Cupid's Pulse Article: Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell Tie the KnotCupid's Pulse Article: Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell Tie the Knot

By Nicole Weintraub

Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell went and got married, according to People. The bride revealed her excitement through her Twitter account saying, “Words cannot describe the happiness I am feeling.” Bell’s close friend Max Minghelia who also attended the wedding also shared his feelings regarding the nuptials via Twitter, “…Got to see my best friend exchange vows with the love of his life.” The pair had been supposedly engaged since January of this year and married in a quiet ceremony with close friends and family members in attendance. They originally dated back in 2005 when they met on the set of a Green Day music video. They even got each other’s first initial tattooed on each other, but split for some time. During their split Wood dated and became engaged to Marilyn Manson. Though, since then she has found her way back to her roots with Bell.

How do you know whether to have a large or small wedding ceremony? 

Cupid’s Advice:

Weddings come in all shapes, forms and sizes, so how do you know which one is for you? Here are some tips on how to determine whether or not to have a large or a small ceremony:

1. Money: The more guests you have, the more money your wedding will be. If you and your partner are on a tight budget, you might want to keep the guest list down to a manageable amount. Not all weddings need to have over two hundred guests.

2. The Venue: If you have fallen in love with a smaller venue, it may be best to cross off that third cousin twice removed. Perhaps you are having your wedding at someone’s house and you only have a limited number of space. 

3. Your Choice: At the end of the day, whomever you invite it completely up to you and your partner. You do not have to invite every one you have ever spoken to. The smaller the ceremony, the more intimate. The larger the ceremony, the bigger the party.

Would you have a small or a large reception? Share your ideas with us!