I would love to connect with more people that write about weddings, let me know if that is you
I have written a book entitled, "Events You Design", I am in the process of finding a literary agent to represent it. I like to write about event planning. I would love to read your hubs. I hope you will check out mine and give me your opinion. It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Teresa
I focus more on wedding reception planning, and also on tips for budget weddings, though I have yet to make hubs on the topic.
I am a speechwriter of all wedding speeches (and eulogies, award recipients, prizegiving etc) but mainly best man speeches (hence my very original hub user name
I write about them sometimes.
But I think you know that... you've commented on a few of my hubs.
I haven't actually written about weddings before. Is that a niche market?
Hi there, I'm writing about weddings currently as I'm doing researches for my own wedding anyway
I've read your hubs and the info is useful, thanks!
I have over 10+ hubs about weddings. I love writing about wedding dresses, wedding traditions, wedding themes, and hubs that geared to help the bride in her selection process for the perfect gown.
I think wedding are such a momentous time in our lives. What's not fun about that?
I'm leading up to weddings -- with my series on engagement. Weddings will come next!
What a happy and useful topic!
I enjoy writing about weddings. I enjoy the process...the wedding crazies that women experience. I've given humorous chronologies as a gift to the couple. They're wonderful keepsakes.
When a couple, especially the bride, is in the throes of planning a wedding, trying to keep the relationship on par, keep the mother's in law at bay - all without pulling her hair out can be a chore. A weekly email or snail mail note from a friend to remind her to breathe, and all will be fine in the end is most often just what she needs to keep her sanity.
I just recently submitted a Hub on my own "wedding", as a matter of fact.
I have written about beach wedding before. I will be doing a few artciles on weddings in teh new year.
I have written some about grooms, brides, etc. Just check my hubs. Thanks!
Have you read my articles about weddings? You will find them on my profile page.
Certified Wedding Celebrant
I only tried my hand at invitations and addressing the envelopes, as I have never been and never will be married I'm kinda lame in that area.
i'm not much of a writer,, but I like to take wedding pictures.
I just started writing about Free Wedding Websites.
by Lisa Brown 5 years ago
What's your favorite thing about weddings?
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what really are the best things about weddings
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