All the details on Jeannie Mai’s wedding dress

Jeannie Mai walked down the aisle in style on her big day.

Mai wed rapper Jeezy on March 27, surrounded by immediate family and close friends at their Atlanta home.

The co-host of “The Real,” 42, told Vogue that she had always wanted to wear a wedding dress by Galia Lahav, a dream that became a reality at the couple’s intimate nuptials.

“I collaborated with my stylist Lisa Cera and the Galia Lahav atelier to custom design the layers and the perfect hue,” Mai said of her dress, which featured see-through paneling and hand-placed nude appliqués.

“I envisioned this gown

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2022 Ford Bronco Aftermarket Accessories Leak: Details and Photos

Now, thanks to enthusiast forum Bronco6G, we now have our first good look at said catalogue. Hundreds of accessories from more than a dozen different manufacturers (both third-party and official Ford Performance parts) spilled onto the internet, and almost all of them have been priced. It looks like the forum got their hands on information that was destined for dealers and very generously put it up for everyone to pore over. There are more than 200 accessories to pick from, and some of them even have imagery attached.

According to the images, there are at

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Guddu and Sweety’s wedding song in Mirzapur was a special composition. Details here

The violent world of Mirzapur came alive for the first time in 2018, when we met Guddu Bhaiya (Ali Fazal) and his brother Bablu (Vikrant Massey). The two brothers started working for ‘The King of Mirzapur’, Akhandanand Tripathi aka Kaleen Bhaiya (Pankaj Tripathi). Amid all the bloodshed, there was a touch of romance in the form of Guddu and Sweety’S (Shriya Pilgaonkar) love story. The two get married in Episode 8 of the first season. There is a Sufi song that plays throughout the wedding sequence. Did you know that this song was specially composed for this scene?


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How to Tweak Your Wedding Details for Another Season

Like many couples who’ve been forced to postpone their wedding due to the pandemic, Emily Johnson and Zachary Reichenbach were not too happy when they had to move their date from May to March.

“I was very upset my wedding would no longer be the warm spring event I had envisioned for so long,” says Johnson. “These days, I’ve been spending a lot of time figuring out ways to modify all the details to make everything, from the flowers to the décor, more winter-appropriate.”

Wedding postponements have resulted in many couples having to marry at a time of year that

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