Goin' to the chapel? Take your Web browser
May 5, 1997
Web posted at: 7:14 p.m. EDT (2314 GMT)
From Correspondent Lori Waffenschmidt
ATLANTA (CNN) -- If June is the traditional month for
weddings, May is the traditional month for frantic
last-minute preparations. To make that special day less of a
hassle, turn to the Internet for help.
Here are some useful and fun wedding Web sites that cater to
the just married, the soon-to-be married, and the
Tying the Knot on the Net
Don't get tied up in all the details of wedding planning,
just go to "The Knot."
Get hair and beauty tips for the big day, learn about ethnic
customs or check out dresses for second weddings.
This site is so jam-packed, after an hour of surfing there was still more to see.
If you sign up to become a Knotter you can share tips and
anxieties with others, store your own budget planner and
calendar, and join online chats.
Your Net nuptials here
When you're wedding-obsessed, you love to learn how others
did it -- and that's just what you'll find at "Way Cool
It all began when Kim and Carl White got married and shared
their ceremony in real time with online guests. It was so
popular, they started this showcase for other couples.
There's a featured wedding of the week, and an archive of
more than a year's worth of personal wedding stories.
The bells are ringing
Get the nitty gritty about costs and avoiding chaos at
"Weddingbells." Find just the
words for your invitation or see how to make great wedding
Brides around the world share their ideas on the
international version of this site, which calls itself "the
Webzine that gets to the heart of the matter."
Weddings, weddings and more weddings
If that's not enough, try "Wedding Central"
-- a site with more than 7,000
links and listings of wedding related goods and services,
along with an extensive list of related links.
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