance" formula.”
“Dawn Jackson Blatner, a registered dietitian in Chicago, encourages people to enlist the help of their fiances with healthy pre-wedding changes.”
“About a week ago, I decided I was going to restart the diet, pre-wedding.”
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