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 shares how thinking outside the box
Choosing an untraditional wedding caterer can save you money on your wedding budget. Check out this wedding budget tip to help you save money on your wedding catering.
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
Dylan & SaraAfter the initial shock and excitement of getting engaged wears off, the wedding planning and decision-making start to set in. Location, timing, who’s going to be in the wedding, flowers, the rings, etc. – those are all important things to factor into the wedding
Q&A with Nisa Burns Bride-to-be, chef and author of Kitchenability 101 kitchenability.com What are some ways that couples can infuse their personal tastes into their wedding menu in a unique way? Some ways to infuse your own personal taste in a wedding menu are incorporating
For our actual wedding, our destination, we did not need to worry about a caterer or anything like that. We just choose our available options from a list. (That also means no taste-testing, all you nervous brides!) However, we are having two events. About a month
After selecting our awesome venue, we had to figure out what we were going to feed our guests and where it was going to come from. We knew that usually wedding food is around $50 and up per person but that just seemed unreasonable to us.
The first thing that we started looking into (pre-engagement ring hunting) was the perfect venue. Traditional catering halls just don’t do it for us. We weren’t completely certain as to what we wanted, we just knew that we wanted it to be different. I believe I
My G2B and I had plenty of great ideas when it came to catering; we discussed having a full buffet vs. hors d’oeuvres. At first, we decided wanted stations and heavy hors d’oeuvres. Well after meeting with a couple caterers our dreams seemed unattainable. There were