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7Kelly Rowland’s Having A Small-Ass Wedding

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Kelly Rowland just got engaged via Skype, and now she’s talking wedding plans.

Okay, first of all, what do we think about getting engaged via Skype? Super romantic or tacky as hell? Do tell.

As for her wedding plans, she wants to have a small-ass wedding. How small? Here’s what she told People:

I think we just really want it to be us and our pastor. That’s it. I mean, we are the only two that’s going to be in the marriage.

I like her way of thinking. Sounds like a similar wedding to Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard‘s, though they called it “The World’s Worst Wedding.” So be careful, Kelly.

What was YOUR wedding like? I want to hear cute stories.

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December 19, 2013 at 3:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Filed Under: Kelly Rowland

7 Responses to “Kelly Rowland’s Having A Small-Ass Wedding”

  1. Jawbreaker says:

    1- Her boobs look like balls. Fake ones always look like round balls on your chest. So ugly and unnatural.

    2- A man asking for your hand in marriage via Skype is just like asking over the phone. Lame as hell and totally lacks all romantic thoughtfulness.

    3- Her reasoning for having a small wedding is fucking retarded. Just say you want a small wedding, it’s obvious that its just you two getting married. All marriages are like that. Having a wedding is a celebration, that’s why people go, not because they are apart of the marriage, obviously.

  2. Jacqueline says:

    I second the horrible bewbs. They look painful!

    Skype is maybe the douchiest way to her engaged, next to Twitter.

    Considering they they weren’t together when they even got engaged, it makes sense that no one needs to be at the wedding, either. I guess.

    My husband and I got married on a Thursday, went to lunch and he dropped me off at home and he went back to work. That was more than six years ago and we just found out on Tuesday that I’m pregnant with baby #2. I am saying that the courthouse marriage can last; we’ve been together for a total of 10 years and Dax & Kristin were together for, like, 6 right? But, more often than not, those are also more often the ones that family doesn’t condone? Correct me if I’m wrong, but she can’t have known this dude for long at all. Maybe her family isn’t into it and a small wedding gets around having to publicly address their absence at a big to-do. Or she’s pregnant and this is a total shotgun wedding.

    • Jawbreaker says:

      Hah, her boobs defy gravity.. shit just aint natural. Anything with a little weight is going to hang down a little bit, not stay in a perfect ball. Looks unnatural and fake.

  3. Jawbreaker says:

    Congrats on the baby! My b/f and I have been together for 8 years now and have never broken up longer than a day (only happened once or twice out of stupid anger), and we totally want a small wedding. My family loves him and his entire family, aside from his mother, live in Ukraine, so we don’ve any issues there. We just like the idea of eloping to a small Mexican border town in Texas and having a small ceremony in a little rustic church with only like one or two witnesses. I’ll still wear a really pretty, lacy, non puffy, off white, knee length dress with my dusty brown cowboy boots. I’ll throw the bouquet right after we say “I do” and get into a classic car (maybe a ’69 GTO) after getting back into our ripped jeans and biker boots, and maybe we’ll smoke a little grass and just ride around Texas back roads blasting “Free Bird” by Lynyrd Skynyrd and just have fun and be together. When we get home we’ll have a classy vintage country
    style party in this awesome rustic restaurant with beautiful mountain views, where I can wear the simple dress I got married in again, and our family and friends can bring gifts and all the pressure is off.

    Some people don’t need center of attention, everything is about ME type ceremonies. I feel a wedding is personal and reflects how you are as a couple, and we are anything but ordinary and traditional. THE LAST thing we want are tacky bridesmaids and coordinating colors, first dances, a limo, and a DJ announcing shit over a microphone like it’s a baseball game and you gotta walk around and talk to a million people when you really should be relaxing and enjoying each other. Not worry and get upset when a million things go wrong and cousin Johnny had too much to drink. Some people enjoy these big celebrations the day of their wedding, it’s just not for us.

    • Jawbreaker says:

      Also, my parents have been together for over 30 years now and they never had a big wedding. Her sister and her husband also married in a courthouse and have been together for over 35 years now. Same
      with her younger brother, my uncle and his wife and have lasted for nearly 30 years now without a huge wedding. Divorce isn’t common in my family and neither are big weddings, but everyone condoned everyone else’s wedding just fine. They all still celebrate holidays together and
      hang out a alot. So having small weddings has nothing to do with condoning or accepting the spouses into the family. It’s just what the couple prefers. God bless them, they are all still together, through hard times and worse. So it truly doesnt matter, as long as you have each other, the rest is just extra. I guess it depends on how extra you want to be :)

  4. crab says:

    My husband and I have been married for 13 years. We lived together for eight years before that! We were perfectly happy living together until I need an operation and being a bartender i didn’t have any health insurance so we married so I could be under his! We had a small wedding on a farm in the Blue Hills in Massachusetts with our sisters and brothers and in-laws there and my husband had his best friend married us (by solemnization) and had a barbacue at my sisters house! It was in May so everyone was dressed in sundresses, sandals and shorts! To me it was very intimate with just our immediate family!

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