Cupid's Pulse Article: Dave ‘Uncle Joey’ Coulier Ties the KnotCupid's Pulse Article: Dave ‘Uncle Joey’ Coulier Ties the Knot

By Sanetra Richards

It was definitely a full house in Paradise Valley, Montana this past week. According to, Dave Coulier, also known as Uncle Joey from the hit sitcom “Full House” married his longtime girlfriend, Melissa Bring, on Wednesday, July 2nd. The couple of nine years welcomed family and friends to spend the week together leading up to the big day. Who was there as the actor/comedian and photographer/producer exchanged vows? Fellow cast mates John Stamos, Candace Cameron Bure, Andrea Barber, Bob Saget, and the creator of it all, Jeff Franklin. Unfortunately, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen could not make the festivities. Bure posted an Instagram picture with her co-star on Wednesday. “Parade day in Montana with @andreabarber,” she captioned. Alongside the two friends on-and-off screen was John Stamos, who also posted a picture with the groom on Wednesday: “This boy is very happy today,” wrote Stamos. “Know why?”

 How do you compromise when it comes to potential wedding guests?

Cupid’s Advice:

Inviting guests is just one of the many things on the list of wedding plans. Many times, partners bump heads on the number of guests to invite and of course, exactly who to invite. This may bring a little tension, but Cupid has some ways to avoid the stressful invitation planning:

1. Choose a number: First, you and your partner must choose the wedding size. Whether that be something small and intimate with a crowd of 50 or less, or a large and lavish wedding with more than 150 – consult with each other over your ideas. Ultimately, the goal is to reach a number where you are both satisfied.

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2. Be understanding: Your partner may want to invite someone you are not too fond of, but you know they love this person dearly. Be willing to do whatever it takes to make your partner happy on the big day . . . even if that means having the annoying family member or friend there.

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3. Come to an agreement: Without a doubt there will be some bickering and frustration while choosing the guest list. The best idea is probably to split the number of guests right down the middle. Square and even!

What are some ways to compromise when selecting potential wedding guests?