I love flowers. They’re beautiful and they smell great, and always make me happy. That said, I don’t care about flowers at all. I’ve never had any interest in paying thousands of dollars for designer bouquets from a florist. In my mind, it’s hard to mess
The man of your dreams just popped the question and you are riding high on a cloud of excitement, but after the initial engagement starts to settle down the actual planning process begins, and before you know it the bridal budgets quickly start to add up. What most
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I decided that I wanted my candy buffet to match our color scheme, but was having trouble finding turquoise candy that wasn’t crazy expensive. The only things I found were jelly beans ($60+ for a 5lb bag) and custom colored M&Ms ($57 for a 5lb bag).
Saving money on your wedding may seem difficult, but it’s all about priorities. If you’re not willing to budge on the line items that can be the easiest areas to cut, then you’ll have to find other ways to save money on your wedding. You’ve probably