Generate excitement for your ‘big day’ with four key steps
For some reason, weddings come in bunches for me (and, as I have been happily unmarried to one person for years, never include my own).
We went to one last weekend and are going to another in a few weeks.
Before a wedding, you get an invitation that gives you details, asks you what you want to eat, and often requires an RSVP. These days, loads of folks have websites made for the big day.
Then there are all kinds of interactions among the people going to the wedding. They chat on Facebook, the phone, Twitter, via e-mail—often with the bride and groom playing a key role in the conversation.