Thursday, September 9, 2010

5 questions for The Broke-Ass Bride

Dana LaRue winks
Dana LaRue
Who are all these wedding bloggers and why they do what they do?

In a multi-part series, asked a number of wedding bloggers -- those with no other professional interest in the wedding industry -- the same five questions about what keeps them going day after day.

In the fifth installment, talked to Dana LaRue, the creator of The Broke-Ass Bride, "a sassy and creative source for bad-ass inspiration" for a cheap wedding. (See the last installment here).

Here is what LaRue had to say:

Why are you a wedding blogger?
I started blogging because I was completely over-the-top obsessed with wedding blogs, but couldn't find one that spoke exactly to the kind of bride I was. So I started my own! 

What do you enjoy most about wedding blogging?
Connecting with the readers, and hearing about how my work has helped them have the wedding of their dreams. Nothing can beat that. 

What do you like least about wedding blogging?
The rotating audience. Every year or two your readers marry off and move on. It's hard to say goodbye. 

What do you consider to be your wedding expertise?
I specialize in empowering couples to spend wisely, live richly and thrive creatively -- crafting a bad-ass wedding on any budget.

Where do you get your inspiration?
I get my inspiration from everywhere! I'm always thinking: "how could this translate into weddings?" So it could be books or TV, websites or blogs, shopping or nature... inspiration is everywhere.
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