This post is written in partnership with Pockets of Paris: one of Budget Savvy Bride’s favorite picks for your groom and groomsmen’s suits! You may have heard it said that if your relationship can make it through planning a wedding together, you’ll be fine. Wedding planning doesn’t have to be hard, and
After the excitement from the proposal fades, it’s time to start planning your dream wedding. With so many items to figure out, it can be overwhelming and difficult to figure out where to start. Here are a few top priority items that you should tackle first.
Learn the truth about lab-grown diamonds — are they the same as the “real” thing? And why are they considered eco-friendly? Get the scoop on lab-created stones in this post featuring insights from our partners, Clean Origin.
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Do you and your partner have a furbaby? Maybe you’re considering including your dog in your wedding day! If so, you won’t want to miss these tips for making it stress-free for everyone, as well as creative ways to incorporate your pup in your big day. If you’re thinking about bringing your
The secret to managing your money in marriage: COMMUNICATION! We’ve all been told, at least once in life, not to mix business and friendship. Basically, money problems are bound to come up at some point in life. Unfortunately, financial issues can easily destroy a relationship if you’re not careful. Marriage is one
Let these real-life DIY tragedies serve as a warning to any couple who is planning to take on certain aspects of their big day themselves! Check out these five examples of how DIY can ruin your big day… or otherwise known as, How to DIY your Wedding straight to Hell 🤣 1.
Picking the Best Team for Your Big Day The vendors you choose for your big day could make or break your wedding. A top-notch vendor will spend all the time necessary to solidify your vision and create a plan to make your vision a reality. They’ll jump in on your big day
Check out these Expert Wedding Budget Tips from Kelly Lannan of Fidelity Investments. Last year, I attended 12 weddings – not including three weddings I couldn’t attend because they conflicted with another wedding on the same day. Starting around age 25, when save-the-dates start rolling in, most people find their summer weekends are
This educational post has been sponsored by Wholesaleflowers.net. Thanks for supporting the sponsors that make this site possible! Here at The Budget Savvy Bride, you know we love to share advice and practical tips to help you plan every aspect of your big day the DIY way! Today’s post features advice from
When it comes to planning your wedding, one of the first steps to take is thinking about the location of your nuptials and the celebration afterward. If you’re like many brides, you and your groom will be keen to say your “I Do’s” outside where you can feel the sun on your
With the amount of imagination filling our minds with our wedding dreams, we never expect the negatives or downfall of events that may come with the wedding day. On the big day, the amount of pressure the couple end up putting on themselves is so immense in search of perfection that they
5 Reasons Why Wedding Debt is a Big Mistake 1. You’re Allowing Outside Forces to Pressure You A third of couples go into debt for their wedding. If you’re planning your wedding based on a “dream” list that your family or society or the wedding industrial complex has forced upon you, stop
In this economy, rip-offs during any stage of a wedding endanger more than your chances of staying within budget. They can potentially destroy your honeymoon plans and savings. Worse yet, they can even cast a dark shadow over the entire event that leaves you and your partner starting your new life together
Today I have a fun treat for you all! Jen Glantz, professional bridesmaid and entrepreneur behind Bridesmaid for Hire, is sharing some of her insight and tips from her experiences being a bridesmaid dozens of times over. I had the chance to ask Jen a few questions about being a bridesmaid and her