Post # 1
I’ll admit it, I dont really read the blogs. I feel like a HORRIBLE bee because I dont read them. I dont really have 1 I follow. If I happen to go to the homepage and Miss Knitting has a new blog or there is a picture or title that catches my eye I read but normally I go directly to the boards.
Post # 3
I usually browse through the blogs but I don’t really read all that many of them. Mostly if there is a DIY tutorial or something 🙂
Post # 4
eek I’ve never read a blog yet.
Post # 5
I pretty much stay on the boards unless something on the blogs catches my eye. Even then, I am pretty bad at posting comments to the blogs.
Post # 6
I’ll admit it! I’ve never paid much attention to the blogs. I think the blogs are really interesting to those who are actually bloggers. That’s where a lot of the comments seem to come from. I think the boards are a big draw for a lot of the rest of us. That’s what I’m most interested in.
Post # 7
i read every. single. blog. post. I love them – it’s like reading someone else’s diary pages and I find them entertaining and informative. I tend to lurk on the blog much more than on the boards.
Post # 8
There was no “other” option so I didn’t vote. I read the blogs sometimes, but mostly just go to the boards. Usually in order to catch my attention, the post has to be a dress reveal (squee!) or an interesting emotional topic. I don’t get excited about DIY or anythign paper, which I think is probably the majority of blog posts. I feel like a bad bee when I see other bee’s quoting blog posts, I think I’d fail a quiz 🙁
Post # 9
i used to be just a strict boards bee, then in the last few months i’ve definitely fallen in love with several of the blogger bees, and just in general with reading during slow hours at work!
i don’t think it makes u a bad bee! i think we had a poll way back… some ppl are here just for the boards, some are here just for the blog, etc. that’s what the ‘bee is for! 🙂
Post # 10
It’s okay! When I’m in a hurry I skip over the boards and leave after I read the blog, and that makes me feel like a bad bee. . So no worries, there’s enough Weddingbee for everyone!
Post # 11
I love reading blogs, so it’s a big draw for me! I love seeing how people’s wedding plans progress and how different each person’s wedding is, and I think you get more of a big picture on the blogs then on the boards. I usually read through the most recent blog posts first, then hit the boards, which I also love too!
Post # 12
I like the DIY posts in particular and love following along–some bloggers’ writing appeals more than others but I do enjoy all of them. That said, I spend waaaay more time on the boards, and I almost never comment on the blogs.
Post # 13
- Wedding: May 2011 - Bartram's Garden
I started with Weddingbee on the blogs and didn’t come to the forums for several months.
Even now, there are some bloggers that I follow religiously.
Post # 14
I spend much more time on the blogs than I do on the boards. I love seeing people’s planning and weddings from start to finish! I feel like I know much more about the bloggers than the bees on the boards, since peoples posts are scattered all over the boards, and harder to keep track of.
Post # 15
I do both, but I have trouble keeping up with all of the blog posts. I try though! 🙂
Post # 16
Like Danidelphia, I started on the blogs and never once came over to the boards, probably for a year or more. I’m not even sure I knew they existed! Before the wedding I read every single blog post (though it was much easier in those days it seems). Since the wedding I only read posts that are from “old” bees or relatively local ones. Even then, I often don’t think to look and see if they’ve posted anything unless it happens to be on the top of the page when I come over.