Mystery fences in the drifts of a long lost wedding band that recently reappeared in a garage in Dunedin, almost thirty years after the ring went missing in a rugby game many kilo-metres away. Pieternella Shore and Ian Shore, who split their time between Wanaka and Dunedin, were stunned to get an email from a stranger at the weekend questioning if they were the owners of jewelry pierce which was earlier thought to be lost forever.
Yesterday, sixty six year old Mr Shore told that he read it and thought that this is just incredible. Mr Shore, who is a former member of Pirates rugby club, harks back taking his 18ct gold ring off for a match of touch rugby at the Hancock Park between twenty five and thirty years ago and leaving it with his gear near one of the goal posts.
The time when he came back to the same place following the match, the wedding ring was not there. He and his wife, who is now 61, searched the grounds for around a year on a regular basis. They even hired a metal detector. Later they gave up and bought a replacement ring.
Mr Shore, who is a financial adviser, has always believed that when you lose it on a rugby ground it is going to slowly work its way into the soil or grass, never to be seen again.
A destination wedding ceremony really appears sounds glamorous – a ceremony placed in an exotic place near azure blue sea, with palm trees and sun warming the face as one walk down the aisle. The couples, these days, prefer this type of weddings. This also getting popular as they couples do not want to spend huge amount of money by arranging a local wedding.
Emma Proudfoot is now planning her marriage. She told that destination marriage ceremonies are cheaper compared to local wedding ceremonies and she was seriously considering it, but older relatives would not have managed with the travel.
A survey made in the year 2012 stated that twenty four percent marriage ceremonies qualified as destination weddings in America. This means US$ 18 billion are spent in 332500 weddings in the United States.
Mixing a marriage ceremony along with a week long holiday is set to put the pair as well as the invitees in a good mood thinking regarding this. While pairs might select a destination wedding as a perfect way to lionize a new start, often it does not turn out as they thought it to be.
Recently couples from Australia decided tie the knot in Africa. Expenses were a huge factor as the bride was giving money for her side of the marriage ceremony. It was really cheaper to keep this in Africa than Australia.