There are a zillion ways to save money while planning a wedding. A simple google search will result in hundreds of ideas. But some of them? Not so practical. Such as- “Piss off your future mother-in-law- Cut your guest list to only 15” or “Have a potluck- because that’s totally not tacky.” We appreciate the help guys, but I think we maybe kinda sorta want this day to be an awesome and classy affair. So here are some ideas to save money planning your wedding!
You’ve just got engaged. You are a Type A personality through and through. You’ve printed all the lists, diligently put your bridal binder together, read all of the books and you are ready to be wed. So- you don’t need a planner, right? Wrong! And I’ll tell you why.
When you are a bride, it’s so easy to get overwhelmed and lean on your ladies for help, support and a shoulder to cry on. But remember that these girls are your friends and favorite people in the world and you need to treat them as such. Even the most un-bridezilla of brides can not realize the stress they are putting on their bridesmaids. So here are some things to consider when you are a bride with bridesmaids.
Planning a wedding is hard work, but something that will make everything easier in the long run will be to have a system that will keep you organized throughout the process. Here are a few steps that I used for planning my own wedding that worked really well for me.
Being engaged is such an amazing time in your lives for so many reasons. The most obvious is that you are getting to marry the person of your dreams! The love and support from friends and family, outpouring from every direction is also so wonderful, and sometimes overwhelming. Plus- you get to throw this big huge party and look like a princess without feeling ridiculous. Well- ok, while only feeling slightly ridiculous.
Mason jar aisle.
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