After the excitement from the proposal fades, it’s time to start planning your dream wedding. With so many items to figure out, it can be overwhelming and difficult to figure out where to start. Here are a few top priority items that you should tackle first.
Wedding planning is already stressful, but how do you survive the stress of wedding planning in a long distance relationship? Get tips for navigating these extra-tricky waters in this post!
1. Your Budget Hosting an at-home wedding doesn’t magically take away all of your budgeting woes. It’s essential to create a wedding budget and stick to it throughout the planning process. While the venue is free, you’ll still have to pay for any additional services you
Photo by Lidya Nada on Unsplash There’s no doubt about the initial thrill that comes after saying “Yass!” to your one-and-only. At that moment, you couldn’t wait to start planning your wedding, picking out color palettes, and getting knee deep in tulle. But now that some
Life is busy… and when you add wedding planning into the mix, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. I love that the internet has allowed for so many unique and helpful, efficient tools to help couples plan their wedding… that’s why I’m so excited about
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If there’s two things I love, it’s tech and weddings. When I get to share resources that encompass both of these topics, it makes me so giddy! It’s amazing what technology has done for the wedding world, and the new wedding planning app Joy is no
Google Sheets. Powerpoint. Doodles on legal pads. Printed copies of emails. Those are just a few of the tools I used when planning my wedding. Between tracking RSVPs, coordinating with vendors and laying out the venue, I found it difficult to efficiently coordinate all the details
Weddings now have such lovely, unique, personal touches, thanks to the DIY movement. There are thousands of tutorials online (including the DIY projects featured here on The Budget Savvy Bride) that show you how you can DIY your wedding, as well as examples from real weddings
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
The holiday season has a tendency to drain your wallet (even with the discounts scored from Black Friday sales). The high cost of presents and lavish festivities can wreak havoc on your budget. Therefore, you might be surprised to find that Winter is a fairly inexpensive
In the past four weeks both my personal and professional life has been inundated with weddings. Like I mentioned in one of my recent blog posts, engagement season is in full swing. Whether it be giving tours of our facility, putting together estimates for receptions or