Natalie Morales interviews Allison and Kelly Bare of Tango magazine about the real emotions of being engaged (3:31)
Lester Holt interviews Allison and Rachel Saphier, author of There Goes The Bride, on cold feet
Magazines & Newspapers
Baltimore Sun: Engagement: When Doubt and Joy Marry
Boston Magazine: I Love You. I Hate You. Even if you have a Ph.D. in multi-tasking, planning a wedding is a logistical nightmare.
Bridal Guide: How To Avoid Being a Bridezilla. The 7 Deadly Bridal Sins
Daily Journal: From Blushing Bride to Bridezilla
Deseret News: Preparing for Marriage While Planning A Wedding
EHow.com: How To Walk Down the Aisle
Global Post: What is the Difference Between Dating and the Engagement Stage?
Huffington Post Weddings: 7 Deadly Bridal Sins
Kathleen Show: Stop! Are you sure? Things to talk about before you say "I do"
KSL TV: Preparing for Marriage While Planning a Wedding (dealing with family fights)
LemonDrop: Engaged Women Less Happy? Why Getting The Ring Brings Us DownMcleans (Canada): It was fine until we got engaged: Your ring's making you miserable, your dad's gone all weird . . . Are you making a mistake?
Men's Stuff.org: Marriage Prep 101: Jitters
MSN Living.com: Did You Marry the Wrong Guy?
Morning Call: Wedding Jitters
Netscape Men: Engaged! The Reality of Premarital Myths
New York Times: Got Wedding Jitters? Take a Hike (or Grab Your Blankie)
Philly.com: From mature single to wedded partner Tying the knot at 35 after having the world on a single string can be a tricky transition.
Psychology Today: Brides and Grooms: Cold Feet: You're about to get married. Are your cold feet a red flag or part of a healthy transformation?
RadioMD: How to Deal with a Bridezilla
Salem News: Understanding Bridezilla Breakdowns
The Scotsman: I'm Engaged to a Perfect Monster
Toronto Globe & Mail: Wedding Day Cold Feet? Divorce may be in the cards
WebMD: Marriage Prep 101: From the burning questions you should ask each other before you walk down the aisle, to the jitters and cold feet, here’s a crash course in building a marriage that can last a lifetime.
Your Tango: Beat the Engagement Blues!
Wedding Blogs (this is just scratching the surface)
Black Tie Entertainment: Avoid Wedding Day Disasters: Disaster Scenario #3: When a Loved One Falls Ill Or Dies
Brides.com: Book Discussion about Emotionally Engaged
Connie Ann Reviews Emotionally Engaged
MindyWM Blog: Engagement Anxiety: More Common than Most Brides Think
Repeat Bride Reviews Emotionally Engaged: "let me tell ya, and this book helped get me back from the brink of meltdown"
Sassy Chicago Brides Reviews Emotionally Engaged
WeddingBee Reviews Emotionally Engaged
Writers In Skirts: Marriage Statistics