Thursday, March 23, 2017

New Photos of Joy and Austin


Joy-Anna Duggar and Austin Forsyth announced their engagement on March 3rd, less than four months after announcing their courtship. Although their official relationship was short, their families have been friends since they were young (about 15 years).

Joy will be the fifth Duggar sibling to tie the knot and the fourth Duggar daughter to walk down the aisle. She and Austin have not yet announced their wedding date, but when they do, we will share it with you.

New episodes of Counting On are set to return to TLC this summer, and we know you are all looking forward to seeing the moment when Joy said yes, as well as the romantic outdoor dinner that Austin surprised her with after the proposal.

Here are a few snapshots of the soon-to-be newlyweds. How cute are they? Joy-Anna turned 19 in October, and Austin turned 23 in December, so they are four years apart.







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Photos courtesy DCL/TLC

134 comments:

  1. Your typical TLC staged pictures.

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  2. In other words, you know when the wedding is but you can't say. That's OK. The date will be leaked somehow.
    Always is.

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    1. They both are getting married on her 20th birthday.

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    2. They are not getting married then. Stay tuned.

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  3. I am so happy for Joy and Austin. Can't wait to see the wedding <3

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  4. we already know the wedding date and that they will marry next month. what is the big deal about the wedding date anyway. just about ratings for the show?

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    1. It ain't got nothing to do with the ratings. Calm down!

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    2. I don't think they even officially announced their wedding date. It took a long while before Jinger and Jeremy announced their wedding day. Just because they are keeping it secret, doesn't mean it has anything to do with ratings.

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    3. Actually, that's not true. It's an entertainment industry fact that the Duggars/TLC "release" information in keeping with both the start of the season and sweeps week. Counting On is competing with hundreds of other shows for corporate dollars. Nothing newsworthy= little viewers=little to no Sponsors= No show. Sponsors pay top dollar to have their products advertised on higher rated shows. If you remember, when 19 Kids & Counting was cancelled and Counting On began, most sponsors wouldn't touch the Duggars, so TLC had to front the sponsor spots themselves, advertising their own lineup.

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  5. I've always loved Joy anna!!! She has a sweetness about her!
    So happy for her!

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  6. Didn't we see this picture of Joy and Austin, wearing those same clothes, months ago? Like when the new season of Counting On was about to begin? Like back in January or so? Which leads me to believe, with their close stance, that they were already engaged by then...

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    1. Nope, it just shows that they are real people and they don't care wearing the same outfit more than once just because they are on TV.

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    2. Sure looks like part of that same photo shoot. You know TLC and their crazy timeline for shooting things vs. showing them...

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    3. Exactly! I love when celebs re-wears outfits because it shows who they really are. Haters are gonna hate.

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    4. Anonymous #2, #3, #4- If you've been watching the Duggar family for years (as well as Counting On, then surely you've seen the many episodes were the girls are in wardrobe and the production crew and stylists are choosing their outfits for that shoot from the show's wardrobe racks, not the Duggar girls' closets. They do not always wear their own clothes. Given the jerry-rigging being done with the timing of events, designed to maximize viewer ratings (that's how the entertainment industry operates and the Duggars get paid for the show), Anonymous #1's questions is fair.

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  7. They are so very cute together just like Jinger and Jeremy. Can't wait to see more on Joseph and Kendra also. Do you guys have anymore pictures of them since they started courting, would love to see them if you do. Also went are we going to see Joy's ring, can't wait to see it. I love watching Counting On and can't wait to see it this Summer. I see that Jill is really starting to show on her website she posted a few pictures and I can't wait to see their new baby boy. Would love to see pictures of Anna also and see how she is doing. Thank you for all the updates.

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  8. Oh they make such a cute couple. I can't wait to see how God is going to use them in their marriage. They would be perfect for YWAM ministry that is more outdoor ministry based.

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    1. Obtaining professional medical training, expertise in building infrastructure, or agricultural education would go a long way towards helping those in need. This should be the first priority of any 'mission', not handing out religious tracts and Bibles.

