Post # 1
I was just wondering, did you incorporate or plan to incorporate something you learned in the bee? It has helped me in the following ways:
1. Found a letterpress vendor (SUPER DUPER AFFORDABLE and I mean college student affordable)
2. Learned , that I wasn’t copying that girl’s wedding I went to last year; in fact bathroom baskets, oot bags, and menu cards are normal in wedding land.
3. I found support from a lot of girls that I don’t know in person, more than some real people that I am “close” to. Sooo tell
Post # 3
Very supportive system on here!
Everyone gave me advice for slow pokey bm’s and told me my carnation bouquet IS cute!! LOL
I love weddingbee. im gonna be a beeeeeer for life
Post # 4
I found the company to do my STD. I found inspiration for my centerpieces and table numbers. I get great advice too. Every time I have a question, my Fiance knows I will asking the hive. Ha.
Post # 5
I’m curious, who is your letterpress vendor?
Post # 6
Wow, where to start. The biggest help has been the wonderful girls who are so nice and helpful! I laughed when I read that part about copying your friend’s wedding. That is how I felt, too. Besides the awesome community and all the inspiration and support, I have found some awesome deals. 🙂 Great for a budget and student bride!
Post # 7
I haven’t been to a North American wedding in almost 5 years….so WB has been SO important for finding out how real weddings actually happen these days. Before WB I had never heard of Save-The-Date Cards, thought I had to toss my bouquet, didn’t know what to look for in my photography contract etc etc. It’s been a really important way for me to plan my wedding LD and find out about all the different wedding customs!