It's no secret that engagements are a stressful period in the lives of couples. Before saying "I do," every newly engaged couple experiences the realization that in the few brief seconds it takes to slip a ring on a finger, they inadvertently agree to plan a hugely elaborate party for one hundred or more relatives, friends, acquaintances, and in some cases strangers.
While some future brides may have endless hours at their disposal to leisurely stroll from bridal boutique to bridal boutique and gather dress, tux, floral, favor, cake, and catering ideas, the majority of modern brides- and grooms-to-be spend their days working and, on their off hours, have plenty of errands and obligations. This is why more and more engaged couples faced with the prospect of sneaking wedding planning into the gaps between work and play are turning to the one friend they know will never let them down: the Internet. In iDO wedding expert Christa Terry shows readers how to save time--and money--by using the Web as a wedding planning tool. That means more time to relax, more time to nurture familial relationships, and more time to simply enjoy being someone's future spouse.