Frequently Asked Questions: Wedding Budgeting

For many brides-to-be, budgeting is the most tedious and unfriendly part of planning there big day. It can arouse confusion and questions that would otherwise never get answered. To help, here are some common budgeting questions along with advice to help get you through.

My parents/future in-laws/godparents are contributing financially. Do they get a say in how I spend the money?
Yes. While some parents or guardians will be more hands-off, trusting your taste and capabilities, others want to be … Read More

Budgeting Bride: How to Pay For Your Wedding

No one wants to think about the dollar signs you’re about to throw down when you’re planning your wedding. Keep in mind that you don’t want to have your heart broken due to lopsided finances. Keep these tips in mind while creating your budget.

“Her parents will foot the bill.” Not anymore. With the average age of those getting hitched has risen, so has the likelihood that these couples will take on the challenge of paying for their wedding themselves. … Read More

FAQ of Registering for Your Wedding

Registering for your wedding is a highlight for many newly engaged couples. The idea of going to multiple stores with a handheld scanner for choose items to their hearts content really makes the wedding planning all that much more exciting. But it’s not all about clicking and sharing, so here are a few frequently asked questions for registering during your planning process.

 What are the benefits of registering online versus in a brick-and-mortar store?

Registering online is easy for both … Read More

Your Wedding Calendar

Ask any wedding guru what the most crucial point to wedding planning is and you’re bound to get an overwhelming majority: planning your calendar. With the average engagement lasting 15 months, use my guide to help in creating your own wedding-day action plan.

Fifteen to Nine Months.

  • Create a wedding binder with anything that inspires you.
  • Work out those kinks in your budget. Find out how much you can spend.
  • Put together your wedding party.
  • Create a mock-guest list to
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How to Plan Your Wedding: Making Your Timeline

The holidays are the number one time for engagements and now that the whirlwind of family get-togethers, dinner parties, and gift wrapping are over, you can now concentrate on the next big thing on your list: your wedding. Planning a wedding is hard and can be overwhelming but let us not forget that millions of people manage to do it every year. How do they do it? First they make their timeline.

When making your wedding timeline, you should ask … Read More

Light Up Your Spirits: Holiday Lighting

Now, more than ever, is the time to find new holiday lighting. Whereas most people are looking for something new to add to the collections, others are just beginning their holiday decoration collection. From string lights to light up snow globes, I’ve chosen three of some of the hottest lighting trends–some can even work double duty as decoration all year round.

Colored Fire. I have yet to meet someone who doesn’t love a roaring fireplace in the wintertime. Not only … Read More

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