We’ve dedicated this page to a collection of perma-blogs and sites we feel are worthy to visit any time…
Rocky Mountain Bride, rockymountainbride.com/home.aspx
Both in print and online, RMB specializes in collecting ideas, information and vendors unique to the Rocky Mountain region. We mention frequently on this blog that destination weddings have nuances all their own. The experts at RMB can help you plan your day in a mountain town that you love, but that you aren’t familiar with.
One of the most comprehensive, best organized wedding sites we’ve seen. It even has a section just for the guys that includes a short list of things grooms are responsible for when it comes to wedding planning.
A collection of articles and ideas (in alphabetical order), and also the sponsor of bridal shows around the U.S. Go2Wed also helps brides find unusual vendors – like custom tailors in your area – that aren’t on the standard wedding lists.
One part gossip column and two parts helpful answers make up the content of Wedding Wire – a collection of question and answer forums. They have rudimentary content, too, in the form of articles and such, but the forum pages are what keep us reading. They’re hilarious, even if you’re not getting married. And if you are getting married, some of the responses could be helpful.
More than a wedding blog, more than a resource guide, MyWedding has tools to help you build your own personal site to share details and fun stuff with friends and family.
The Wedding Chicks, weddingchicks.com
The Chicks website is full of so much lovely photography and ideas…I haven’t yet established exactly what they are (I’m thinking wedding planners?), regardless, it’s a fun, fun site to sift.
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