These days, with the internet and also with the abundance of choices in the market place, brides to be have a whole lot of information at their fingertips. However, sometimes, too much information doesn't necessarily mean it's good.
One thing about the internet, there may be a whole wealth of information but how many of them are really useful and relevant? Half the time, one has to sieve through whatever information one is provided. It can be a real waste of time especially after clicking on a dozen or more so links only to realise the websites were unrelated to the desired subject matter.
So, here are a few sites I think a bride-to-be should check out.
#1 Elle of My Wedding Planning Tips
She blogs about anything and everything about wedding planning. She is in Malaysia and all her tips are based from her very own experience in wedding planning. From basic Wedding traditions to why brides should plan their wedding early. She even blogged on 'Will you wear Bridal Diapers?'.
If you are a bride-to-be and am clueless as to where to even begin, I think this is a good site to start.
This site is pretty comprehensive just like Signature Weddings. They have posts on all wedding related matters from wedding gowns to bridesmaids' dresses to a groom's suits to invitation cards to flowers, the works!
They are currently having a Virtual Treasure Hunt contest with 8 prize packages to be won. So, if you are a 2011/2012 bride-to-be, what are you waiting for??!! =)
Clueless about photographers and videographers or potential venues for your special day? I think Signature Weddings is a good place to start looking to get some idea.
They have featured many photographers suitable for your special day ranging from the super pricey to the reasonably priced ones. And if you keep your eyes peeled on their site, some of the photographers occasionally give discounts and special rates for those inquiring from Signature Weddings' site!
#4 The Knot
This is probably more for those residing in Australia. For others, it can never hurt to check out the sites for some ideas for your own nuptials! The Knot is pretty concise and packed with LOTS of handy information!
If you're newly engaged and your wedding-to-be is one or two or even three years away, start browsing, start reading up. Don't be like me. DO your homework early or you'll regret not doing so.