Post # 1
I know I know!
For me, it’s a few things. One, it gives me a visual and verbal repository of my ideas and my inspirations so I can implement many of it. Secondly, it is a way I can record all the fun I had along this long path to…us! (me: http://www.theencorebride.blogspot.com )
I enjoy it. It’s fun, it’s a way to express myself, and I can tell you, in an alternate universe I would have after college graduation moved to the left coast and attended design school and returned and continued in the career path of my great aunt…a fabulous woman of style. But..somehow the medicine thing got under my skin?
He he. I’m kinda like this> "Now be back tomorrow for your second part of the exam and don’t forget to take the laxative first and check out that amazing sale on bluefly before going to bed."
Do you know what it is about blogging you love?
Why do you do it? Let’s have some fun!
Post # 3
I blog because if not, I’ll drive my husband nuts. There are also not a ton of people who plan large vow renewals, so if somebody happens onto my blog and is inspired to do it…yay! I was inspired by Ami from EAD when she was planning hers, so I started to blog about my process. It’s a veeeeery long process because I can’t make up my damn mind. I might be blogging for 5 years at this rate. 🙂
Post # 4
I blog so that I can see thngs in front of me, it’s a way for me to get some thoughts out, and hopefully get a little advice from other brides.
Post # 5
I really love my blog. I blog because I want a depository for beautiful images, DIY tutorials, and good ideas. I also love connecting with other bloggers all over the country. I have gotten so much out of blogging, I think I’ll continue even after I get married!
Post # 6
Well, I think I actually found WeddingBee because I was googling for wedding inspiration right when we got engaged, and I happen to find this site. I don’t go to any other forums … I like how the board here is practically in "real time". I get such a huge amount of information in one place.
I thought I would like to have my very own wedding blog, but that need fizzled fast. I just decided it’s way too much work for me. I like to come to WeddingBee too much and wouldn’t want another blog to mess with.
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2018 - Holy Family Catholic Church, reception: National Infantry Museum
I started blogging so I could write for WeddingBee. I’m glad it worked out! Now I’m addicted. Mr. CC thinks I’m nuts.
Post # 8
I started a blogging about my wedding but I haven’t kept up with it. Basically, I do it because my best friends both live over an hour away and we don’t get to have a lot of wedding talk. And my fiance’s eyes kind of glaze over after about 10 minutes of wedding talk. So I do it to have an outlet for all my wedding craziness!
Post # 9
I don’t exactly have a blog (it’s not arranged in date order), but I have a planning bio. It helps me keep track of what I have done and what I still need to do. It’s also helpful so that I don’t have to repeat the same things over and over on various message boards–I can just include a link to what I’ve already written. Plus, it has pictures, which are often helpful for showing people exactly what I’m talking about.
Post # 10
- Wedding: September 2009 - Catholic ceremony, reception at local armory
I started blogging to keep my family and bridesmaids in the loop, as they don’t live near me. Also, to keep Mr. M sane!
Post # 11
I originally started by blog because I wanted to blog for Weddingbee. Now I am addicted. I have always enjoyed writing and journaling, and it has become such a creative outlet for me. Not to mention it is a great way to keep track of all my ideas and keep everyone (including my fiance!) in the loop!
Post # 12
- Wedding: June 2008 - Imperia Hotel (modern chic hotel)
I started blogging to simply keep a journal (though I wasnt very good at that when I was younger) I found that I became in love blogging and sharing inspiration I have found on the net.
Next up, im gonna blog about my house. Since Im an old married bee now 😉
Post # 13
- Wedding: May 2018 - Our home and the two acres it sits on
I’ve blogged for years, but it was always private — like an online journal. Then I found WB and decided I wanted to be a blogger here, so I started a wedding blog. The rest is history. 🙂
Blogging is a bit like therapy for me, in that I get to work out my thoughts and feelings in writing, while also being able to solicit feedback. So, while linking to things is fun, I’ve gotten the most value out of hearing that other women are going through the same experience that I am. It’s like coming out into the sun after a long, damp, wet winter. So I guess you can say I blog for the connection.
Post # 14
I blog bc my FH is so sick of me talking to him about wedding plans. Although he wants to be a part of it he’s not a very good sounding block to bounce my ideas off of, after all, he is a male.
Post # 15
I blog to share my day with friends and family afar; and writing things down helps me to collect my thoughts and get organized! It also helps me to reflect on the events and appreciate the little moments in life…sometimes, it’s difficult to get them written down, but the thought process is always rewarding. 🙂
Post # 16
I started blogging because I wanted to keep all my ideas in one place that I could find instantly. Sometimes its just too tough to save pictures on my desktop because ill forget where I found them! This gives me links and such to everything. Also, I am planning my wedding 3,000 miles away from its location! If you haven’t yet … you can check it out at http://crosscountrywed.blogspot.com .