Happy Friday, BSB readers! Although this wedding took place last fall, the sunflower details are perfect for the summer too! I love Whitney’s beautiful bouquet and the gorgeous flowers at the wedding venue and the reception! And how fun are the photos of the groom and groomsmen getting ready
The Budget Savvy Bride is crossing a a few continents today to bring you this stunning wedding from New Zealand! How lovely are the details at their wedding ceremony? The rose petals and braided rug are absolutely perfect I love Alle’s unique dress and antique veil from
Today’s wedding is chock full of fun vintage details, gorgeous rural wedding photos, a stunning venue and the prettiest of colors. MaKenzie and Taylor did a fabulous job pulling together a beautiful ranch wedding for 320 guests for $10K. There are so many darling elements of this
The outdoor setting complemented by the navy, gray and warm wood tones of today’s wedding makes a stunning combination! I love Kayla and Jason’s rustic style and how goes perfectly with their Colorado ranch venue. I’m especially a fan of how they use paper lanterns to create an intimate reception.
Creative elegance perfectly sums up today’s budget-savvy wedding! Amanda and Charles chose a beautiful courthouse setting for their ceremony, then hosted a lovely reception at a restaurant. They did a wonderful job of relying on the beauty their venues and keeping decor to a minimum. And,
Today’s wedding is a treat if you love the shabby chic style and enjoy weddings with a casual flair. Kristina and Mark pulled together a beautiful wedding and reception for $8K through tons of creative DIY. I especially love the groom and groomsmen’s boutonnieres made of wheat!
Today’s wedding is filled with rustic details that are perfect for the fall season! From the candy bar and coffee station to the paper lanterns and vintage doors decor, the charm of today’s wedding is in the details. I especially love the photo display Lauren and her mom
Lindsey and Chris created a beautiful and fun wedding on budget of $9K for their 125 guests. I love how they incorporated Lindsey’s great, great grandmother’s mason jars into their reception decor. They kept their flowers lovely and simple, and used beautiful tree slabs for their centerpieces. Enjoy today’s rustic
What’s not to love about this beautiful wedding? Ross and Erica’s unusual combination of blue and purple with bright pops of color is perfect for their outdoor setting. The mismatched bridesmaids’ dresses are absolutely darling. Although every detail of the reception is stunning, I’m particularly smitten with their
An evening wedding is classic and elegant, and Sheba and Josh created the quintessential evening wedding. I love their beautiful venue and how they used the space for both the ceremony and the reception. Sheba is self-admittedly not a DIYer, but she still found great ways
Janelle and Tyler made the most of their glorious outdoor venue for their October wedding. I love the simplicity of their event, keeping the guest list to their closest family. Their $10K budget included not only a rehearsal dinner for all their guests, but also their
Today’s wedding is filled with gorgeous handmade details that perfectly reflect the couple. I love how Hannah and Eric let their personalities shine throughout their big day! How cute is their homemade photo booth? I also love the bride’s budget savvy ModCloth wedding dress (AWESOME!) and the
I’m tickled with the charm and sweetness of today’s wedding feature. Caroline and Jose masterfully crafted a classy, intimate wedding for 30 guests. They splurged on what was important to them: food and flowers. And you can tell! These two elements of the wedding pulled together the
An outdoor venue and rustic, handmade details shine in today’s wedding. I love how Natalie and John decorated their reception venue using white carnations and baby’s breath, pink fabric and homemade flower boxes. And how sweet is it that their families helped throughout the wedding and
Today we’re featuring a beautiful garden wedding from South Carolina! Chelsea and Josh kept their wedding costs to $7K by crafting their own wedding decor and cutting out items that weren’t important to them. I absolutely love all of the magnolia leaves they used to decorate