Glitz and Glam

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In today’s world it seems as though there is a large emphasis on having the biggest celebration. With phrases such as “go big or go home” and mega celebrity weddings, who wouldn’t fall into the trap of the perceived social norm? A recently Wall Street Journal article explored some of the negative impacts a lavish wedding could have. Andrew Francis and Hugo Mialon of Emory University stated, “we find evidence that marriage duration is inversely associated with spending on the engagement ring and wedding ceremony.” The two conducted a study on wedding budgets and marriage track records by analyzing more than 3,000 U.S. adults. Their findings led to the conclusion that women “whose weddings had cost more than $20,000 (in 2014 dollars) ended up getting divorced 60% more often than those whose weddings were cheaper. And men who spent between $2,000 and $4,000 on their engagement ring got divorced 30% more often than those who spent between $500 and $2,000.”

From Pinterest

From Pinterest

This is just one study and there are many factors to consider. From the type of person planning the large wedding to the one who picked out the giant ring, personalities and values could also affect the length of a marriage. Either way, “mega-weddings are becoming more common. Last year, says The Knot, one wedding in 10 cost between $50,000 and $100,000. That number has jumped sharply in recent years.”

Regardless of how big or small your wedding is, creating memories is most important. So don’t let a little problem throw you off. With a Mojuba Emergency Kit, you can be armed for almost any problem that could arise. With a small sewing kit, deodorant, stain remover, shoe shine, and much more, remember the happy moments from your big day.

Dose of Sass Oct. 21

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The Buzz From Steve Kemble,

What’s buzzing this week? Let Steve Kemble, US Weekly Fashion Police Top Cop, entertainment reporter for the Zazza Mornings Show, KVIL 103.7 and America’s Sassiest Lifestyle Guru, fill you in on the news everyone’s going to be talking about:

The world is mourning the loss of legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, who died last evening at the age of 82 after a long battle with cancer. He was first diagnosed in 2006. Oscar rose to fame designing for First Lady Jackie Kennedy and went on to design for some of the world’s biggest celebrities including most recently, Mrs. George Clooney, Amal Alamuddin. “Dallasite” and former First Lady Laura Bush issued a statement last night praising the designer. He designed the outfits for the second inauguration of her husband George W. Bush as well as designing their daughter Jenna’s wedding dress. She thanked him for always making women feel beautiful. Most recently Laura Bush hosted an exhibit by Oscar de la Renta at the Bush Presidential Library, called ‘Five Decades of Style’. RIP Oscar de la Renta.

Let’s call this “Presidents Are Just Like Us.” President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama went out for a date night dinner in New York at posh Manhattan restaurant Estela. When the waitress politely came over to the table, she told the Commander In Chief that his credit card had been denied. The President told the waitress he really was paying the bills! Turns out the card had not been used much, so the credit card company assumed it was fraud. Luckily the First Lady had her card, so she paid the bill!

The investors of Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas have come out and praised Britney Spears as they claim she singlehandedly helped fill its 2,520 rooms along with boosting the profits to nearly $100 million dollars, up about $20 million since she started! Wall Street gaming experts claim the pop princess has revitalized the property and helped turn the one-time dismal financial center into a real profit center. Britney’s first contract was due to end next year, but has already been extended two more years.

Dancing with the Stars hottie and Mirror Ball Champion Derek Hough has come forth telling stories of how he was bullied as a youth growing up in Utah. He opened up stating, “I was punched in the face, pretty aggressively in the stomach, tied up in trees and left in fields.” While giving words of encouragement to other youth who have been bullied, Derek said he learned at an early age that the people committing the vicious acts are doing things for their own personal reasons. It’s not necessarily because of the person you are and for that, he has chosen to forgive them.

In an interview yesterday, Kris Jenner would not say yes or no as to whether Bruce Jenner was “transitioning his gender.” She said their split has become very public recently, but they have not lived together for two years, so she does not know. Kris stated that people have said this about Bruce since 1976 and that was not her experience with him. Additionally, she was asked if it was true that Bruce is now dating one of her best friends and former assistant. The two were spotted at the Elton John concert in LA. Kris once again said did not know if this is true and claimed to be so busy with her own life she does not have time to think about Bruce’s personal life.

