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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 is all about being savvy when
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This post has been sponsored by Walmart. All opinions are our own! When you’re planning a wedding, there are so many little details that you need to take care of and pay for. Don’t forget to save some time (and funds!) to plan out your honeymoon! And
It’s unquestionable that your wedding day is going to be spectacular and you will make memories that will last a lifetime with your friends, family and most importantly your future hubby. Even better than the memories you make you make on your wedding day will be
Wedding Dresses under $100 (dresses from $1-$100) If you’re on a serious budget, these under $100 gowns are totally for you! Don’t be afraid to check out sites like Rent The Runway, Macy’s, Nordstrom, and more for beautiful floor-length white dresses that are beautifully bridal! Related
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A major part of being a Budget Savvy Bride, in my humble opinion, is taking on as many DIY projects as possible in order to save money. If you’re thinking about creating your own invitations, save the dates, and wedding and ceremony signs, you’ll want to make
I don’t know about you, but I have a super hard time paying full price for anything. Luckily, thanks to the internet, I rarely have to anymore. One of the main ways I save while shopping online is by using coupon codes. There are tons of different