This week's question of the week is another one about planning. When did you start looking at wedding sites like OneWed? Was it before you were "officially engaged" but were "kind of sort of engaged"? Was it when you were first engaged, or did you wait until about a week before the wedding? OK, 'fess up are you not even close to being engaged or already married, but you just like weddings and wedding sites?
At OneWed we like to make your life easier and make wedding planning more fun. So for this week's question of the week, tell us, what's the hardest thing about wedding planning? What's the least fun? What's stressing you out? Who knows, maybe we can make it better!
This week's question of the week is about your engagement ring. Did you help pick it out? If so, was it your idea or your groom's idea? If not, are you happy with your ring? Do you wish you had helped pick it out? Have you told your groom the truth about how you feel about your ring?
If you're a regular Savvy Scooper you probably already know quite a lot about how to reduce your wedding costs and plan for a fabulous wedding on a budget. We've also got great articles on how to figure out how much of your wedding budget should go to what. But, I want to know, how did you decide on what your wedding budget should be? How did you decide what amount of your savings to spend, or how much into debt you were willing to go? Or, was the amount given to you by your generous...
Last week I asked how you felt about the term "Bridezilla" and we got a lot of interesting responses. Since our Off-the-Chart Wedding Giveaway post this week was about Savvi Formalwear's tuxedos, I thought it would be a good time to check in on your groom. Is your groom involved in the wedding planning? Do you wish he were more or less involved? Do you think it's unusual for grooms to be involved?
I just wanted to take a little poll this morning. How do you feel about the term "Bridezilla"? Is it offensive? Is it funny? Have you ever been called a bridezilla? Do you think it's overused? How would you define a "bridezilla"? What about a "groomzilla"? Just curious.