Monica Lewinsky joined Twitter yesterday! You can find her at @MonicaLewinsky. Yesterday, she spoke to the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit and told the audience, ”I fell in love with my boss, in a 22 year old sorta way, and my boss was the President.” Monica is now 41 and claiming that she was the first case of “Patient Zero” cyber bullying. Her reputation was destroyed worldwide via the Internet. Monica stated her current goal is to help victims of cyber bullying and the shame game.

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Did you say FREE?

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You heard it correctly, Mojuba has FREE shipping on a bride or groom emergency kit! Don’t let a loose thread or a small stain get in the way on your big day.

Make Your Furry Friends A Part of Your Wedding

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Your wedding day should be filled with joy, love, and support from all your family and friends. So why should that stop at people? Your pets can too serve as an integral part of your wedding, just like anyone else. They spend countless hours taking over your bed or nagging you to play with them, but at the end of they day we all know our pets are special to us. On your big day, why not have your furry friend play a special role? An article created by Buzzfeed features various ways to “include your pet in your wedding.” From ring bearers to cake toppers, there is some role your adorable cat, sweet dog, fuzzy bunny, or talkative bird can fulfill at the wedding.

Martha Stewart published guidelines to help you should you choose to include your pet. Remember they are animals so you need to “be prepared to be flexible on the wedding day.” There are other tips to consider when planning for your pet. Check out the article for more details.

Don’t let the unexpected keep you from enjoying your wedding day. With an Mojuba Emergency Kit, almost all your problems will be solved. What if “your dog is the ring bearer and the groom’s tux is covered in dog hair?” The kit comes stocked with a lint brush to keep everyone looking fresh for the ceremony. The kit also contains other potential necessities such as Advil, tissues, and a sewing kit.

A Groom’s Go-To

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While everyone is busy running around making sure the bride’s hair is in the right place and her dress is in perfect condition, who’s checking in on the groom? The lucky man waiting for his bride tries to remain as calm and composed as ever throughout the day. Stay cool as a cucumber with the help of a Mojuba Groom Wedding Emergency Kit.

This sleek, black bag is stocked with those last minute essentials that can solve almost any problem. A shaving kit for quick fixes, a lint brush and shoe shine wipes to keep your look clean, a deck of cards for a fun distraction, mouth wash so you’re ready for the big kiss, and much more. Don’t sweat the little things and be prepared on your big day with a Mojuba kit!

Every Bride’s Survival Guide

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If you’re like most brides, you’ve not only spent months planning your wedding, but years dreaming of the big day. When it comes to THE day, emotions are swirling as people are running around to get ready. The last thing you want to happen is for a problem to arise. Let Mojuba help you be prepared for almost any situation. Their Bride Wedding Emergency Kits are available in fashionable designs and stocked with supplies. From nail files to Krazy Glue, Mojuba has thought it all out so you can be armed for that unwanted scenario.

Thank You Social Media

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Recently we read a story that detailed the events of one woman’s reunion with what she thought was her long lost wedding dress. Now, another heart warming story was reported about a man who had one lucky day. ABC Denver recently published an article about David Brenner’s lost wedding ring. While in a meeting with Greg and Sue Dorsey, Greg received a text from a friend about a lost ring in Vail, Colorado. The ring has an inscription stating, “All my love, Sue.” While Greg hadn’t lost his ring, he showed the message to David, who also has a wife named Sue. He couldn’t believe it stating, “The fact that this guy gets a text while he’s in front of me and asks that question; the chances that I ever had mentioned my wife’s name; all those things make that, as much to me, as unlikely as the ring ever being found in the first place,” said David.

From Vail's Twitter

He pulled up the news story and got in contact with the writer. An employee found it during regular maintenance work. He said to ABC, “How can you see a ring five years later? How it is not further down in the underbrush?” David was able to confirm ownership of the ring once additional information was provided. Vail offered David and his wife Sue a free night to stay to come visit and get the ring back. Social media is a powerful tool that can help in unexpected ways!

