budget-weddings

Every girl dreams about her wedding day and I was no different. I had Pinterest boards galore and had been a bridesmaid in three of my closest friend's weddings. I was sad I would never get my day but tried to hide it. Matt noticed.
Prices of weddings will continue to rise, people will get busier and busier, and the demand for traditional weddings will decline. Pop-up weddings are here to stay and will be seen as a common wedding option in the future.
Weddings are a big deal. Every small detail seems to matter, and the more we invest time into the planning, the more overwhelming it can become. Maybe you're the type of bride that enjoys the process, which is great! Maybe you're not, and that's great too!
In total, the Bigsbys spent $3,000 on their budget-friendly, 100-person wedding, succeeding in throwing a memorable, eco
For a sure-to-be-buzzed-about music and dancing experience for your reception, offset the cost of hiring an entire band by
I caught up with a few of my fave people in the wedding world to ask them how brides can get the most unique wedding shot list ideas to capture their entire wedding journey.
While we are involved with thousands of weddings per year at WeddingMix, it's still not unusual for me to make a personal
All the natural beauty of autumn should be used to fit the vision you had for your wedding -- not the other way around!
No one wants to throw a total snooze-fest wedding or bore their guests to tears. No worries though; there are a ton of super offbeat and inexpensive wedding entertainment ideas that'll make your guests remember your wedding for years!
Does the sound of a "budget" wedding make you cringe? For me, it conjures up images of dollies, chocolate covered almonds, bubbles, and food that should be used as doorstops instead of being consumed by humans.
I caught up with four of our most budget-savvy bridal bloggers to get their most helpful, creative, and EASY wedding cost hacks!
The difference between the advice given on this topic by those within the industry and those who aren't professional vendors is obviously different, and for good reason. I'm here to tell you right now that I don't always believe that weddings need to cost an arm and a leg.
So many of the wedding stories I hear these days are about the ridiculous price tags or about couples fighting over who sits where. Newly-minted Husband and I wanted to go nowhere near either of those black holes and, with that in mind, began our nine-month, low-stress, heartwarming journey.
I committed to skipping the wedding planning stress entirely. I wanted a special day to remember, but I didn't want the reception logistics to overtake the meaning of the vows. And, I didn't want to spend a fortune on one day (four college educations do not just pay for themselves).
I was DIY queen. Seriously. My friend taught me to sew and I made my wedding gown. I had been a cake decorator, so of course
4. Wear a petticoat if the skirt is full. This will hold the skirt's shape and allow you to move freely without tripping
If you are over budget, which category do you fall into?
Wedding plans are all about communication. Getting guests to and fro, directing them from one place to the next, and keeping them informed about activities and events can be a full-time job.
Choose a table setting/china pattern that has a gold accent, or interesting geometry. If that breaks the budget, then choose
I love going to destination weddings because it's like a forced vacation