New Project: Holiday Weekend Wedding

If you haven't been able to pick this up by now, I'm not one to hold back my opinion on some things.  Nat insists that I think that the entire world should think just the way I think on some things.  And, I guess that's true.  I do, often, wish that the world thought the way I did on a bunch of topics. 

But, I'm not sitting by and leaving it up to luck that people will come around on some topics.  

If you've followed along at all over the years, you know I have an opinion on when it is acceptable to listen to Christmas music.  And I tried to do something about skunks in Elmhurst.  

Today, I'm excited to release my latest web project. 

The wedding industry is chock'd full of advice sites.  How-to guides.  Tip sheets.  Consultants.  In fact, my wife Natalie was an award-winning member of the industry for a bit. 

My project is aimed at the wedding industry.

It is an advice website called "Holiday Weekend Wedding". 

The goal of the project is to answer the question to prospective brides and grooms:  Should I have a holiday weekend wedding?  

The answer is simple.  And can be found here:  http://wwwholidayweekendwedding.com/.  


Have someone in your life that is getting married?  Do they (and, frankly all of *us*) a favor and pass the link to the site along to them.  Nobody wants to have their holiday weekend ruined by having to deal with a wedding.  We're talking Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years.   Even Father's Day, Mother's Day.  Pick another weekend.  

I can hear your reasoning right now:  "Hey...with a holiday weekend wedding, all of our out-of-town guests can come and spend the weekend with us.  Doing the wedding on a holiday weekend is actually *easier* for everyone."

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