Steps for Setting Your Wedding Budget Your wedding budget will likely be made up of funds from several different sources and should reflect your values and/or priorities. Below you’ll find our step-by-step advice for setting a wedding budget you can actually afford and are happy with!1.
Most of the wedding advice you’ll read online and in magazines is about all of the “must-haves” in terms of items or services needed for the big day… you know, in an effort to convince couples to spend more money than they should. But in reality,
With loads of wedding inspiration available online today, you may be feeling a bit of what I like to call “Pinterest Pressure.” This is what I’ve named the feeling of needing your wedding day to be picture perfect, so you become willing to throw whatever amount of
This post is sponsored by Blue Nile. While this was a sponsored opportunity from Blue Nile, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. One thing we haven’t covered much of here on The Budget Savvy Bride is BLING! Since many of our readers come to
Let’s face it, weddings can be expensive. According to recent reports, the average couple spends more than $30,000 on a wedding, and that’s not including the honeymoon. If you’re looking for ways to save on wedding decor, this post is for you. Depending on your venue,
RELATED POST: Have an At-Home Wedding to Save MoneyOutdoor Lighting The right lighting can transform your backyard into a fairy tale wedding venue. Consider strings of twinkle lights, paper lanterns, or mason jars with candles inside hanging from the tree limbs. You can find many other
You’re planning a wedding, perhaps a colorful October wedding because it’s your favorite time of the year, and you’re wondering what to do to break the mold when it comes to weddings and all things bridal. The way to make your wedding a little more unique,
Just because you’re getting married doesn’t mean all your work is done! There are quite a few items that will show up on your to-do list after the big day, including name changing, thank you notes and more. Our friends at IRS.com shared this great Newlywed
Google Sheets. Powerpoint. Doodles on legal pads. Printed copies of emails. Those are just a few of the tools I used when planning my wedding. Between tracking RSVPs, coordinating with vendors and laying out the venue, I found it difficult to efficiently coordinate all the details
From time to time we like to share infographics, and this one by BeFrugal is super interesting! As a pop-culture lover and adorer of weddings, this infographic was a match made in heaven for me. If there’s one thing you’ve probably noticed, it’s that weddings are EVERYWHERE in
This sponsored post was created in partnership with Allstate. ✔️ Married Name Change Checklist ✔️ How to change your name when you get married: 1. Get your marriage license. Before you can change your name, you’ll need your original marriage license (or a certified copy). Most states
Today, I’m excited to share this guest post from a new friend and super savvy lady, Dani Pascarella of Invibed.com. Dani just got married in January in Palm Beach. It was not an inexpensive wedding per se, but many of the most memorable details were, because
Wondering where to start with your wedding day timeline? When you’re planning your own wedding and trying to figure out your day-of timeline, it can be overwhelming knowing just how to begin.For DIY weddings particularly, the wedding day timeline is a road map for the entire
I’m so excited to publish this beautiful wedding inspiration created by Aisle Society! Aisle Society is more than just a blog, it’s a hub of all the best wedding content from over 30 of your favorite wedding bloggers, and it’s only going to grow from here!
When first getting to know a client and formulating budget tips for their event, we’ll peruse digital images, such as their Pinterest. Often, they’ll point out a photo of an idea that looks gorgeous, but doesn’t quite fit in with their budget. For example, a set