Hurricane Sandy’s path of destruction has put life on hold for millions of residents in states along the Eastern Seaboard. The Knot estimates the weather disrupted wedding plans for more than 2,300 brides-to-be this week. The Knot created a Facebook page as an online forum to connect brides with venues and vendors to reschedule this week’s weddings and to keep the more than 4,000 November ceremonies on track. The Facebook page called ” Helping Brides in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy ” is a place where East Coast couples can share tips, find available venues and talk to local experts. Helping couples tie the knot as scheduled is the main goal for The Knot, the most-trafficked wedding website. “We knew we needed to come up with a fast and easy way to connect as many brides to wedding planning pros and venues as possible,” Anja Winikka, TheKnot.com’s site director, said. “We felt like it was our responsibility to connect the two.” From Nov. 1 to Nov. 25, vendors are asked to list their businesses, addresses, availability and contact information. Many venues in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut lost power and sustained damage from flood waters, forcing brides to make… Read full this story
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