If you’re looking for a simple way to cut down on your wedding reception expenses, you’ll probably want to skip the open bar. Check out these affordable alternatives to an open bar to entertain your guests for less!
This post is part of a recurring series here on BSB where we share wedding budget tips to help you save money on your wedding! You can access all the wedding budget tips on a single page for your convenience and future reference. This post talks about a way to cut
Craft a signature cocktail for your wedding to save money on your reception expenses. Don’t miss this roundup of some delicious cocktail recipes, and learn more about how this choice can save you money!
Alcohol has a ridiculously high markup, so finding a venue that will allow you to bring your own booze will save you bundles on your wedding reception!
Weddings are expensive, and finding ways to make them both memorable and affordable can be quite the challenge. Everyone dreams of that picture-perfect wedding day, but nobody wants to embark on a marriage shackled by debt. Working with a small wedding budget isn’t easy but, with
If you’re planning a bridal shower or brunch wedding, you’re going to absolutely love this post! Who says bellinis are only enjoyed in Italia? While the original bellini originated from Italy, the drink has become popular worldwide. The best part about a classic bellini is that it
Whether your dream wedding is a glamorous event or more of a DIY affair, one of these three varieties will match the mood and theme. The best part is, they’ve recently launched in the US and retail for $16.99 a bottle! Include Zonin Prosecco in your
Read this: Craft a Signature Cocktail for your Wedding Read this: How to Choose the Perfect Signature Cocktail for Your Wedding Tangerine Vodka Spritzer with Skinnygirl Vodka This affordable signature cocktail idea is great for a summer wedding, because it’s essentially watered down with seltzer. Not
Throughout our wedding planning journey, my fiancé, TJ, and I haven’t experienced many controversies. We are truly lucky in the sense that our family wants us to have what we want at our wedding. However, as mentioned in my previous post, the least important item to
Our venue comes with an alcohol permit, which is pretty sweet because it means we can buy our own booze and do it on the cheap. Here are our tips if you are going to buy your own wedding alcohol: 1) Think about what is important
This classic Ron Swanson dictum is one I try to live by, especially when making decisions about how to use my time and money. Unsurprisingly, when it comes to wedding planning, these words keep echoing through my mind offering me encouragement and affirmation when making tough
As I’ve mentioned before, Dan and I are trying to be budget savvy while still having flair at our wedding. We don’t want to sacrifice the “wow-factor” just because we’re making economical decisions. One thing that was really important to Dan was to be able to