Webster’s dictionary defines a veiled threat as..
Just kidding! I’m saving that for my wedding toast.
But why did I call this blog Veiled Threat?
Mostly because it’s a good pun, but also because I have a serious love/hate relationship with the wedding industry. On one hand, I’ve built a part of my career around wedding dresses, and real talk- I do love weddings. The paper goods, the food, the clothes, the declarations of undying love- I’m a sucker for it all.
But what I DO have a big problem with is the weird Bridezilla/I’m A Princess Complex industry that has sprung up in the past decade or so. I can’t get behind the Hummer limos or spending $30,000 on flowers. I can’t understand why I should have to pay 5 or 10 times the price of a decent restaurant meal just to have mediocre food at my wedding. This is my first time (and hopefully only time) doing this, so I don’t have any hard evidence, but I THINK you can do it another way.
You know how in middle school, you had to do projects for the science fair using PHEOC (problem, hypothesis, experiment, observation, conclusion)? This blog will be where I record the experiments and observations. Draw your own conclusions.
P.S. I won the science fair.