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She’s got something old and something new, something borrowed and something blue...but what about the groom? Thousands of women are planning their nuptials before they’ve even gotten engaged, using websites like Pinterest to choose their wedding gowns, rings, venues and décor. On TheKnot.com, 40% of users polled in 2011 admitted to visiting the site when they were single, while Weddingbee.com has nearly 15,000 members who are not yet engaged. One New York woman who got hitched last summer claims to have spent 10 years planning her wedding. Some experts blame our cultural obsession with weddings for this trend. Many women grow up believing their wedding day is the most important moment of their lives, so it’s no surprise they devote endless hours to perfecting every detail (even if there’s no Mr. Right in the picture). But some wannabe brides say that getting the planning done in advance is simply more practical and less stressful than waiting. While that may be true, all this premature planning may scare off a potential husband- never mind that it doesn’t leave much room for the groom’s preferences.