This post is the ultimate guide to selling a wedding dress online. Sell your wedding dress after the big day to recoup some of your costs!
Sticking to Your Wedding Budget1. Identify your core values and priorities Step 1 of wedding planning is to identify your priorities and your core values for life. Then you will use these principles to guide your decisions (especially when it comes to spending.) This is actually
Thanks to Paula’s Choice for sponsoring this informative post and giveaway! When it comes to wedding day beauty, it all starts with having an ideal canvas upon which to place your makeup. That means getting your skin in good condition leading up to the big day.
Greenery is a hot trend for wedding stationery and decor! Did you know that invitations, much like bridal gowns and bridesmaid dresses, can go out of style? Don’t believe me? Just Google Princess Di’s invite and you’ll see what I mean. But one design, that in
Check Out These Amazon Wedding Registry Perks 1. There are Endless Products to Choose from Not only does this online behemoth host the world’s largest selection of products in one single site, but they also offer the ability to add items from ANYWHERE online using their
Saving Money for Your Honeymoon If you’re working on saving up money for your honeymoon, check out these cute Honeymoon Savings Jars: Savings Fund Jar via ScreechOwlSupply Honeymoon Fund Jar via Sweet Carolina Collective Honeymoon Travel Bags If you need a way to lug your stuff, travel
Last month, I discussed the ‘reverse’ destination wedding, staying Stateside; this month, we’ll discuss the overseas European affair, and how to set a sensible destination wedding budget for your glamorous getaway. You’d be surprised how you can save big. Here’s how: Keep up on exchange rates.
Building a wedding website is easier than ever and can solve all of these potential problems. A wedding website serves as a place for all of your guests to access your Love Story (how you met and fell in love), who’s in your bridal party, the
This Wedding Favor Idea post is brought to you by My M&M’S for IZEA. As always, all opinions are 100% mine. When it comes to favors for weddings or bridal showers, I’m all about something simple and edible. Personalized trinkets can be costly and often end up in
Supplies You’ll Need: Ruler Baby’s Breath (about 2 bunches) Green Floral Tape Scissors Pearlized Ball Head Straight Pins Ribbon (we used 1 yard each of three kinds – ours is from M&J trimmings) NOTE: because the bouquet flowers cost less than $10 total, we decided to “splurge”
Last year was a great year for music, and introduced some new romantic tunes into my list of modern music to use for a wedding first dance. Of course, there’s always the classics like Frank Sinatra and Etta James, but we wanted to share some more