Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 14, 2007
Want a fool-proof guide to getting a reluctant man to propose? How about a hard-hitting expose on bridal boudoir photo shoots? Brides looking for a wedding website that deals with real subjects, minus the typical pastels and Precious Moments cake toppers, should look no further than Bridezilla.com. This original wedding website was created by Seattle internet marketing firm Portent Interactive and is 100% free of corny clichés, stuffy seating chart advice and other typical wedding propaganda.
Rather, Bridezilla.com goes behind the veil to talk about things brides really want to know, combining the usual formal fare like fashion and beauty reviews with feature stories like "Bridezilla's Guide to Bouncing Back from a Broken Engagement" and "Attack of the Guestzillas." In brief, Bridezilla.com is a cathartic release for all those who've ever had a diva moment or devilish thought during their own wedding planning, or whose bridal behavior was construed as manic when it was merely misunderstood.
"From the Women's Entertainment television show to the Sunsilk commercial, bridezillas everywhere have gotten a bad rap," said Portent Chief Operating Officer Tracy Beach, "Bridezilla.com is a chance for bridezillas to defend themselves while discussing wedding planning from their point of view." For a glimpse into the wickedly amusing mind of Bridezilla, the ultimate anti-bride, and to see why Tom Cruise is the Bridezilla of All Time, check out http://www.bridezilla.com.