I'm not sure how many of you out there use gmail, but I've been a trusty user of said e-mail portal for about six years now (I joined back when you had to get a special invite). Over the years, I've always found it amusing to watch which ads are profiled on my page, and now that wedding planning has taken over my inbox, so have the ads.
I remember back in my single days, I'd have ads that would tout match-making websites, job search engines, and education sites. Below is an image I took a number of years ago (just because it was so funny and crushing at the same time) . . . I'm not sure what my e-mail was trying to tell me with that one, and I'm really not sure what I must have been talking about to prompt it, but as intrigued as I was, I'm proud to say that I did not click through . . .
Now, gone are the ads about catching men, and cue the ads about all things wedding. Not only has been inbox been overwhelmed with e-mails from musicians, planners, photographers, etc., but I'm getting ads that promote wedding runners, photographers, bachelorette "toys," and so on. Honestly, it's an entertaining little break, and it reminds me of things I might be forgetting (such as an aisle runner).
Anyone received any ridiculous e-mails? What's the most wedding e-mails you've received in a day? How do you keep it all straight?