We all know flowers make beautiful wedding decorations. The downside: Floral arrangements can bust even the most frugal bride’s wedding budget. The upside: You can skip the flora and fauna and still have a beautiful, photo-worthy decorations.
With all of the different choices to make when planning a wedding – flowers, dress, venue, food, etc. – the expenses may seem like they’re starting to pile up. But there’s good news: They don’t have to. Here’s a guide to what aspects of your wedding you should save your pennies for, and what ones you should only spend a penny on.
If you’re a guy, one of the most fun parts of planning a wedding is deciding which of your best buds to have by your side when you say your vows and make the transition into husbandhood. But it can also be kind of complicated. Here are tips for how you – and your groomsmen – can walk away thinking that yours was the best wedding ever.
Marriage is a wonderful, joyous event, but almost invariably, it’s one that brings with it a lot of changes. Some of those changes are financial, and ought to be discussed before the wedding. Here are some financial effects of marriage to consider!
Wedding photography and videography are EXPENSIVE! If you don't have room in the budget for both, there are a few alternative options. Here are a few ways to get all the wedding pictures and videos you deserve, without going broke.
Like most brides, my biggest wedding-related challenge is staying on budget. Favors are just one area where I really want to save money – so I’m compromising a bit on quality and going cheap. But here’s some good news for other budget-loving brides: Cheap favors don’t have to look cheap! Here are some ways to take your beer-budget favors to a champagne-budget level.
The wedding’s over, the thank-yous are sent and the top cake tier is in the freezer, waiting for your first anniversary celebration. Now you and your new spouse are starting to act on the plans you’ve made for your life together, and are ready to take that big step in moving into your first real home.