A large part of being creative is being willing to throw tradition out of the window. I recommend that you test your creativity most in areas that are low priorities in your wedding budget. For Keith and I, our wedding budget for transportation was a meager $50. Yep, $50 – that’s it.
If you had a chance to read part one of this series, you’ll quickly see that there is no area that Keith and I are not willing get creative with. The most budget consuming portions of the wedding – venue, photography, and catering – are not exceptions. These big ticket areas are
So now that Keith and I had a budget and an estimate guest count, we could look seriously at wedding vendors, attend bridal shows, and compare quotes. TRUE CONFESSION – I was so disgusted with the prices these vendors were requesting for services. Between the separate tab for wedding pricing on vendor
How we trimmed our guest list To ease the tension and minimize our list, we came up with a few questions to ask regarding each potential invitee: 1) Has the person met both my fiancé and me? 2) Will the person be a part of the next chapter in my life that
According to CNN Money, the average cost for a wedding in the U.S. is $30,000. The average cost for a wedding in Washington, DC is over $37,000, coming in as the 13th most expensive area to get married behind New York City (and vicinity), Chicago, Northern New Jersey, and Los Angeles (and
I’m Tiffany. My awesome fiancé Keith asked me to marry him on February 8th, and of course I said YES. Keith and I both work for non-profits and we both live in our nation’s capitol – Washington, DC. Planning a budget wedding in high-priced DC is no easy feat, so we had