Personalizing your wedding is easier than ever because there are customizable options available to support just about any wedding theme
Marblehead, MA (PRWEB) October 1, 2009
The online blogging community is comprised of wedding professionals and Wedding Window brides and grooms. "Personalizing your wedding is easier than ever because there are customizable options available to support just about any wedding theme," said Amy Ruocco. "However, having so many choices can feel overwhelming. Our goal is to share wedding planning resources and real life experiences to help brides and grooms design their perfect wedding day." In addition to regular posts from wedding expert, Amy Ruocco and the Wedding Window team, WedLoft will feature guest posts from industry experts including:
- Celebrity Photographer, Charles Maring
- Etiquette Expert, Jodi Smith
- Celebrity Invitation Designer, Karen Bartolomei
- Wedding and Event Planners, Tangorra Wedding Planning
- Wedding Disc Jockey, Greg Hodges
"Our guest experts are passionate about creating beautiful and distinctive weddings that reflect the essence of a bridal couple's personality and love for each other," said Amy Ruocco. "Each has a different perspective and expertise that they are excited about sharing with our readers." WedLoft, which has been in soft launch since mid- August, already includes guest expert posts from Greg Hodges, who talks about surviving an outdoor wedding during Hurricane Danny; Charles Maring who discusses fusion and digital cinema, new buzz words in wedding memories; Tangorra Wedding Planning who offers suggestions for transforming a space to achieve that wow-factor and Jodi Smith, who posts a Q & A on wedding etiquette emergencies.
The WedLoft blogging community also includes Wedding Window brides and grooms who post about their experiences in designing and hosting their own weddings. "Our brides and grooms are eager to talk about their own wedding planning experiences and share creative ideas, DIY solutions and some of the tools that have worked for them," said Amy Ruocco. Each week, WedLoft will feature some of the weddings and wedding websites that have been designed by Wedding Window brides and grooms. "We are eager to hear from any Wedding Window brides or grooms who would like to have their wedding or wedding website featured," said Ms. Ruocco. Interested brides and grooms should submit information using the Contact form on the WedLoft site. For more information, or to join the WedLoft community, visit ice and tools are just a few of the many helpful wedding planning resources you will find. Visit http://www.WeddingWindow.com/blog.
WedLoft is a WeddingWindow.com blogging community comprised of both wedding professionals and brides and grooms. There are so many wedding blogs to read that will help you through your wedding planning. Learn from the pros or from those who are going through the same experiences you are. Creative ideas, DIY solutions, inspiration boards, expert advice and tools are just a few of the many helpful wedding planning resources you will find. Visit http://www.WeddingWindow.com/blog to join this vibrant new community.
About Wedding Window
Wedding Window was founded in November of 2001 and is based in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Wedding Window has helped thousands of couples throughout the world manage and share their wedding details and experiences via a personal wedding website. Wedding Window's main focus is to provide a service that enables couples to create an attractive wedding website that they are able to edit and customize themselves. For more information, visit http://www.weddingwindow.com.
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