This wedding guide has been in the news!
- A review of the site is featured in the Spring 1997 edition of the book and interactive CD-ROM,
Luckman Interactive's "World Wide Web Yellow Pages"
- Luckman Four-Star winner for February 10, 1997
- An article was written on Leslie and her
web site in the August, 1996 issue
of a Japanese magazine called English Network Magazine.
web site was mentioned in an article in the July 8th Business section of the Daily
News, San Fernando Valley edition, part of the greater Los Angeles area: "Leslie's Guide
to Wedding Planning is an amazing trove."
web site was mentioned in an article in the Lawrence (MA) Eagle-Tribune
the week of June 23, 1996.
web site was referred to in an article appearing in the June 10, 1996
edition of the New York Times entitled 'Tie the Knot With Advice On the Web':
". . . A site called Leslie's Guide to Wedding Planning is an amazing trove. She says a hip alternative to
throwing birdseed is blowing bubbles, tells where to order a sixpence for the bride's
shoe and gives sample vows for the secular humanist. . ." -- by Mike Allen
web site was mentioned in an article in the "Computer Link" section
of the San Diego Union Tribune in May, 1996 written by Alex Munro-Rankin.
web site was referred to in an article appearing in The Washington Post on
April 18, 1996 entitled 'Marrying By the Book':
Bride's Emergency Kit appeared in a special
wedding section of The Evening News in Jeffersonville,
Indiana on January 17, 1996
List of Reception Songs was referred to in an
article in The News and Observer in Raleigh, North Carolina
on January 14, 1996:
". . . Leslie Fowler, an ambitious young woman in Yorktown, Va.,
has pulled together a guide to wedding planning on the Internet
(www.weddingsgalore.com/recmusic.html). One of her pages is a
comprehensive list of ideas for reception music, including songs
for the first dance, the mother-groom dance and the father-daughter
dance. This list could be used in tandem with your DJ's or band's
playlist, but if you have any special music in mind, don't be shy about
requesting it and be specific about when you want it played. . ." -- by