Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Former ‘Hills’ Star Frankie Delgado Ties the KnotCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Former ‘Hills’ Star Frankie Delgado Ties the Knot

By Kerri Sheehan

Frankie Delgado of Hills fame got hitched this weekend to girlfriend Jennifer Acosta. Hills star Lauren Conrad was in attendance and posted a picture of Delgado and his new wife dancing. The caption read, “Congratulations! @kingfrankiedelgado and @shopatrend (Jen) are officially husband and wife! So happy for you both xo.” According to, other guests include Brody Jenner and Reggie Bush.

How do you decide who to put your on wedding guest list?

Cupid’s Advice:

Whether you want a small ceremony or a big one you always have the task of deciding whom to invite. Cupid has some advice about how to make the decision:

1. Invite who you want: In the end it’s your special day so you should decide who gets invited, not your parents, friends, or other relatives. Invites to your wedding should go to those who want to see you making a happy commitment to another person.

2. And Guest?: Allowing all of your guests to bring a date will quickly add to the number of attendees and will balloon the price of the wedding astronomically. Generally if a friend or relative is in a committed relationship of more than six months then that denotes an ‘and guest’ wedding invite. Otherwise you don’t need to allow your single friends to bring a guest. This may even relieve some pressure, as many single friends would dread having to scour for a wedding date.

3. Priorities: There will be certain people that you must invite and then other that you should invite and could invite. Make sure you include the musts before you go into the shoulds and coulds. Remember, your guests are your “witnesses” so you want them to be people who are close to you.

How did you decide who to invite to your wedding? Share below.