Monday, October 21, 2013

Boy Meets World Wedding Weekend

Your childhood got married this weekend. On Saturday Danielle Fishel married her longtime boyfriend Tim Belusko in what some are calling the world's quickest wedding ceremony. Her guests had barely settled in when it was over and the real partying took place.

Meanwhile, yesterday Rider Strong got married to his long time girlfriend and apparently didn't know that because Danielle had married the day before that he was going to have a low turnout. "I am missing some of my Boy Meets World family.That was my fault, [Danielle] chose the date first."

Rider went with the weekend theme thing instead of just a quick ceremony and party. Everyone who attended camped out in an Oregon forest and people slept in bunks.

17 comments:

MerryB said...

Congrats to both couples!

auntliddy said...

slept in bunks? Ahhhh, to be young!

Kristin said...

More importantly: Which wedding did Mr Feeny go to?

Karen said...

Both weddings sound like fun! Congrats to Topanga and Shawn!

TalksTooMuch said...

Poor Enty. I will pour one out for you.

Renoblondee said...

I completely missed this show entirely. I had no idea it even existed.

Kristin said...

I take that back. Most importantly, can VIP find us a Feeny butt shot?

S.joy said...

I looooved Boy Meets World. This post makes me smile.. almost makes up for our sucky Almost Reveal weekend. All of today's posts BETTER be awesome!

AnonyMouse said...

How sweet! :)

Katie said...

Rider Strong is so obnoxious

Patty said...

"Everyone who attended camped out in an Oregon forest and people slept in bunks."

And he is surprised by the low turnout? I'd say he's lucky the bride showed.

Amandachick said...

Topanga looks adorable.

omchill said...

Ew who cares enty

Seachica said...

No way was it an accident that the weddings were the same weekend. Even if you aren't talking to your former co-worker, you would know as soon as you got RSVPs and a lot of your guests were declining because of a wedding the same weekend.

And Patty -- there's nothing wrong with a weekend wedding camping out in the forest. It's not that uncommon here in the Pacific Northwest, where people enjoy the outdoors and the scenery is much more beautiful than some $4000 venue.

jadetoo said...

The campout actually sounds fun. Moreso if there was a lot of booze involved. :)

V said...

Seachica - agreed on that one! Have you been to the Enchatnments? My dream wedding location.

feraltart said...

My friend's daughter just had a camping wedding. People had a great time.