Nuptial randomness

If you’re a groom or know a groom, check out The Engaged Groom: You’re Getting Married. Read this Book. I’m reading it right now–it’s awesome so far–and will post a review when I’m done!

And if you’re in New York City or near it (and ready to buy your wedding dress), consider stopping by the the Brides Against Breast Cancer Wedding Gown Sale. On August 17 through 19, brides can ind the gown of their dreams while making wishes come true for terminal breast cancer patients and their families. The sale will feature new and used designer gowns, normally priced up to $15,000, starting at just $250. Proceeds will benefit Making Memories, a foundation dedicated to helping terminally ill breast cancer patients.

But if you’re not in the market for a gown but have a gown to donate or want to help out, the folks at Making Memories are still looking for donations and volunteers! And if you’re not in NYC, note that the sale will be moving through Chicago, Washington, DC, Philly, and more later in the year.

Finally, if you love weird nuptials as much as I do, check out Andrea E. Hoag’s wacky wedding piece on Canadian Bride. This collection of cringe-worthy wedding tales is sure to captivate.

2 Responses to “Nuptial randomness”

  1. Rachel says:

    Thank you so much for providing the “Brides Against Breast Cancer Wedding Gown Sale” link.

    I was a 2 dress bride. I didn’t like the first gown I chose so I bought another gown 2 months before the wedding. I have been thnking of how to get rid of it and this would be the perfect place to donate it to.

    Thanks again. 🙂

  2. Never teh Bride says:

    Yay, Rachel! I’m so pleased I could help!