Post # 1
I’m curious… how did you find out about Weddingbee?
I’m adding a poll, but would love to hear specifics in the comments below!
- If you found Weddingbee through Google, do you remember what you were searching for?
- If it was linked from another site or blog, do you remember which one it was?
Post # 3
- Wedding: March 2009 - Byodo-In Temple, Luau Reception
I stumbled onto weddingbee a few times from other websites. I have to admit, at the time I wasn’t really informed about blogs so weddingbee was kind-of confusing (and over-whelming) to me at first. Now, I can’t imagine life without it.
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2020 - Oakland Manor
same as miss sushi, I saw it linked from several blogs, but I can’t remember which ones. I do remember thinking, there are so many posts that I’ll never be able to keep up reading all of them….right – like I don’t overuse the refresh button now.
Post # 5
- Wedding: July 2020 - Outdoor ceremony, banquet hall reception
I was actually searching for photos of candle centerpieces, and I came upon Mrs. Lemon’s post. I’ve never looked back!
Post # 6
- Wedding: July 2020 - Pier Sixty, Chelsea Piers
I was searching for NYC venues and found Mrs. Grasshopper’s posts!
Post # 7
When I got engaged, I had no idea there was such a HUGE amount of blogs devoted to weddings. The first one I started reading was ihateplanningmywedding.blogspot.com, which is hilarious and links to Weddingbee. I’ve been addicted ever since, to both!
Post # 8
I was either searching nettleton hollow or ann wood and came across mrs. gummi bear’s posts. I was hooked after seeing her letter press invitations.
Post # 9
I was reading StyleMePretty’s website on a regular basis and Mrs Onion was a featured inspiration board. I was intrigued by her wedding style and then ended up finding her posts on Weddingbee.
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2008 - St. Catherine of Genoa, Jin Asian Cuisine Restaurant
I found it from Mrs. Snowpea’s old wedding blog! She had it linked in her knot profile, and she had said she’d just become a blogger for Weddingbee!
I also had found it looking for Chinese wedding ideas via google (so that is the option I picked).
Post # 11
My bestie introduced me to it when I was her Maid/Matron of Honor. Now it’s helping me, too!
I was stumbling the other day and stumbled upon an older weddingbee post, and I was so excited. I’ve only been around for a few months, so it was really neat to get to read posts from some of the graduated bees! (Even though I heart the current bees 🙂 )
Post # 12
After booking our reception site, I started googling the hotel and what you know… I landed on Mrs. Cupcake page.
The rest is history!
Post # 13
I was looking for DIY centerpieces and found Mrs. Flamingo’s post. I was hooked!
Post # 14
For the life of me, I can not remember how I came across this wonderful site.
Post # 15
I actually don’t remember what I was Googling, but I am so glad I found this site. Of all of the message-board-type sites I’ve looked at, this is the best one.
Post # 16
Way before I became engaged, I’ve been blogging on Xanga. Xanga was my only blogging source at the time and I didn’t know there is this much much wider range of blog world out there. Anyways, when I became engaged, I sat down one day and searched (on Xanga) for wedding related sites. I stumbled upon what was Ms. Poeny’s page at the time. I thought it was weird that in her posts, she refered to the Mr. as Mr. Poeny. As I continue reading back through the older posts, I realized that she was a "bee" on weddingbee. Following the link led me to this much much wider resource based on wedding DIY.
It’s just too bad that Mrs. Poeny doesn’t blog as consistently as she did before because I actually was very much looking forward to see how her wedding turns out, given that she was the first bee I followed.