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  9. Think the last one is my favorite. Congratulations.

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  10. Joy is naturally very photogenic!! I do hope she gets to enjoy some time out of the Duggar house, following her interests and adjusting to her new life, without getting pregnant right away. She's so young and it seems like she would enjoy having some outdoor adventures, or working for a political campaign.

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    1. She can enjoy interests, have outdoor adventures, work a political campaign...all while pregnant, too! Pregnancy and children doesn't mean the "end" to adventure and fun! Good grief!

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    2. hope joy does apply self to having an political career 1st long term will make her into better happy young woman and wife then an mother someday

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    3. To Anonymous @8:30, your comment is very misleading to younger women who are not yet married or have no children yet. Children are a blessing, but when you have them, they are a full time job and require the efforts of not only a mother and father, but also friends and family. That's where the old saying "it takes a village to raise a child" comes from. Raising a child is a handful, and not everyone is cut out to juggle kids and a career. This is coming from a working mom of 3 who is very hands on. If I were in Michelle's shoes I certainly would not be able to have the career I have. Don't write such misleading statements; apply realistic statements so that those listening can have realistic and befitting notions of what goals they can set for themselves please.

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    4. Why would you think Joy would need a political career? Aren't we learning day by day what happens when you elect someone with no political experience?

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    5. In the Duggars' culture, pregnancy and motherhood do mean an end to other options. Mothers are expected to be full time homemakers, childcare providers and homeschoolers. Anyone familiar with the Duggars knows that.

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    6. They choose what they want. At least they aren't leaving their children to babysitters or daycare. They are actually taking care of their babies unlike most mothers these days....

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    7. "At least they aren't leaving their children to babysitters or daycare." Well if that isn't a slap in the face for my friend, who has a Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education, and now (second generation) runs her family's 45 year old daycare business! How do you feel about mothers who work at a daycare and bring their children to work with them so they can be watched by the daycare staff, including their own mother? I can't seem to fit that scenario anywhere into your sweeping comment about working mothers and daycare.

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    8. Whoa ho ho! Why do you think "most mothers" work these days? Maybe to provide for their families????? Maybe because their spouse cheated on them and now they're single mothers????? Maybe because they were widowed young, their husbands were laid off, the cost of living is too high, or a myriad of other possible REAL-LIFE scenarios? What a horrible thing to say about "mothers" there, 2:05!!

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    9. 2:05- JB and Michelle may not have relied on outside daycare, but they've had to rely on the older children to be live-in babysitters and tutors. Whether or not the Duggar daughters have a choice in whether or not they will be full time homemakers or not, is a matter of conjecture.

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  11. they are an adorable couple! you've got to admit, all the couples are so well suited for each other!

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  12. Cute, cute couple! They just look right for one another so happy for them!!!

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  13. In a recent picture of Joy and Austin, taken at what seemed to be Jinger's wedding rehearsal, Joy is clearly wearing a ring on her left hand, 4th finger. Can't tell for sure if it's her purity ring or a diamond, but there is something very much catching the light on that finger. Now in these pictures, no ring at all???? Are they playing around with true engagement dates again?

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    1. Yep, she's wearing that blue polka dot dress and a sweater, and there's something shining on that finger. Not sure when it was taken, but the body postures were the same as these pictures. Not a "We are not holding hands til engaged" posture at all.

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    2. Exactly my thoughts! Also, these photos are showing a lot of side hugs and "rules" that are against courting...very touchy-feely.
      It seems that accurate dates and transparency are not part of the story here.

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    3. These pictures were taken for the counting on promos. Joy and Austin are wearing the same outfits in the already seen January's season pictures.

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    4. I forget where I saw the other picture of them - him in a suit and her in a dark blue dress, against a brick wall - but they were "engaged" close then, too. If they're breaking touching rules, it's the very rules they set for themselves, remember?

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    5. WOW! Aren't we a bunch of detectives though.

