You’ve got enough on your plate with shopping for your dress, booking a reception hall, and hiring caterers and entertainers. Let us make the planning part of your wedding a little easier with our guide to budgeting for your bridal day. Here are lots of tips and tricks you may not have considered.
Giving out wedding favors has been a custom through the years as a symbol of the married couple’s appreciation for sharing in their special day. Even though they can be costly, you can make or buy favors that won’t empty your wallet or bank account, and your guests won’t know the difference.
Here comes the bride…there goes the bride. Once the big day is over, what will you do with your gown? Should you sell it, store it, or give it away? If you are wondering what to do with the dress once the wedding is over, we’ve got some creative ideas for you to consider.
Are you newly engaged? Does tackling your wedding have you scratching your head and asking yourself, how do I plan my own wedding? Where do I start? The answer is to take it one step at a time. Find out some the steps you need to take.
It’s becoming trendier to skip the normal bachelorette party and look at some alternatives to a bachelorette party. If you remember the last bachelorette gig you attended, you might have ended up with a headache from too much alcohol and embarrassing moments. Instead, try one of these suggestions.
Weddings are expensive these days, especially if you want all the frills. One of the expenses you have to consider is what is the average cost of a wedding cake? The answer may surprise you but there are ways you can cut costs. Jean Scheid offers some tips based on her daughter’s recent wedding.
There are lots of ideas for how to get cheap/inexpensive engagement party invitations for your wedding announcement. When budgets are tight these ideas can provide some much needed slack without sacrificing on style.
If you are planning on getting married soon, you’ve probably discovered that purchasing wedding rings can represent a sizable financial investment. If you don’t have enough money saved to purchase the rings outright, starting a payment plan on wedding rings could be a viable option.