Time is valuable. We all only have so much time. Not just in a day, but in our life. So when you’re strapped for time already and planning your wedding seems to be sucking any free time you had… time becomes even more valuable. And any way you can save time, can be a lifesaver.
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Q: I don’t have a big budget and one area in particular that I’m struggling with is photography. I can’t seem to find a good wedding photographer for what I’m able to spend. I told my friend this and she told me that she hired a non-wedding photographer for her wedding. She found him on
There is so much that goes into planning a wedding. So many vendors, details and logistics. When you get engaged, married couples will share the little tips they found helpful. Like making sure to have some kleenex on you during the ceremony. Or why doing a first look is so helpful for a schedule. Where
So, what am I gonna wear? It’s a question you ask yourself every day. As you stand in front of your closet. Or while you brush your teeth. Or hurriedly grab a cup of coffee. Whether you like your clothes or not, you pick something, throw it on and head out the door. You work
Q: So, I’m stuck. I’m working on my wedding flowers and I don’t know what to do. I really want this super full centerpiece because I think it’s just going to look amazing. But it’s expensive. It’s more than I wanted to spend. There is a second option which is smaller and fits my budget
So there is a lot you have do for your wedding. Finding your wedding vendors, coming up with your design, figuring out the logistics, managing your wedding party and of course, creating your wedding schedule. All of it can be difficult, but your schedule is one of the trickiest. Why? Because it will dictate how
You’ve got a wedding budget you’re trying to stick to. And while you don’t want things to be cheap, you’re doing what you can to cut costs where you can. Buying things on sale… Capitalizing on package deals… Negotiating when it makes sense… But, there are 2 easy wedding budget hacks you’re probably not using
How can you tell if a wedding vendor is good? You can interview them, meet them in person and get to know them… You can research them and check out their reviews and portfolio… And you can talk to past clients and see what their experience was like. But, unless you can actually take them
Q: My wedding budget is pretty small and so I’m trying to find ways to cut costs. I’ve been hearing from a lot of people that I should tell vendors that I’m throwing a birthday party instead of wedding. Because they say that vendors up-charge when they hear the word wedding. While I get it,
Valentine’s day is the holiday of love. But, with that love also comes money. Flowers, chocolate, jewelry, fancy dinners and so much more. And let’s be honest, many times Valentine’s day can get pretty pricey while also being pretty darn disappointing. Prices are higher for an ok looking bouquet which means that the really nice