It’s official! Bears Quarterback Jay Cutler and bride Kristin Cavallari tied the knot this past weekend after their two year engagement (with a brief split in the middle).
The couple kept things hush-hush when it came to the details of their southern wedding with only a single tweet by KCav announcing their official nuptials. It wasn’t an over-the-top Laguna Beach style shindig, but rather a mellow wedding. Cutty doesn’t seem like the type to have a big glitzy party.
KCav went with a beautiful strapless gown and Cutler looked very dapper in a gray suit. The best part – the couple’s 10-month-old son Camden wore a coordinating little gray suit – precious.
The ceremony took place at Woodmont Christian Church in Nashville. Guests headed to Houston Station for the reception where they indulged in some southern cooking, vanilla cake with pink roses, chocolate chip cookies, and red velvet cupcakes (YUM). Cutler and Cavallari boogied on the dance floor to a live band where eye witnesses told US Magazine, “They looked incredibly happy and like they were having a great time.”
The guest list was VIP, as the couple wanted to keep things small only inviting friends and family. Bears Wide Receiver and Cutler’s buddy Brandon Marshall was nothing but smiles at the couple’s reception.
It looks like it was a very fun and tasteful day. Congrats Cutlers!
Anyone who loves hockey knows a thing or two about the legendary lucky playoff beard, but a Park Ridge resident took a new approach to displaying his Blackhawks pride. Frank Miller has grown a playoff lawn adorned with a Blackhawks sign.
Miller told NBC Chicago, “They’re growing their playoff beards, so I just decided, you know what, it hit me: I’m going to make a playoff lawn and I’m going to make a sign for it and I’m going to embrace it.”
Others have embraced his shaggy lawn honking and hollering when they pass the lawn and sign, “Everybody drives by and beeps at it. People stop and take pictures. It’s awesome,” Miller said.
The city of Park Ridge hasn’t been on board with Miller’s playoff lawn as it breaks city regulations and was considered a health risk, because it could become a breeding ground for mosquitoes (hate those bugs). The city paid a man to take an industrial sized mower to Miller’s ugly lawn. Luckily, the lawn can face adversity (just like our Hawks) and has bounced back for the Stanley Cup Finals.
The finals kick-off on Wednesday as the Blackhawks prepare to take on the Boston Bruins at the Madhouse on Madison. This is the first Stanley Cup Final meeting for these two all-Original Six teams. Will our Hawks host Lord Stanley’s Cup again?
Dear Justin Bieber,
You really went with the leather shirt and tacky gold chains get-up to go with your court-side seat? No wonder Selena G got rid of you.
A Concerned TwentySomething
Aye Dios Mio…I know Game 7 between the Pacers and the Heat was in Miami, a city known for pushing the fashion limits, but a leather shirt is never acceptable game day attire for a man (or “young man” for the Biebs sake). Also, is he aware American Airlines Arena is an indoors facility? Were the shades really necessary?
I think Justin Bieber truly established himself as the douchiest dressing NBA fan across the nation. What happened to the little boy with the Ellen DeGeneres haircut who just loved basketball? Let’s take a look at his progression from a nice Canadian Toronto Raptors fan to the individual we saw on Monday:
I can’t wait to see what the Biebs comes up with for the Finals series. Not sure he can top the horrific leather shirt.