Getting married is an exciting and wonderful thing, but it brings up quite a few money issues. Handle these money items between the engagement and the big day, and you’ll be setting yourself up for financial and marital success!
Here at BSB, we’re all about finding efficient and effective ways to save you money on your wedding, but another thing we love is teaching how to save for your wedding day! Between monthly bills, student loan payments, savings goals and of course, entertainment, it can be difficult to
Here are The Budget Savvy Bride, we’re all about finding efficient and effective ways to save you money on your big day, but another thing we love is teaching our couples how to save money for their wedding day! So many couples are strapped between their
With loads of wedding inspiration available online today, you may be feeling a bit of what I like to call “Pinterest Pressure.” This is what I’ve named the feeling of needing your wedding day to be picture perfect, so you become willing to throw whatever amount of
Think of it as a trade-off… fewer trips to the movie theater and more nights at home with Netflix. Fewer meals dining out in favor of a free trial of a new meal-delivery service. You can take that extra $10, $20, or $50 per month and
You don’t have to start a blog to earn money online Despite what you may assume, you don’t need to start your own blog or website in order to earn money online. You can get paid to take surveys, participate in market research, you can even
Tight wedding budget and in need of more funds? Check out these fun and flexible ways to earn extra money to help pay for your wedding!
Let’s talk money.I mean, that’s why you’re here isn’t it? To find out how to save money, spend it wisely, and stretch your dollars when possible. These days, the parents of the bride don’t always pay the tab for the wedding day – lots of you
I’m starting to stress about our $15k budget. We are funding 95% of the wedding and taking out a loan for what is basically the biggest party we’re ever going to throw for ourselves is not an option (this is not property or a business venture,