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1. Insane overshare.
  http://kateandtim.weebly.com/
 
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5: blows chunks (259 votes)
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Where to begin? First, talking about their dogs (under the link "Our Babies," obviously), to sharing the awkward engagement (the ring arrived in the mail and that's when they considered themselves engaged), to oversharing every single effing detail of what is going to be at the wedding. See for yourself, it's a trainwreck.
  Monday, August 02, 19:13 2010 GMT
2. Cliff's Notes for Weddings: Canned Wedding Toasts?!
  http://www.theperfecttoast.com/
 
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5: blows chunks (4093 votes)
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If you are chosen as the bride's maid or best man, what better way to show your authentic respect for them than to pay someone to give you a canned, pre-fabricated generic toast which you can memorize (or even read from cards) and deliver as your own during the wedding reception!

Someone get me a bucket.

As if to emphasize the incredible superficiality of this, they even hock other trinkets on the site too:



As you raise a glass to toast the bride and groom, why not wow the audience with both your sparkling wit and your shiny cufflinks?...

Yeah, shiny, that's it.

Isn't a wedding supposed to be a celebration of the newly married couple and their friendship with all the guests? Since when do friends judge others based on their cufflinks? Or, for that matter, the grammar and diction of their toast?
  Wednesday, February 28, 05:51 2007 GMT
3. Brynn & August
  http://couples.weddingchannel.com/we...
 
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5: blows chunks (4532 votes)
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Why do we care?????
  Wednesday, February 28, 05:16 2007 GMT
4. Wedding-in-a-Box: Almost as good as not having it
  http://www.ladonnaweddings.com/inabo...
 
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5: blows chunks (4218 votes)
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Just what we need!


Wedding-in-a-Box is a unique, one-of-a-kind, 3x5, color-coded card system that organizes and simplifies every aspect of planning a wedding. Included in the system are:
  1. Detailed timetable cards: breaks down the tasks into suggested time schedules for ease in personal planning and task completion prior to the wedding date. Includes individual color-coded cards listing tasks for bride, groom and the couple.
  2. Special service cards: to list pertinent information on your vendors such as photographer, baker, florist, etc.
  3. Attendant duty cards: Color-coded information and duty cards for each person in the wedding party, including parents.
  4. Individual guest cards (175): to record their name, address, phone, important dates such as anniversaries and birthdays. Has a specific section for verifying the mailing of the invitation, RSVP card receipt, to list gift received and that thank you cards were sent for shower, wedding, etc.


Actually, I prefer this version:

http://www.halfbakery.com/idea/Wedding-in-a-Box


Wedding-in-a-Box: Just wind it up

Planning your wedding got you and yours on the edge of a pre-emptive divorce? Relax, kick back, and let Wedding in a Box take over.

Basic edition comes with inflatable bridal and bridesmaid's dresses, nylon tux, 'Here Comes the Bride,' Wedding March,' and Pachabel's Canon' playing Organ Grinder, stretchy resizable rings and a DVD of ministers from every major faith, including an agnostic JP.

But don't settle for basic. Impress your mate by springing for the Deluxe Edition, which comes with everything above, plus an inflatable minister with a built-in picture screen head, a ringbearing carpet-robot, pop-up flower girl, disposable camera, garter-belt, and tissue paper bouquet, (dart-weighted for throwing).

RayfordSteele, Mar 27 2006

  Wednesday, February 28, 05:42 2007 GMT
5. Wedding advice from an insurance company?
  http://www.newyorklife.com/cda/0...
 
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5: blows chunks (4271 votes)
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Ensuring your Wedding Dreams Come True



After a few paragraphs of token wedding advice, here it comes...

"As you are planning the wedding of your dreams, don't forget to consider your family and close friends."

"No matter what your choices, make sure you plan for the unexpected. Ask wedding professionals how they insure the event..."
  Wednesday, February 28, 05:32 2007 GMT
6. Bridezilla IS the Wedding Planner!
  http://galaproductions.blogspot.com/...
 
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5: blows chunks (275 votes)
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This is hilarious, but in a more refined and ironic way. This wedding planner is complaining about brides being picky. Isn't this what wedding planners are suppose to do? Help picky brides? Looks like someone needs a career change!
  Thursday, July 30, 21:28 2009 GMT
7. Barf
  http://www.theknot.com/wedding/P...
 
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5: blows chunks (320 votes)
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  Thursday, January 09, 04:12 2014 GMT
8. Why not go after the "Queen"?
  http://forums.theknot.com/categories...
 
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5: blows chunks (291 votes)
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The top wedding site and in my opinion, the worst perpetrator of the scam known as a wedding. The forums are particularly bad, as the newly-engaged and those already deep into planning squeal and ooh and ahh over every dress bought and every invitation mailed. "Get over yourself" is the phrase I muttered, shuddering while I attempted to navigate through this mind-control website of dreck. I am recently engaged and fighting mightily to avoid being sucked into a vortex of wedding-planning evil. Steering clear of TheKnot.com is a must.
  Thursday, February 24, 06:59 2011 GMT
9. Jenna: showcase for Wedding Neurosis
  http://community.woai.com/blogs/...
 
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4: sucks (4444 votes)
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Jenna's wedding blog (see also her wedding site here) showcases just the kind of neurotic behavior that weddings can generate.

Sample quotes from her wedding blog:

Over the last couple of weeks I have noticed something. All I do all day is think about wedding plans. I don't know exacty when it started happening but I have a good feeling it won't be going away soon. I wake up at 4 in the morning wondering if I should order extra koozies or if the invitation font is ok.

How about the blog website? Oh my god!!! The RSS feed is the wrong color!!!!

I have spent the last 3 day labeling, sorting and filling 200 of the most perfect invitations I have ever seen! I was so excited when we picked them up from the printer on Wednesday. They were just like I had imagined them. Perfect!

What if they weren't perfect?

Tucker seems conspicuous by his absence from both websites. All we can say is: hang in there guy, we feel for ya.
  Wednesday, February 28, 05:14 2007 GMT
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