Thursday night’s (September 10) episode of ‘Christina on the Coast’ will mark the end of Season 2 Part 2 of this show. ‘COTC’ gave audiences a full-blown look into Christina Anstead’s professional endeavors and also captured her in her personal space that she shares with her three children and husband Ant Anstead. A chunk of episodes from Season 2 initially aired earlier this year on HGTV and the network began airing the remainder of its episodes in the first week of August. We’ve seen Christina go on a snowy holiday with family, watched her go-kart with Ant, her best friend Cassie, and her boyfriend, seen Christina and Cassie get acupuncture, all this while continuing to work on the renovation projects for her clients. For the final episode too, she will be seen working on a kitchen remodel for her clients but at the same time, she will also be fulfilling
“Intimate weddings have always been chic—even before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Joy Proctor, who designed Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s intimate wedding in the South of France. And we couldn’t agree more—small weddings, no matter how petite, are weddings nonetheless; well-deserving of attention to detail, jaw-dropping fashion moments, and a stellar guest experience.
With couples postponing and rethinking their wedding plans for 2020 and 2021 with fresh priorities, safety, and national and international regulations in mind, celebrations have inherently become smaller, more intimate—and, if we’re being honest, more intentional and personal than ever before. A common misconception is that a small weddings mean less effort, curation, and elevation. Quite the contrary; a wedding is a wedding, regardless of size, scope, and location—and smaller guest counts make it possible to get even more creative.
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