Photo by Lidya Nada on Unsplash There’s no doubt about the initial thrill that comes after saying “Yass!” to your one-and-only. At that moment, you couldn’t wait to start planning your wedding, picking out color palettes, and getting knee deep in tulle. But now that some time has gone by and the
Everyday life these days can be busy and stressful… and when you add planning a wedding into the mix it can add more to an already-full plate. It’s so important to take care of yourself and destress while in the throes of wedding planning, and today we’ve got some great suggestions to
Don’t let tying the knot tie you down in financial debt. The average wedding is estimated to cost $25,000 to $30,000, as couples get real about what they’ve spent in the aftermath of wedding stress and bliss. When wedding bells should be ringing, alarm bills on your budget are going off instead.
You may not want to hear this as you get ready for your wedding, but money is the #1 reason that marriages end. How can you make sure that money doesn’t get in the way, so you can have a long, thriving, healthy marriage? The good news is that fighting over money
I’m super excited to be partnering with Carefree® to share all about being prepared for life’s surprises. All opinions are my own. If I’m being honest, I’d say I’m a natural worrier. I’d like to think I’m not alone in this as a woman. Surely I’m not the only one who obsesses
Happy Holidays to all of you beautiful brides out there!! I hope you and yours spend plenty of quality time together with each other and your families during this exciting time in your life After all, family is what it’s all about. It’s the week of Christmas, but guess what.. that wedding
I’m sure you’ve all seen the movie Wedding Crashers… which is definitely a humorous and over-the-top look at the kind of people who crash weddings. Most of the people considered “crashers” at the average wedding are probably friends who didn’t make the actual invite list or someone who you purposely didn’t invite
Throughout wedding planning, I, along with many other brides I’m sure, have seen and read way too many lists of wedding do’s and don’ts. While most offer some great advice, such as stick to your budget, be comfortable with the vendors you hire, be sure to enjoy your day, remember it’s more
Are any of y’all introverted, but still having a pretty large wedding? We are. Our families take up a majority of the 150 people we plan to accommodate at our wedding and we are very excited to celebrate with so many people that we care deeply for!!! Brady and I are both
If you haven’t seen My Big Fat Greek Wedding, you really should. It is such a fun movie in general, but it can also be very relateable for those of you who feel like you have little-to-no control over your wedding day. Toula’s large, very Greek family chooses the bridesmaid dresses, invitations, venue, even her dress.
For those of you who read my introduction post, you probably already know how much my fiancé and I are obsessed with our dog, Potter. For those of you who didn’t read my introduction post, I can sum up how much he means to us in four words: center of our world.
Let’s say that you have found the perfect wedding planner to help you plan the wedding of your dreams. You are ready to seal the deal when, your wedding planner gives you a 7 page contract to review and sign before he or she will start planning your wedding. Don’t dismay! The
Happy Wedding Week friends! Did you know there’s an entire week of the year dedicated to celebrating weddings? As a very wise friend of mine has recommended to me—you should milk it for all it’s worth!Anywho, before things get really wild and I start showing off all of the fabulous projects I’ve
Many girls love the attention and adoration that comes along with being a bride. You hear brides saying phrases like, “This is MY day,” or better yet, “This is supposed to be the best YEAR of my LIFE!” I’m only slightly exaggerating here. And while obviously every woman wants her wedding day
Honoring loved ones who have passed away on your big day is a common and special way to include those who passed too soon. For me it is especially important because my father is one of those loved ones. He passed away my junior year of college due to a disease of