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    6. These pictures are from a few months ago, before they were engaged.

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    7. Anonymous March 25, 2017 at 8:47 AM- Why does this offend you so? Very observant people civilly discussing something is a good thing. No need to be sarcastic and rude.

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    8. 8:32- Is it really important when they got engaged? They are a part of a TV show, where their job is to create mystery and intrigue, so folks will tune in.

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    9. It doesn't take much detective work. The Duggars put it all out there for everyone to see.

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  14. Congrats to you both! It is hard for me to see Joy Anna in love like this because when I see her I still see the tom boy she was in the begining of the show. but I wish them well and happiness

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  15. So very happy for Joy and Austin!!!

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  16. Their wedding date is October 28th, 2017--her birthday. If you look at the website "The Knot" and do a couple search, it lists their wedding date as the 28th of October.

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    1. I saw that date on a fb page about joy and austin

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    2. And you believe everything you read on the internet? Go ahead, send them a gift, I'm sure some troll sitting in his moms basement will enjoy the gift.

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    3. Yes, but if you delve deeper there, you'll see the notice that it's a placeholder date and not the real wedding date.

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    4. If you look at their amazon registry, they explicitly say that their actual wedding date has not been announced yet.

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    5. Anyone could have created that account.

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    6. On their Amazon registry it says, "Our actual wedding date has not been announced yet." I wonder if they put Oct. 28 because they had to write in a date in order to register. So that may not necessarily be the actual date. We will know for sure when they officially announce it.

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    7. That's a false date, that's her birthday! And a a duggar would never take 7 months to get married, way too long!

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    8. Yep, all those months between engagement and wedding? I don't think so. You can use that amount of time to get married and have a baby instead, Duggar style.

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    9. 5:08 AM - What an unkind comment. Really, why the need to be nasty?

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    10. Why is it important to know when the wedding will be? I suspect if you get an invitation, it will announce the date.

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    11. She said herself that was just a working date, so they could do things like register, may have nothing to do with the actual date, that was from Joy herself !

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  17. You don't know when they're getting married but you said we'd enjoy seeing them say I do when the show returns. Hmmm, something tells me your not telling us everything!

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    1. No, she said when Joy says yes... to Austin's proposal. It doesn't say anything about watching both of them say I do. They are referring to the proposal and watching her say yes to that.

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    2. The wedding is probably the end of April-sometime in May, according to another family friend's comments. Watch for Jill to return, too.

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    3. I think maybe she meant their engagement😉

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  18. Nice photo shoot. Hope everything goes smoothly and well for them.

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  19. Cute couple. May God bless them.

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  20. I think I am more excited about this courtship and marriage than any of the others. Austin and Joy just seem so real and settled already. I think Austin reminds me of my sweet hubby when he was that age. Can't wait to follow these two on upcoming shows.

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  21. All the duggar girls should NOT wear dresses all the time. Do what Jinger did, wear some capris and cute pant outfits. That dress on joy makes her look like a little girl. She needs to rethink her outfits before she gets married.

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    1. That's what they like to wear, do you think you own them?

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    2. Why not! That's mean not only to them but also to me since I wear skirts/dresses!

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    3. Don't know for sure but think Austin's love for her goes deeper than how she dresses.

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    4. These girls can dress how they want. Nobody SHOULD tell anyone how they should dress.

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    5. Agreed, anon8:43.

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  22. The date is already announced: It's Oct. 28, 2017

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    1. Every time a duggar gets engaged fans put up a fake gift registry with a fake date. Don't believe it until they announce it, plus that's her birthday and no duggar waits 7 months

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  23. Weren't these the promo pics for the last season of Counting On? No telling when they were shot.

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  24. Joy looks so happy! Am so glad for them!

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  25. Looks like someone had fun setting up a fake registry and wedding date in "the knot". Don't believe everything you see on the internet.

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  26. I think they will marry sometime after September when she turns 20.

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    1. Her birthday is in October

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  27. These are not new. We have been seeing photos of that Peter Pan outfit shoot for months.

