Post # 1
I had the entire afternoon to finish up paperwork and my every growing to do list, which is just scary. I hopped on the internet and…and…I was in a trance. Three hours later I have done nothing but research every turquoise candy buffet in the history of mankind and the relative pros and cons of caramel apple favors.
Aack! What is wrong with me?! And the sad thing is I have a feeling this will get worse and not better as I get closer to the date…
“I’m sorry, Supervisor X. No, I do not have that report for you. Instead, I have 17 pages of inspiration boards, ranging in color from jewel tones to pastels. Will that be all?”
Post # 3
LOL… I know exactly what you mean. Boy, when I got an idea in my head I was unstoppable. I wasn’t going to rest until I found exactly what I was looking for!
Post # 4
I feel you. I spent six hours last night making Save-The-Date Cards… I should have been writing a summary memo. Guess who’s doing that tonight!
Post # 5
What I would like to know is this, would it be as fun without the internet?
Speaking for myself, I don’t think so.
Post # 6
Oh yeah, I’m right there with the lot of you! Have any of you been surprised at how much fun it’s been?
Post # 7
Hahaha, I get sucked in hours at a time. I can hardly believe it!
Post # 8
LOL I think it’s fun but at the same time, I think I enjoy a large part of it because I know that once it’s done, I won’t have to worry about it anymore.
Post # 9
Time flies when I am on the net browsing and on the hunt for wedding ideas/items/boards/ you name it. I gotta say I love the bee and it’s made wedding planning even more addicting. There’s just so much eye candy out there, it’s hard to resist.
Post # 11
I alternate between periods of absolute addiction and never wanting to see my wedding again. So I actually appreciate those times when all I want to do is wedding planning and try to get a whole bunch of things done before I feel like having a break. Of course, sometimes I just look at blogs and pictures for several hours without actually accomplishing anything, but that’s another story.
@Halloween – I think you’re right, it’s all about the Internet and having literally thousands of weddings at our fingertips. Can’t imagine what planning was like before wedding blogs!
Post # 12
I think wedding planning is so addicting because personally it will be the best day of our lives! I think you want everything to be perfect and nothing to go wrong. I’m glad there is internet because I’m a budget bride and I can find all of the good deals that way…
Post # 13
omg!!!!!!!!!!!! i think i take the trophy on this one!!! lol it’s an addiction!!! from the moment i get home from work till the time i go to sleep!!!!ahhhhhh i’m headed for weddings anonymos!!! lol ya i spelt that wrong!!!
Post # 14
I get addicted.. Sometimes I just want to stop tho and not think about the wedding whatsover and its really really hard not too since I havent got a venue yet, it seems to be all I think about. I try to have two wedding free days a week. I do most DIY stuff on sunday, that has seem to become the main wedding day. I dont talk about it with FH much because I know hes sick of wedding planning already. 🙂
I try to keep weddingbee down to a minimum but it hasnt helped with work at the moment being internet based, i have it in the background!