If you find yourself feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or pressured about your wedding plans or your wedding budget, read this post where we share FIVE wedding planning truths to save your sanity.
Finances are one of the biggest causes of strain in relationships. Don’t start your marriage on the wrong financial footing by taking on debt to pay for your wedding.
It can be a blessing to foot the vast majority of your wedding bills yourself. Not only will you learn valuable money lessons along the way, but you’ll also start your marriage off on the right financial footing!
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
One of the biggest challenges when planning a wedding, aside from the family politics, is setting a wedding budget and sticking to it throughout the process. But with a little planning right at the start, before you spend a single dollar, then arguments can be easily
When I was planning my wedding, I faced many challenges. My then-fiancé and I were fresh out of college, working entry-level jobs on entry-level salaries. We were in the thick of the recession, and neither of our families was in a place to help us out financially when
5 Reasons Why Wedding Debt is a Big Mistake 1. You’re Allowing Outside Forces to Pressure You A third of couples go into debt for their wedding. If you’re planning your wedding based on a “dream” list that your family or society or the wedding industrial
Steps for Setting Your Wedding Budget Your wedding budget will likely be made up of funds from several different sources and should reflect your values and/or priorities. Below you’ll find our step-by-step advice for setting a wedding budget you can actually afford and are happy with!1.
Happy New Year and welcome to The Budget Savvy Bride! Whether this is your first time stopping by or if you’ve been planning your wedding for a while, I hope you find helpful tips and information for your big day.One of the biggest challenges involved in
Today, I’m excited to share this guest post from a new friend and super savvy lady, Dani Pascarella of Invibed.com. Dani just got married in January in Palm Beach. It was not an inexpensive wedding per se, but many of the most memorable details were, because
Now that you’re engaged, it’s definitely time to start talking about money with your partner. Like it or not, money is a big part of life, wedding planning, and marriage, which means it’s oh-so-important to talk about with your future spouse. Having a money talk with your
Hello, friend! I wanted to touch on this subject, because I think a lot of people simply don’t know where to start when it comes to setting a budget for their wedding. [via mypassiveincomeexperiment] The first thing that happens when you begin wedding planning is you
Hello Lovelies! I could not be more excited to kick off a fun series here on The Budget Savvy Bride! One thing I’ve been wanting to include more of is advice from wedding pros who “get it.” I was so thrilled to connect with Dee Gaubert of
As I have mentioned, budgeting really is a tough thing to discuss once you get engaged. It involves tedious work, talking about money, and deciding where every amount of money was going. There are also all of the little details involved that you won’t think about until