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If you have ever played a game and lost? Well we all know that you can hit the reset button and always redo the game. But not so much in real life, especially when it comes to proposing to the love of your life. Once its done it cant be undone, no re dues, no take backs. So in reality the stakes are set pretty high. Assuming that she says yes, the moment she gets the ring on her finger the news will most likely go viral. From the moment you set foot in the door, to the moment your Read More →

Every women deserves there dream wedding, surrounded by lavish flowers, family, friends and lost of cake. However when it comes down to the actually planning and budgeting for your big day, those dreams of an elegant wedding can soon seem out of reach. Don’t worry though ladies with proper preparation you have still have your dream wedding and save some money in the process. Preparing a budget and sticking with it can be harder then expected and can bring along with it a lot of stress, but before you go breaking your bank, we have gathered the best do it Read More →

5 Ways to Cut Your Wedding Spending in Half Want to make sure you have enough money to pay your electric bill or at least taking a honeymoon without feeling like you have to feed your guest’s catered subway? There is a way to cut the price of your wedding bill almost in half! While planning your wedding you just have to  be strategic and figure out the price of everything and the alternative less expensive prices. For example did you know if you have a wedding on a weekday the whole ceremony can be half the price! Have any Read More →

Wedding Budgets 101 – A Guide for the Newly Engaged This is one of the happiest times of your life. You are in love and now engaged. But don’t get too caught up in everything, you need to think about how you are going to pay for your wedding! Traditionally, the bride’s family covers the cost of the wedding, but more and more groom’s families are choosing to help out, too. You will need to talk to both sides of the family individually to figure out who will be paying for what. Your budget will be the combination of what Read More →