This post is part of a recurring series here on BSB where we share 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 how to stay organized
Wedding planning doesn’t have to be stressful, overwhelming, and expensive. In this post, you’ll find the best tactics for planning a wedding on a budget you can afford– all without the stress and overwhelm!
We’ve all done it — opened up our closet door and sighed deeply, feeling a bit overwhelmed. Every piece of clothing is stuffed inside, creating an unorganized mess. It’s stressful seeing that kind of clutter day in and day out. If you’re planning on moving house
Sticking to Your Wedding Budget1. Identify your core values and priorities Step 1 of wedding planning is to identify your priorities and your core values for life. Then you will use these principles to guide your decisions (especially when it comes to spending.) This is actually
Get organized to keep yourself on-track and on-budget with your wedding plans. Check out these organizational tools and products from Etsy!
We all know that girl, don’t we? The one who is OBSESSED with all things beauty. She lives at Sephora and stalks the Kylie Lip Kits like she’s hunting her prey. This handy little gift guide is filled to the brim with product suggestions and product
via Every aspect of a wedding can cost a pretty penny, thankfully there are ways around almost all of the costs. Depending on your location, you can get great deals on previously used wedding items. It can take some time to find exactly what you are
As I noted in a previous post, Tim and I are obnoxious spreadsheet people. Thankfully, Google makes it incredibly easy to stay organized for wedding stuff. If you are just starting to plan your wedding, or if you’re already in the thick of planning but feel
No matter what budgeting tool you may be using, the overwhelming standard affirms that the largest portion of your wedding budget is bound to be spend on your reception. Most sites recommend spending between 45 – 65 percent of your budget on this portion of your
Wouldn’t it be great if you could just take a work hiatus to focus on wedding full-time? Since you’re here, we’re assuming you can’t exactly afford to do that! So instead, check out these five tips for the busy bride to help fit wedding planning tasks
The wedding countdown is on. As I’m getting into the nitty and the gritty of wedding planning, the big details have been taken care of and I’m getting down into finalizing details and making last minute purchases. Crafting is coming along (more posts on that later
I’ve never been a bride that’s been overly excited to plan a wedding. Shocking, right? To me a wedding feels like just another project and I’ve never had that desire to be the center of attention for a day. Before becoming engaged, I didn’t have any
Dane and I have been so blessed by how generous our friends and family have been. They have been showering us with gifts and money since we announced our engagement. I was truly shocked that they would send us checks and even a set of our