bride-to-be


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a woman who is engaged to be married

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According to 'arghhhhhhh' the bride-to-be has received a number of comments, with some even saying they wouldn't attend, if they were invited, due to her attitude.
THE BRIDE-TO-BE Lowri Dennis, 31, from Cowbridge , is a secondary school teacher in Pontypridd.
Bride-to-be pulls plug on reception after castle venue boss loses it over child meal query
Other than checking the dresses, I found it helpful talking to the wedding consultant and the caterer," bride-to-be Randa Azar said.
"She is beautiful, clever and sent from heaven on mission impossible" - Screenwriter Jeremy Lloyd, 83, on his bride-to-be, Lizzie Moberley.
"She is beautiful, clever and sent from heaven on mission impossible" Screenwriter Jeremy Lloyd, 83, on his bride-to-be, Lizzie Moberley.
ALERT: " Bride-to-be Laura Rigby, who is getting married in three weeks, paid a PS350 deposit on a PS450 dress.
"Your body's a battleground," said the Doctor after Catherine Tate's bride-to-be character Donna was beamed into the Tardis.
Well the marvellous Catherine Tate was certainly bovvered when she found herself as bride-to-be Donna in the special Christmas edition of Doctor Who on BBC1.
ROD STEWART and bride-to-be Penny Lancaster show off her sparkling pounds 50,000 three-carat diamond ring on a night on the town to celebrate their engagement.
Now he's learned a vital lesson for life - never joke with a bride-to-be, they no longer have a sense of humour.
Worried bride-to-be Deborah Brown contacted the Chronicle after the shop closed, concerned about the flowers she had ordered for her wedding and the pounds 50 deposit she had paid.
For the magazines that cater to the bride-to-be, 2003 was a year of sorting things out.
But his bride-to-be said she would not be taking the title of Lady McCartney.