To start off the week, I’ve got a guest post from Heather and Jessica from Saving Money Living Life! They have been doing a series of wedding related posts on their blog over the last few weeks and I am delighted to have them contribute here
1. Save Money on Your Wedding Venue Be creative – contact your local parks department to see if there are decent deals on public parks. Going to the chapel? Off-season months like January, March, and November, are generally less expensive. Live in a costly city?
So I know all of you DIY brides out there are going through lots of printer ink while printing different paper items for your wedding… so don’t miss out on this great ink recycling program by Staples! For every used ink cartridge you turn in using
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