Blogging is a way to share ideas about a particular topic. Blogging about weddings can cover many different aspects of the big day. Our blog is about sharing our thoughts and ideas of weddings not limited to DIY projects, beauty, stationery, product offerings and much more. However, we wish to build a community so that we are not limited to just our journalistic capabilities. If you are one of the following, please join the WeddingMuseum blogging community.
Wedding Blog Community
Women (Brides) stereotypically are the ones planning and organizing the bulk of weddings. However, it is not stereotypical if it is actual fact. LOL. Brides can submit their thoughts to us for the blog about their wedding planning experience. Basically, what was good or bad and what she learned. Real time brides can help other brides not make the same mistakes. We do not want to mention specific businesses in this area. We wish for a more general guidance of what works or stay away from in the wedding planning process.
After the big day is over, a great reflection of the big day can give a neutral opinion of the events of the day. People in general remember the very good and the very bad. That’s what we’re looking to share as this information is valuable for other people planning their weddings. We’ll also include Mothers’ of bridal couple in this section too. They are a great source of information as they have an outside look of the wedding day.
Wedding vendors offer a unique perspective of weddings as they have experienced MANY of them in their careers. We want to work with vendors who more that just provide a product or service. We are looking for those that stay educated, work to improve their industry and those that wish to teach others to be better. I was a mobile DJ for weddings and have performed at hundreds of weddings (worked in the industry). However, I worked with other DJ’s to help them become more professional (taught). I was a member of two DJ Associations (continued to better my trade and skills). To this day, I attend the Wedding MBA to continue to learn. These are the types of vendors we wish to network with in our blog.
In conclusion, our goal is to build a wedding blog community of sharing ideas no matter who you are as everyone can help bridal couples to plan their weddings. If you would like to join and offer your ideas, please click the contact us link.
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