(Closed) “Bad wedding cliches born from good ideas”

posted 7 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
3049 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 1991

I disagree with still shots. My wedding album is done in an artistic or “photojournalistic” way. So the details of my dress hangin, the place settings, the food, etc etc will actually be placed on the page in a fun way that tells a story! I think it’s great 🙂

Haha, I think the one about bridezillas is funny and interesting. In a way, I agree… saying that word gives brides an excuse to be completely insane. But I still don’t think it’s mainstream to be a lunatic bride. Annoying maybe… but not completely and utterly mean, where you feel sorry for the groom!

Everything else doesn’t hit a cord with me yay or nay.

Post # 4
3978 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

Has someinteresting points. Though I love miniature food! Appetizers, cupcakes, cookies, tiny cups of this or that. I love it! I’d much prefer that to a slop of mashed potatoes and green beans on my plate!

Also, I think the “laid-back” theme takes a lot of flack. I think there are way too many overly fussy and overly fancy  weddings. I agree that spending $60k on a “rustic” wedding is dumb, but I think the goal of keeping the day from getting over the top is admirable.

Post # 5
2263 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

There’s a point to some of this… but I LOVE miniature food. I don’t know if making cake and appetizers easily accesible to your guests (aka… mini food you can just grab as you like or go get more without being served) will ever go out of style completely. It’s way too practical! 

 As for everything else, I was eh okay about it all…. it’s all really personal taste because I know a person who’s for each and every thing the article tore down. 

Post # 7
3982 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

The only thing we did in all that is the detail shots. I wanted those! Those are the little thinsg I didn’t really get to fully enjoy day-of and I want to see the things I spent so much money and time on.

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