Just like Laura, I started my wedding planning process with a hefty DIY list. Being less than a week away from the wedding, I thought I’d let you guys know how I did on my list! I must preface this post with a bit of a
As a former event planner, I know the importance of day-of-coordination (DOC). While I always loved running events, I know I do not want to experience all the stress and running-around of orchestrating an event on my wedding day. It’s very important to me that I,
As I’ve mentioned before, Dan and I are trying to be budget savvy while still having flair at our wedding. We don’t want to sacrifice the “wow-factor” just because we’re making economical decisions. One thing that was really important to Dan was to be able to
Like many budget savvy brides, I am not having flowers at my wedding. Well, that’s not totally true. My bouquet will be made of real flowers, but that’s it. No flowers on the tables, none for the bridesmaids, none for the groomsmen, none for the decor.
Given we want to be as budget savvy as possible, we decided to have a Stag and Doe to help with the cost of our wedding! For those of you who aren’t familiar with the concept, a Stag and Doe (aka a Jack and Jill, a
Ladies, I am happy to report that one of my first DIY projects for my wedding cost me a total of twenty-five cents!Materials: – cardboard – yarn – stapler This was a super easy and fun project to create decorative yarn letters. I think I am
When me and my ladies (hereafter referred to as S. V. and J.) started bridesmaid dress hunting, there were a few factors to consider that are common for most wedding parties: 1) All three of my girls have very different styles when it comes to clothes
Hi there readers! I’m bride blogger Danielle and I’m excited to be a part of BSB! 5 fun facts about me: I’m a middle-school and high-school English teacher. My life revolves around lessons planning, teaching, and grading papers/tests for 125 students between grades six and eleven. This means