That non sequitur popped into my mind after reading the current ny days piece on women that prepare their weddings well prior to a collection date as well as a set partner.
For me, that article ended up being the dessert topper (dessert analogy time!) along with a confection that is already stomach-churning of horror profiles heaped upon extreme wedding diet how-tos piled upon wedding Twitter hashtag projects that appear in the media with mind-boggling regularity. Definately not newsworthy, the only real useful takeaway from those nuptial trend tales is the fact that women-targeted wedding industry demonstrably has spun away from control in the United States, in which the bridal company begun to flourish en masse using the 1934 book of so that youare going to be Married magazine, which Conde Naste later changed into Brides. Continue reading