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    1. You are the definition of rudeness. Shame on you for that comment.

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    2. Ha ha - I'm so old, I went looking for a cute little Peter Pan collar in the picture, after you said that. Remember Peter Pan collars? Probably not, if you're under 60. Look it up.

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    3. Just because someone voices an opinion with which you don't agree, doesn't mean it is rude. Perhaps you are looking for comments to "shame." Try turning the other cheek if you're offended.

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    4. 9:40- I remember Peter Pan collars. And yes, I'm over 60.

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    5. That WAS rude. I don't always love an outfit I see but I don't need to insult the person wearing it with a snarky comment. And thinking someone's "opinion" is rude (and saying so) doesn't mean they were offended, so it would do you well not to assume so. I've told people in person that something they said was uncalled for but I don't ever remember being offended. Just noticed their lack of manners and kindness and share my opinion on it. Oh, wait... are we allowed to do that, too? Share our opionions? You know, those of us who support the Duggars? Or is that a privilege strictly reserved for strategically placed blog trolls?


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    6. Hey, anon9:40, Peter Pan collars are all the rage right now. :) They're back in.

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  28. You have successfully added enough new posts to get Josh and Anna's announcement off your page. Why haven't any Siblings put out their congratulations you tube videos for Josh and Anna? Why the silence?

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    1. My guesses -

      They don't want to stir up any more public controversy than there already is.

      There's someone else filming or documenting, and they can't.

      The forgiveness doesn't go all the way to congratulatory videos.

      Any or all of those.

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    2. I think it has to do with Josh not being on TLC anymore and wants to be out of the public-eye. But if you want to talk about him, go onto another blog post about this. This is about Joy and Austin.

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    3. That's definitely one of the problems with those videos. Miss one milestone and it draws a big ol' spotlight to it.

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    4. I think it's wise that no congratulatory videos have been shown. Anna and Josh need all the privacy they can get to continue the healing process. Can you imagine the nasty comments from trolls? Who needs that ?

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    5. 11:26- This is a no-win situation. No matter what they do, it will stir up controversy. Perhaps they will think twice about all these congratulatory videos they put out. If they miss one, it's painfully obvious.

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  29. The Duggars should start a wedding planner/consultant business....they'd be so good at it. No that's not being said to be malicious. They've actually got some sweet ideas for a wedding, especially for those brides who are so conservative. :)

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    1. Those ideas are already out there on a place called Pinterest. The Duggars haven't had an original idea yet. I've seen it all before, online.

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    2. Well, that was kind of rude, 6:06. I doubt that every wedding planner has totally original ideas.

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    3. Great idea! And especially for those on a tight budget and don't want to finance their life away just for a wedding. I think the Duggars would be excellent at wedding planning/ideas.😃

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    4. Krystal I agree with you and I think they would have a lot of fun doing it. I would definitely hire them if I were single and their ideas would fit in with my conservative lifestyle.

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  30. What a lovely couple I wait to see Joy in a wedding dress 😍!!!!!

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  31. Why are they not announcing their wedding date? What's the secret?

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    1. Because they don't want to announce it right now o_O

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    2. TLC won't let them. Chances are good it's a contractual thing, with TLC paying for the wedding in return for rights for all the leading up to footage,the wedding, and the honeymoon. It's kind of funny how reality TV isn't all that "real".

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    3. Privacy from fans who might feel compelled to crash the wedding, I would imagine.

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    4. Maybe they haven't decided yet!

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  32. I think they are the cutest couple. So down to earth and just so happy. Like Jeremy and Jinger. I do love Jessa and Jill but feel like they just rushed into marriage. Jeremy being more mature they make a s great couple. So happy for you Joy and Austin. You are so blessed God brought you two together.

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    1. When you find the one, why wait? It's their choice how fast or slow they get down the aisle.

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  33. Lily & Ellie - Would you please address the wedding registry that is published for Joy & Austin (@ the Knot)? Is it really their wedding registry or no? It would be unfortunate if fans bought gifts for a fraudulent registry.