From the picture posted, it looks like they had a beautiful wedding ceremony. Don’t forget to be prepared for any problems that may come up on your big day. Mojuba Emergency Kits will be there to assist with any issue. The kit includes krazy glue, tissues, a sewing kit, advil, bobby pins, stain remover and much more. Don’t let anything bring you down throughout the celebration!

Spontaneous Ceremonies

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Do you enjoy adventure and spontaneity? Are you dreading the massive amount of planning for your wedding? If you are nodding your head right now, then Pop Wed Co. may be your solution. Started by “DC’s wackiest photographers,” Maggie and Steven have returned to their passion of photography and weddings. As their website states, “So Steven went through the process of becoming a civil celebrant, and we brainstormed the raddest locations in the city where we think weddings will both look awesome and be an amazing experience for our couples. We planned out all the little things that make a wedding special, like treats, a fun send-off, and of course an amazing portrait session.”

From Pop Wed Co.

After scouting various locations, Maggie and Steve will match each couple to a unique venue. For example, earlier this month a couple was brought to the American Art Museum. This resulted in one of a kind photos taken throughout the gallery and an intimate ceremony held in the atrium.

From Pop Wed Co

Another couple was brought to the Smithsonian Natural History Museum to tie the knot. Overseen by the giant elephant, Fénykövi, the couple made it through most of the ceremony before security came in. Part of the fun of working with Pop Wed is that you never know what will happen. But wedding officiant Steven pushed through and pronounced them husband and wife just before exiting the building in order to list the museum on their certificate.

From Pop Wed Co.

Maggie and Steve present a fun, one of a kind wedding planning service that will leave you with long lasting memories. The added aspect of a flash mob style creates a fun and thrilling atmosphere to celebrate the special day. They only offer a couple dates per month, so get your slot now!

While you may want to have a spontaneous ceremony, be prepared for the little things with a Mojuba Emergency Kit. This kit is prepared with everything you might need if there’s a rip, a hair emergency, dreaded stain and more. It will have you ready to tackle a problem that may get in the way of your special day!

Wedding Dress Reunion

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Recently a New York resident stumbled upon a treasure she thought was long gone. The Staten Island Advance published an article about Nicole Pagliaro’s wedding dress that was brought to a dry cleaners right before Hurricane Sandy hit in the fall of 2012. Hector Pacheco’s New York City store was destroyed in the storm, but the wedding dress survived. However, Pacheco didn’t know the name of the owner. So when he reopened his store over a year after Sandy, he immediately put the dress up in the window. A couple weeks ago, Nicole instantly recognized the dress when taking a different route to work. She even had the ticket for what she thought was long lost.  Now reunited with the dress, Nicole is saving it for her little girl’s wedding day.

Are the tears falling yet? I want to see the wedding pictures when her daughter gets married!

You can’t always prepare for big disasters like a hurricane, but you can be ready for the small problems that may arise. With a Mojuba Emergency Kit, you’ll be stocked with bobby pins, advil, stain remover, tissues, toothpaste, and more. Don’t let anything get you down on your big day!

You Can Get Married Where?!

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Every couple goes through the process of picking out each and every detail for their wedding. A big piece of the process is finding a picturesque venue. Business Insider recently posted an article stating McDonald’s locations in Hong Kong will host your wedding. Seems crazy, but apparently there was a demand for it.

A McDonald’s spokeswoman explained to CNBC, “We started the program because many customers tell us that McDonald’s is where they first started dating…McDonald’s is where their love stories grew. This connection is exactly why they want to hold their wedding parties and even anniversary parties at McDonald’s—to relive sweet beginnings and bring their romantic story full circle.”

The most expensive package is around $1,290, but you could get a price as low as $373. A deluxe wedding package proves two hours in the venue, 50 McDonaldland character gifts, an MC, decorations, two McDonald’s balloon wedding rings, and more. The last post mentioned ways to cut costs, so maybe all the “golden arch” fans can do so here. However, at this time you can only rent out locations in Hong Kong.

Read the full article here

If you do choose to host your wedding at McDonald’s, be prepared for spilled bbq sauce or static hair from the balloons with a Mojuba Emergency Kit.  Stocked with stain remover, hair spray, and much more, you’ll be ready for any occurrence.