It’s official: there’s a new Mrs. Hugh Hefner in the house! Hefner and Crystal Harris tied the knot on New Year’s Eve, according to People. Hefner, 86, married Harris, 26, in front of family and close friends at the Playboy Mansion, and the two attended the Mansion’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration afterward. “Crystal & I married on New Year’s Eve in the Mansion with Keith as my Best Man. Love that girl!” said Hefner via Twitter after the nuptials.¬†Guests included Joe Don Rooney of Rascal Flatts, 2005 Playmate of the Year Tiffany Fallon, baseball player Evan Longoria, Gene Simmons and wife Shannon Tweed and Jon Lovitz.
What are some reasons to get married on a holiday?
Many people point to the reasons to avoid holidays for your wedding, but there are also many good reasons to aim for one. Cupid has some ideas:
1. Built-in celebration: Take a page from Hefner and Harris, whose wedding reception was the Playboy Mansion’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration. Getting married on a holiday can mean much less planning.
2. You and other will remember the date: How many times do husbands get in trouble because they don’t remember the date of their anniversary? Well, getting married on a holiday may make sure that never happens.
3. Family/friends are already in town: Especially if you get married in your hometown, family and friends may already be coming home for the holidays and won’t have to make a separate trip for your wedding.
What are some other reasons to marry on a holiday? Share your thoughts below.