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    1. "Fans" shouldn't be buying them gifts anyway. Are they invited to the wedding?

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    2. Fans, how about instead, you donate items like the registry ones to a homeless shelter or a women's shelter, where they are needed most? Then it doesn't matter if the registry is fake. You've still done something nice.

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    3. 6:45- I think it's unfortunate if fans buy wedding gifts for any realty TV stars' registry, even if legitimate. It is a safe bet that the Duggars have no shortage of money to buy their own stuff or shortage of friends to buy them gifts.

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    4. Wow, look who's jealous. If fans want to buy them gifts, that's up to them. Not you.

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    5. Who would spend their hard-earned money sending a gift if you're not invited to the wedding?

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    6. Please stop trying to say that people are "jealous" if they post an opposing viewpoint here. The only people I've ever seen here who would even remotely qualify as "jealous" (which really isn't a nice word) are those who say flat out that they wish they were part of the family. For all others, "jealousy" is not any motive for what they say. So please stop thinking that, and posting it. It sounds very "school yard" and juvenile.

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  34. Lovely and a loving couple. Joy-Anna is a beauty.
    Joan,Marion and Marilyn

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  35. Joy and Austin are getting married on 10/28/17 according the website the knot. Is this true?

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  36. So, I saw where Joy and Austin have some registry's already. On Walmart.com they have their event date listed as October 29, 2017????

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    1. Fake date, to hide things from the public.

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    2. It's fake, some troll did that.

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  37. The Duggar Weddng Planning Co?....if you like outdoor parking lot receptions.

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    1. ...and if they had a formal dinner at a five star hotel ballroom and spent $5,000+ on a cake (the nonsense that has become the norm), people would say they were hypocrites for abandoning their stance on frugality. They can't win.

      Also, isn't a wedding supposed to reflect who the bride and groom ARE? It seems many people feel a wedding is the one day they get to pretend to be everything they wish they were, hosting the kind of event they can't afford and breaking the bank to do it.... feeling limited by available and traditional options for clothing, food, etc.... So ridiculous. I love that each Duggar couple felt the freedom to make their wedding their OWN. Too many young couples start out their marriages unwisely spending their own (or their parents') money trying to meet the arbitrary expectations of a superficial society. Hooray for parking lot receptions and the down-to-earth families who host them!

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    2. That parking lot reception wasn't frugal, it was downright cheap. There's a difference.

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    3. Of course, people should not have an extravagant wedding they cannot afford. However, perhaps the guest list should be limited or there should be a private ceremony if you are not willing to provide a comfortable venue or something other than snacks. The couple should be respectful of the people they invite.

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    4. Elizabeth, I agree with everything you said. Everyone has different opinions and different likes and dislikes. Why do we feel the need to critique everything? It would certainly be crazy to provide a sit down meal for so many people and a complete waste of money. In my opinion no one should offer a meal at their wedding. You should be going to a wedding to see people you care about join their lives together not to eat. I have seen too many couples focus too much time and money on the wedding and not the relationship and how they will bring their lives together after marriage.

      You can call it cheap or frugal. It is your opinion. The only opinion that matters is the couple who are marrying. I don't see you offering to pay for a fancy reception for them. If they wanted something simple, good for them.

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    5. If I had to choose between inviting more people and having a less formal event or excluding people in order to feed the guests a full meal, I wouldn't have to think twice. The right decision, IMO, is to include everyone who would enjoy being part of this once-in-a-lifetime union and trust they would not be self-centered enough to think it was about the dinner (or lack of).

