The origin of wedOcracy is that it was built on the story of love. In 2012, Peter Jacobson asked me to marry him and I said yes. As the owners of a web development company, we felt we had the know-how to build something that would help us plan our own wedding, and bring ease, joy […]
Stay true to what you most desire, and you will create space for yourselves where none existed. Here’s why I tweeted that.
You can’t really do anything concrete until you know how many people are confirmed for your wedding. You can’t commit to the caterer, who can’t commit to their vendors; you can’t figure out what size dance floor you might need (and therefore how much you will need to pay for it), you can’t build your […]
They are truly the couple, or one of the two couples, of the moment, together with their co-plaintiffs Jeffrey Zarrillo and Paul Katami, for challenging the legality of Proposition 8, the reprehensible so-called “Defense of Marriage Act.” What more is there to say about this momentous federal decision that hasn’t already been said? Congratulations to […]
We created wedOcracy as an engaged couple who wanted to give couples and their guests enjoyable and useful tools to solve a serious problem: the stress involved in wedding planning. Why are we turning this into a public enterprise? Well, because we used the app to plan our own wedding. And trust me when I […]