Post # 1
I just got back from the Honeymoon and my question to you is:
Is there life after Weddingbee.com?
I love this site so much…some dare to call me obsessed. Do you know of any blogs besides theNest.com that is as cool as weddingbee.com?
Post # 3
I naively though I would just go back to my regularly scheduled program after the wedding, but nope. I still check weddingbee all day and read my photographer’s blog and chat on the Knot message board, check Style Me Pretty, Etsy Wedding and Something Old, Something New religiously each day.
I remember one bride suggested to another bride to find a new hobby. My Darling Husband and I had so much fun learning our first dance, we’re thinking of taking ballroom dancing classes. ::shrug::
Just know that you are not alone!
Post # 4
I’ve been married since June and I can’t kick the Weddingbee habit. I read other non-wedding blogs, but nothing is as good. There should be a blog that’s the bloggers of weddingbee but talking about being married instead of just planning the wedding. Like the nest, but much better!
Post # 5
Ha, I also got married in June and still visit WeddingBee often. I started writing my own blog and read a lot of dooce.com, as well as some of the old bees’ sites.
Congrats to you, btw!
Post # 6
We haven’t had the wedding yet, but I have a feeling I will be in the same boat 🙂
Post # 7
Amen to all of the comments above! My wedding isn’t until June and I am already worried about withdrawl:) Did you buy a new home or move into a new place? Perhaps "nesting" could be a new focus?
Post # 8
Hmm… wouldn’t it be wonderful if a new "wedded wedding bee" site is the news Mrs. Bee has at noon? I wonder…
Post # 10
Just got married last weekend and I just “unsubscribed” to all of my wedding related websites and blogs. I was looking at it on google reader every day thanks to advice from this site. I’m not sure what to check out next. Are there newlywed sites? I’d like to check out some of the Mrs. sites. Where did Ms. Lovebug go?