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The Budget Savvy Bride

“Where are you getting married?”  After the “when” is asked, people are quick to inquire about the venue you selected.  As I began the venue hunting process, I had two rules: 1.) I wanted to get married in a church that looks like a church, and, 2.) I didn’t want to have my reception outside […]

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  Happy Sunday! I hope you enjoy this simply savvy pink wedding! The pale pink color scheme is perfect for the week of Valentine’s Day! The couple saved a bundle by choosing an off-peak wedding date and by keeping things simple, but the end result is still lovely. Hope you enjoy the bride’s helpful advice. […]

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  Happy Friday Lovelies! It’s been another super fun week here at BSB! I know I have been loving the wisdom that our current batch of bride bloggers have been sharing– I’m telling you these savvy gals know what’s up! I’ve learned alot from them :)    One of the fun things I did this […]

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Budget shopping is an art….not a science.  There is no one way to score a deal.  However, getting great deals is more about timing, diligence, and your own perception of value than anything else.  Everyone likes a good deal, but you aren’t necessarily getting a good deal just because you’ve bought the item secondhand or […]

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Almost immediately following my romantic proposal in Puerto Rico I did what all giddy, newly engaged ladies do and hit Pinterest! I Googled a 100 or more things I thought I’d ever need at my wedding. We waited to set the wedding budget a couple weeks after our engagement and for three glorious weeks I was able to […]

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  Trying to find fresh flowers around Christmas can be a challenge. Also I have a hard time spending $50 on a boutonniere that will die the next day. So instead of fighting it, I embraced the festive atmosphere and decided to make my boutonnieres Christmas themed! Not only was it much cheaper, but it […]

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Must-Have items for your wedding registry

As we head into prime gift purchasing time of year, I thought what better to share than the best items to add to your wedding gift registry! I popped over to do some online browsing at my favorite store, Target, and picked out some of my favorite must-haves for your newlywed kitchen. Keep in mind, […]

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    We’re back with another lovely budget savvy wedding! This upstate New York budget wedding has some truly lovely details and was captured fabulously by Paige Overturf Photography. I love the simple centerpieces on the tables– it goes to show you don’t have to go crazy in order to put together something nice. I […]

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Last week I posted about Wrapp, this week I’d like to share with you Ebates.com for extra wedding savings. Are you purchasing anything online for your wedding? Before you go straight to the website, check out Ebates first. Ebates is an online shopping center that earns a commission from the stores when you make a purchase. Instead […]

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As you read my posts, you’ll notice that I reference my Pinterest board a lot. I love that Pinterest makes it so easy to share our wedding style/theme inspiration with all of you. While it’s very easy to use the site as a repository of beautiful and unattainable dreams (ha ha),  I really try to […]

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After Josh proposed in January, I decided to take a couple of months to get a vision for our wedding.  While I was contemplating the whole “wedding planning” thing, I made a promise to myself that I wouldn’t spend money on (or make!) anything that couldn’t be re-purposed after the fact. We considered a green […]

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I knew planning a wedding would be a lot of work, but I didn’t quite grasp what that would mean for my daily life until the time to plan the big day arrived.  I know I’m not unique.  Between working full time, preparing to move, investing in friendships and family, planning a wedding and spending […]

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