Fighting the Wedding Industrial Complex, one article at a time
These are my observations from working in the wedding industry. In this line of work, I've lied about being engaged, realized what makes the best wedding gift, and learned the question that tells me if a couple will make it.
You're Not Alone
My clients often feel isolated as they plan their weddings. They can't talk about the hard parts because people think they're complaining, ungrateful, or second-guessing their choice. But I know something my clients don't.
When You'd Rather Not
Today's couples need more options as they plan their weddings. That's the idea behind this series: highlight lesser-known wedding planning options. It's not to make you feel that you have to pick any of them.
I also regularly write articles about weddings and marriage for outside publications. A sample of my work:
Wedding Loans Are More Popular Than Ever, and That's Not a Good Thing (Catalyst Wed Co.)
The One and Only Way to ‘Mess Up’ Your Wedding (Catalyst Wed Co.)
Bridezillas Aren’t Real — They’re Overworked (A Practical Wedding)
Why You Need a Clean Up Plan for Your Wedding Day (Catalyst Wed Co.)
The Invisible Labor Women Endure While Wedding Planning (Catalyst Wed Co.)
The Ugly Truth About Beautiful Weddings: They're Full of Waste (Catalyst Wed Co.)
Stop Asking Engaged People About Their Weddings (Catalyst Wed Co.)
Surprise Engagements Are Overrated (Role Reboot)
Why He Doesn’t Care About The Wedding As Much As You Do (Role Reboot)
The Blatant Sexism of Wedding Planning (Role Reboot)
Please Don’t Ask Me About My Wedding (Role Reboot)
This Isn’t About Hating Weddings (Role Reboot)
The Problem With Having the Wedding You Can Afford (Role Reboot)
Let’s Retire the Registry (Role Reboot)