Stay true to what you most desire, and you will create space for yourselves where none existed. Here’s why I tweeted that.
Have you heard there’s a new way to plan your wedding focusing on helping couples stress less and enjoy the big day? Welcome to wedocracy, the private collaborative social network, for wedding planning. We are launching our beta site in two days. Yes, that’s this Sunday, which will also be our one year wedding anniversary. […]
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 […]
It’s not news that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie promised not to marry until all Americans had the right to marry. We admire them for using their celebrity – as well as making huge donations to marriage equality organizations – to bring attention to the injustice of marriage laws in the United States. We consider […]
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 […]
Before we even knew what it meant to us, we were planning a wedocracy. What does this mean? Well, a wedocracy is couples and guests joining together to make wedding planning fun. And that’s our app, but the philosophy behind it started when we got engaged. On July 14th, 2012 (Bastille Day!), my now husband […]
This is a call to Wedocracy – nuptials of the people, by the people, for the people. We want nothing less than to reform the contemporary concept of what weddings have to be, and replace it with what people want it to be. We want to empower people with the resources and tools to do […]
It’s a historic day. Good riddance, “Defense of Marriage” act. Felicidades to all of our LGBT friends and loved ones!
It was a short, bumpy road. by The Husband The CEO and I were engaged one year ago today, on Bastille Day of 2012 (July 14th), and decided we’d marry in the fall, in the lovely town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. November 10, as it happens. So in the best of circumstances, we […]