Today’s real wedding is a DIY dream. Shalene and Alexander had an intimate wedding with their closest friends and family. They included so many DIY projects throughout their day which also helped them keep costs down. We are obsessed with their lakeside ceremony! You will love
This pair pulled off what many New Yorkers would think the impossible. Jessica and Kristopher had a spring wedding in NYC for $14K! We love all off the DIY details they included in their day to help them acheive their dream wedding! Enjoy this Spring Wedding
Today’s real wedding was super fun. Rachel and Taylor got so many incredible photos among different backdrops in New York City. With their ceremony in Central Park, they got to experience the gorgeous backdrop of the city, yet still be somewhat secluded in nature. Enjoy this
We have a perfect DIY wedding for you today. Ashlea and Tony wanted a small, intimate and FUN affair and that’s exactly what they had. So many of their details were DIY and absolutely gorgeous. Enjoy this DIY Backyard Wedding in Syracuse! Xoxo, Jessica Ashlea +
Today’s budget-savvy wedding is quintessential summer! I love the beautiful outdoor setting Ashley and Zachary selected for their big day. And how fun is the zip line the had for their guests?! The perfect way to cool down on a hot July day. Enjoy this fun summer
Today’s wedding is filled with fun details and the perfect casual vibe. Zachary and Elizabeth had a traditional church wedding the moved their reception to a local campground with a fabulous barn. I love their little touches like the sign made out of an old pallet with
Sometimes when it comes to planning a budget-savvy wedding, simple is perfect! Ashley and Josh created a beautiful NYC wedding in Central Park on a wedding of $8K. I love that they embraced the rainy weather and made the best of it, capturing some stunning images!
A summer wedding on a family estate filled with vintage details? What could be better? I love how Donald and Amanda add a classy details (like decorated cupcakes and loads of pearls) to their outdoor wedding. The purple painted ball jars and outdoor setting are absolutely beautiful! And
Today’s budget-savvy wedding shines with the loveliest of details! I love how Elizabeth and Carlos created an outdoor wedding with a classy and elegant flair while incorporating so many personal elements. I’m especially smitten with the monogram cake topper Carlos made for their wedding cake. Enjoy
Where do I start with this wedding? Chelsea and Brendan created a gorgeous summer wedding. I love the combination of yellow and red. The sunflowers pair perfectly with the red bridesmaid dresses. And how lovely are the wildflower centerpieces? The sunflower cupcakes are darling and the
There is so much to love about today’s wedding. Marcy and Ryan beautifully brought together their favorite colors — yellow and blue — and their love of the seaside. They skipped flowers at the reception to save money and instead decorated with sea shells and their wedding
Oh my goodness! Do you remember this darling Monday morning wedding we featured in May? Well, today we have another beautiful Monday morning wedding with a gorgeous brunch reception. When Hyme and Jong received initial quotes for their wedding in New York City, the estimated budget
I always love seeing budget-savvy weddings with unique venues and fun details. This NYC bookstore wedding is no exception. Abbie and Jason kept costs down by using the same venue for both their ceremony and reception and opting for a cocktail-style food with limited alcohol options.
YOU GUYS. I’ve got an NYC Wedding for you today! This couple got married on the Upper East Side of Manhattan (swanky, right? Gossip Girl, anyone?) and in NYC it is no small feat to plan a wedding. The average wedding budget in NYC is around $75,000, so the
I love this sweet wedding from New York photographers Paper Hearts Photography. This particular wedding is on the higher end of the budget scale for events that we share, but I think it’s important to share all sorts of perspectives on being budget savvy. I hope you