Valentine's Day is this weekend. How do you feel about Valentine's Day? Is it just a "greeting card holiday" or does it have real meaning for you? Do you think it's a fun day to celebrate love, or a lot of pressure? Do you expect a big gift this year? Are you giving him a big gift this year? Helpful Links Valentine's Day Gifts for Your Guy Question of the Week
Obviously, we think the Internet is a great tool for helping brides and grooms plan their weddings. But for our Question of the Week this week we want to know, how are YOU using the Internet? Is it mainly for ideas and inspiration or are you making decisions and finding information online? Do you still have a three-ring binder or is everything saved to your desktop?
Let's face it, most of us can't afford to have absolutely everything we want for our weddings. A standard piece of wedding advice is to pick two or three things that are the most important to you and spend your money on those things, and try and save on the others. So, what are your top priorities? Photography, Food, Music, Flowers, the Bar, Decorations? Where are you going to spend your money? Helpful Links Your Wedding Budget Question of the Week Find Affordable Wedding Vendors ...
So, your favorite question that you've been asked recently is probably "Will you marry me?", but once that question has been answered, a slew of other questions from well-meaning and less well-meaning people starts to come. Whether it's the rude (Why? Are you pregnant?), the clueless (So, when will I get my invitation?), or the just plan stress-inducing (Have you done, insert the one thing you haven't even thought about yet?) Sometimes the most benign question can still set you off....
Yesterday we saw an amazing Steampunk wedding cake. Lately, I've seen a lot of wedding dresses like the one here that definitely have a theme. It got me thinking about wedding themes. What do you think when people say "wedding theme"? Does your wedding have a theme? Do you think weddings need themes? What are some of your favorite and least favorite "wedding themes"? Helpful Links: Wedding Dresses Wedding Themes. Question of the Week
Are you at work right now? For this week's question of the week, we want to know, how much of your wedding planning are you doing at work? Is it the occasional lunch-time browse through wedding blogs? Are you shopping for caterers when you should be talking to clients? Or is your wedding planning strictly off-the-clock? 'Fess up, we promise we won't tell!
Monday is what we like to call Matrimony Monday, where all the recently engaged brides start fulfilling their New Year's resolutions by getting to work on their wedding planning. What about you? Do you think New Year's resolutions work? Do you make one? Do you have one for 2010? Is it wedding related? Did you have one for 2009, and if so, did you fulfill it?
What else could this week's Question of the Week be? What's on your holiday wish list? What's on your wish list for others? Check in on Thursday and our panel of wedding experts will tell you their wishes for your holiday season!
Any time there's a celebrity cheating scandal, like the recent Tiger Woods car crash debacle, questions about why people cheat and how to protect your own marriage come up. Since most of our readers are nearly-weds or newlyweds, I want to know: How will you cheat-proof your marriage? Is it possible or do you just have to have faith in your partner? Do you think the attention that celebrity cheating gets makes it seem like cheating is a bigger problem than it really is?
Well, last week's question of the week was a little controversial, so let's go back to a more neutral topic for this week. What are you going to do with your wedding dress after the wedding? Trash it? Save it? resell it? If you're saving it, will you let someone else wear it or is it only for your daughter? What do you think of the trash the dress concept? Is it wasteful or fun?