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A little about yourself and what you have to offer this wedding community?
Bridelines blog was launched in April 2009 by Jill Cohen and Lauren Mintz. They been best friends since they were 9 years old and with the help of Bridelines, they plan to remain best friends long after their “I do’s.”
Do you have a wedding website, blog, or registry link?
http://bridelines.blogspot.com/
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Bridelines's Blog

Walking on Broken Glass

When you sit down to plan your wedding, first you think about the date, then the venue, then maybe the band...you ask for referrals from friends, because these are the essential components of the evening.



You loved your friend Emily's flowers, so you use her florist, you danced your butt off at your friend Jen's wedding, so you use her band. After the necessities are finalized and you have picked the best of your friends' vendors, you begin to wonder "what will make my wedding A)… Continue

Posted on October 20, 2009 at 10:37am

The Tale of the No Gift-Givers

"You have a year to give a wedding gift".





We want to know who came up with that one. It has become common knowledge that a bride and groom can expect to wait up to a year to receive a gift from some guests. When you go to a wedding no one says...you may have to wait a year to receive your meal (even though at some weddings by the time dinner is served it feels like a year has passed).





Honestly people...if you go to a wedding...give a gift, sooner rather than… Continue

Posted on October 13, 2009 at 10:28am

To be or not to be...bridey

Did we miss the memo that the minute you get engaged, you are supposed to transform into Bride Barbie?



When I got engaged, I told myself I wasn't going to use Bridelines as a soapbox, but we think this is a necessary topic and hope it is well-received by other brides-to-be. Since I got engaged only 3 weeks ago, multiple people (not that I’m counting) have said to me “You are not being a good bride” or “You are not very enthusiastic” or “You are not bridey enough.”



Anyone… Continue

Posted on October 1, 2009 at 2:09pm — 1 Comment

Will You Be My Bridesmaid Dilemmans

So...you're Katherine Heigel in "27 Dresses." You are (or were) everyone's best friend. Throughout your life you kept in touch with your elementary school friends, high school friends, camp friends, sorority sisters, co-workers, kickball teammates, and you have a few sisters and some close cousins. When all your friends and family got married (going back as far as 10 years), you were the go-t0-girl. These friends NEEDED you try to hundred of dresses, walk down the aisle and hold their dress up… Continue

Posted on August 18, 2009 at 2:21pm

Everyone Loves Pigs in the Blanket

Cocktail hour is the most anticipated culinary component of the wedding. From the sushi bar to the meat carving station, your guests will be canvassing the room in search of those infamous baby lamb chops. For most guests, cocktail hour is the only time in the evening where the focus is on the food. By the time the party gets started everyone is happily distracted by the band, the toasts and inevitably the alcohol. Usually, the sit down meal is forgettable and what leaves a lasting impression… Continue

Posted on August 12, 2009 at 12:49pm

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At 5:49am on May 25, 2017, Sophie Reyer said…

Good day,

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At 10:49pm on July 16, 2009, Yve Goodwin said…
Thanks for the friend request! I love your blog!

Best Regards,

Yve
At 2:13am on July 4, 2009, Ken & Barbie Events said…
I would like to personal extend an invitation to our event August 21 in NYC. Space is limited and inflation begins July 21. We would love to have your family and friends, and you present. We will have a variety of vendors present and activities included. It is a 21+ event so this will be a night to relax, enjoy some quality adult time and NYC. We hope to see you there. For more information please feel free to contact us or visit our site at www.KenBarbieEvents.com or our blog at Blog.KenBarbieEvents.com. Thank you for your time.

Ken & Barbie Events
At 8:05pm on June 8, 2009, Christine Dyer said…
CONGRATS! You are a Spotlight Member and are listed on our homepage. Thank you for being such an active Member of this community. - Christine
At 9:44am on May 5, 2009, Accent the Party said…
At 8:57pm on April 26, 2009, Christine Dyer said…
Hello Jill,

It is great to have you here! Thank you for being one of the first members of this exciting new community. So let’s get this party started! Feel free to invite other Brides, Vendors, and Twitter Followers. You can promote your business by starting your own BridalTweet Blog, Discussion, or Group. Or just get to know your fellow BridalTweet members by browsing some profiles or by searching for members who share your interests. Add friends and start twittering with people who are truly passionate about weddings.

Please keep checking back I'll do over the next few weeks as we build our community. If there is anything that I can do for you, please let me know.

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