Today’s real wedding was so bright and fun! Kelsey and Joe wanted something relaxed that reflected their love for each other. They ended the night with the warm glow of the summer sun for their final bridal portraits. These photos have the best golden light – a true staple to a summer
Today’s budget-savvy wedding is a DIY masterpiece! I love Jordan and Emily’s eye for details and beautiful color choice and all the shades of red in the florals. And isn’t amazing how they transformed a school into darling reception venue?! Enjoy this DIY Ohio wedding! xoxo, Jessica Emily + Jordan August 26,
Today’s wedding is filled to the brim with beautiful blush, lavender and white details! Although Amy and Matt didn’t undertake dozens of DIY projects for their wedding, the ones they chose to do pack a big punch on their big day. I love that Amy, with the help of her family and
Where do I begin with this wedding? The amazing reception decor? The bright and perfect color palette? The gorgeous flower bouquets? Suzette and Brad created a stunning DIY wedding centered around their favorite colors: turquoise and orange. I love how you can tell that the wedding is “them” just from the pictures. Enjoy every photo
Jasmine and Dennis decided to do things a bit differently. Although their guests thought they were attending their wedding, they learned at the ceremony that Jasmine and Dennis actually married the year before in an intimate and quiet ceremony, and were now ready to announce their marriage to the world and celebrate.
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 wedding, but make sure you check
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 created using clothes pins, pictures and
I absolutely love when couples choose a sentimental venue for their wedding. The ambience provided by a venue with significance is priceless. Today’s bride and groom, Stephanie and Brandon, chose Stephanie’s family farm for their ceremony and reception. They did a marvelous job of tying together their event with rustic, farm-centric details
Welcome to our first Friday edition real wedding! So excited to share more budget wedding goodness with y’all. With all the wedding trends and fads, it’s easy to forget the beauty and simplicity of a church wedding and reception. And Kara and Andrew’s wedding encapsulates all that’s wonderful about a church wedding. From
I just know y’all are gonna love this pretty purple wedding! It definitely has lots of rustic details, but some really great timeless ones as well. I love how the couple used DIY where they needed to add extra special touches to their day. The purple details are just to die for
You are going to LOVE this wedding!! The couple managed to keep it under $8,000 total for 145 guests! They served some amazing looking food as heavy hors d’oeuvres with special little details. I love that they gave coffee beans as their wedding favors and what a savvy way to get them! Of
So excited to share this rustic vintage wedding with you from reader Stephanie! You might remember her DIY wedding invitations that we featured here on the blog, and now she’s shared her wedding with us! Stephanie was able to plan a lovely DIY wedding on a budget and still host about 90
To me, photography is the one great, tangible keepsake that you get to have forever from your wedding. These pictures will be displayed in your home, mocked by your children as they grow up, shown at your children’s weddings, and displayed at your Ruby Wedding Anniversary: basically, these pictures are a big deal.
Hello my Budget-Savvy lovelies! I apologize for the delayed wedding recap. My husband and I were tanning ourselves silly on our honeymoon cruise for the past two weeks. It was heaven. But now I am back to the real world, as a very married lady. It’s still slightly surreal. I’m getting used
Monique & Timothy’s relaxed outdoor affair just brings me joy! Even though this wedding is on the larger side of budgets that we feature, there’s still some great takeaways from the bride’s experience. Her helpful tips: find a venue that will let you bring in your own alcohol and sometimes doing all