      Why in the world would you expect to have a full meal at a wedding that didn't hit around meal time? I had a full meal at my wedding, and the interesting thing is, I made that choice because it actually ended up being cheaper than my first preference, which was hors d'oeuvres and desserts. I envisioned something indoors and formal, but ended up having everyone bring their own lawn chair for seating, all of my great-uncles grilled awesome Wisconsin brats, and the entire group of guests spent the afternoon visiting, taking canoe rides, playing golf, and ended the day around a bonfire with of family and friends bluegrass jam session.
      It wasn't even close to the wedding I envisioned when I got engaged, but it ended up being the most relaxing and enjoyable day ever. Everyone had a blast, it totally fit our personalities, and the best part? When it was all said and done, we were married and had no debt. My parents never stressed during the wedding preparations, there was no drama, and it truly reflected who we were as a couple. It was tempting to try to compete with all of the current trendy couples getting married around the same time, but we couldn't justify spending money just to impress people, and it didn't feel right not to be true to who we were, anyway. I suppose that whole picture seems ridiculous to many of you, as you are likely the same folks criticizing Joy and Austin's, well, everything.

      Here is an idea for those of you who pride yourself on being tolerant: actually try being tolerant. Even when you don't agree. It's not true tolerance when you only show kindness and acceptance towards the ideas and people you understand, agree with, or like already. ...and to those of you who feel like some sort of rule of etiquette was breached with the root beer parking lot reception - think for a minute and see if you can tell me who made those rules of etiquette and why exactly we are required to follow them. My standard is the Bible, not Emily Post. Consider loosening up a bit on what you consider proper. Did God said those expectations, or the American public? You will enjoy people, and life, a whole lot more if you can learn to let people be who they feel they should be and set down your bag of complaints.

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  38. I think Jinger has the best chance of experiencing more of the real world than anyone, because Jeremy has been exposed to a lot. The fact that he said the word "fart" on their honeymoon episode shows he is sooo different than the others. Joy marrying Austin will have a very restrictive life, considering what his family is like. Same with Joseph.

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  39. Joy has the prettiest smile😊

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  40. Weddings and Receptions-to each his /her own. :) I will say though that many elderly guests cannot take the heat of a summertime parking lot reception. Four years ago, we were guests at an outdoor Bridal Shower. Although it was 104 degrees in the shade of the picnic shelter (no kidding), they opted to go ahead with it. It was absolutely miserable for all the guests attending, especially the older family members who suffered through it not wanting to "spoil" things by leaving. Several guests were physically ill by the time it was over. While it is "your day", the Bride and Groom as the hosts, should be considerate of their guests. "Your Day" shouldn't selfishly mean "Your Way".

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    1. I've been to those brutally hot weddings held in open fields in July or August with not one spot of shade anywhere (but plenty of wasps and bees attracted to the flowers near the chairs). I've been to an outdoor wedding in March (!) where everyone was freezing, especially the bridesmaids in their strapless gowns. It was pitiful. Is that what you want people to remember from your wedding?

      I don't understand why brides are allowed to plan things that way. Doesn't some family member speak up during the planning stage and say, "Are you kidding?!" When I heard that Jessa was having an outdoor reception, in November, with ice cream, I thought here we go again...... Giving your guests "cute" decorated paper fans (so they can fan themselves while feeling faint?) or renting a few propane heaters for the parking lot does not make up for poor planning and as you say, selfishness.

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    2. I don't know. Our Pastor had just gone through a series on Jewish weddings and wedding feasts, along with a well-known Messianic Jewish speaker, when we planned our wedding. So, we planned with the idea in mind that we were hosting a celebration for our guests. My mom, having helped at a lot of weddings/showers was instrumental in walking me through venue, weather, seating, etiquette, and appropriate crowd-size food options. We were never allowed to make it all about us in our household. Having witnessed more than one display of Bride drama in our friend circle, we didn't want to go there. Likewise, having waited at receptions for an hour or more for the couple to take pictures, we cut our cake first and invited everyone to eat while we took our pictures. Bottom line: You're the host and you've essentially invited all these people to your home. Be mindful of their needs, be considerate, feed them sensibly. You don't have to go into hock with a catered meal, but a well thought out menu says I am glad you're here to share our day.

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  41. Congratulations Joy and Austin! I hope you have a beautiful adventure together and many happy days in your marriage.

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