There’s a new affordable wedding line you won’t want to miss! The Showpo bridal collection was designed with the stylish and savvy bride in mind.
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The Knot’s 2015 Real Weddings Study found that on average brides spent $1,469 on their wedding dress, up $112 from 2014. For any other dress that amount is beyond extravagant unless you’re a red carpet starlet or royalty – and even they borrow gowns instead of
*This post is brought to you by David’s Bridal.*One of the best ways to save on your wedding attire is to shop savvy and watch out for bridal sales. Being strategic about when you buy your wedding dress could really save you a bundle, so I
Unless you’re new around these parts (which, in that case, welcome!) you probably already know how much we love ModCloth here at BSB. They offer super stylish and affordable clothing and accessories for women, including many fabulous frocks that are totally wedding appropriate. But we literally
7 Ways to Save Money on Your Wedding Dress 1. Renew your mom’s or grandmother’s dress Why bother buying a new dress if you can use your old mom’s dress and save tons immediately? You will get a chance to walk down the aisle wearing something
This post brought to you by Filene’s Basement. The content and opinions expressed below are that of The Budget Savvy Bride.Back in the “good old days” of wedding planning, there used to be this magical place you could go to snag a designer wedding dress for
Here we are, at the end of the month — 3 lucky brides have already been chosen and there is just one spot left for you to get in on the action with the Steal the Deal Sweepstakes from David’s Bridal! This contest has been SO much for to be
Here we are, halfway through the month — two lucky brides have already been chosen and there are two chances left for you to get in on the action with the Steal the Deal Sweepstakes from David’s Bridal! To refresh: Each week in January one lucky bride
So, I finally did something I was terrified to for the first six months of my engagement…I bought a wedding dress! Even scarier, I bought the dress online, and I didn’t even try it on first! I know this isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but sometimes those online