Post # 1
I’ve read quite a few posts of bees saying how wonderful Weddingbee is, so I decided to start this to show how much I appreciate all the ladies (and misters) here.
The best thing about Weddingbee is I have “met” so many wonderful people that have encouraged me to keep strong through all the obstacles I’ve been facing, from my FI deployment to fighting for full custody of my daughter.
Words can not express how honored I am to bee surrounded by such caring individuals!
Post # 3
2) great ideas
3) everyone is nice and tactful (99.9% of the time)
5) step by step instructions from the bees and others
I could go on and on and on…. =]
Post # 4
I agree with everything ejs has said!
I was belittled on another site when I had mentioned a mistake that I made. WB is just so welcoming and the people on here don’t use the computer to be bullies to other brides. Great community!
Post # 5
I love that people here give you their honest opinion yet they still manage to be polite and civil. I hate the trend of the internet being used as a forum to showcase your worst personality traits, and people turning off their tact because they are “anonymous.”
I also love the absolute endless amount of info and advice from so many people. I feel that members of this community try to figure out what styler YOU are going for, then give their advice based around that. Instead of imposing what they would do for themselves on advice-seekers!
I have found so many ideas for DIY and had so many wedding etiquette questions answered. And just reading experiences has helped me and my FI prepare for our own unexpected surprises!
Post # 6
The best thing about WeddingBee is that I have found a group of people to talk to about my ideas and I’m not driving my husband crazy with all of them…AND Mr. Bee. He makes me laugh! 😉
Post # 7
I think ejs hit the nail on the head. This place is wonderful, accepting and so, so helpful! I’ve gotten so many ideas and so much advice. I love the bee!
Post # 8
Ditto to all of you – everyone is so NICE here. Nobody is worried about another bee upstaging them. My boss is engaged too and if either of our weddings ever come up in conversation she immediately dismisses what I say with “I’m not into all that girly stuff” (but she’ll discuss it with anyone else, so weird!) Nobody here is passive aggressive. Thanks ladies (and Mr. Bee)!
Post # 9
I love the sense of community. I talk about my fellow WeddingBee ladies as if I know you personally! And I agree with the others, it has given me a place to talk about weddings long after everyone else in my life is tired of hearing about them. 🙂
Post # 10
Everything everyone else just said!
It’s simply the best wedding place on the web.
Post # 11
I love that there are other people going through the same things as me. I can talk wedding all day everyday and no one gets sick of me – this way I’m not talking off FH’s or other people’s ear off.
Post # 12
Ditto everyone else – I *adore*(!!) WeddingBee!
Post # 13
I love the inspiration. The women on this site are BEYOND creative and talented. I have been blown away again and again.
And (like August15 said) it’s pretty great to have a place where you can “endlessly” talk about your wedding without everyone getting completely sick of hearing about it. During planning (and now still) I wanted to talk weddings 24/7, but not many of my friends could handle it. After finding this place, I starting getting my fill of wedding-chat and could finally shut-it-off around my friends. They’re all so grateful!
Post # 14
How about the fact that it’s much easier to be subtle with WeddingBee at work than it would be to have a bunch of magazines open on my desk!
But on a more serious note, I know next to nothing about planning a wedding and it is GREAT to have a place to come with questions or issues! You ladies rock!
Post # 15
LOL I won’t tell missrain. I totally agree I get my fix from work about every hour.
Post # 16
I love being a part of this community! I always have people (bees!) to turn to for advice on almost anything! If a question comes up, I can just say “hey, I will ask the bees!”