Ladies. I am more taking Monday off from blogging, because for some reason I have Columbus Day off (or Indigenous Peoples Day, as the call it in Berkeley.) Anyway, I’m going to muffle my “huh?” in favor of madly getting stuff done.
BUT! In the meantime, I have a very important question for you: how do you guys like to hear about real weddings? Up till now I’ve been using the creative, thrifty, sane writing prompt I first suggested back here. But now… I don’t if it’s working for me. I don’t tend to care about how people saved money on this or that, or even what creative projects they did. What I want to know is the wedding graduate stuff: what did you LEARN? How did it FEEL?
So I’m tossing this out to you. What should be the format for Team Practical members writing up their weddings. What do you like to know? What questions would you ask?
(Small caveat: I don’t go into the waters of wedding budgets. The nitty-gritty of what you paid, and how you did it, and how effing cheap it was is just not my thing. I don’t want us all competing with each other and that kind of talk about money can… warp our heads a bit. So no questions on that.)