Tag Archives: Weddings

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 →

Being invited to a wedding is an exciting feeling, but then comes the anxiety of buying the perfect gift. If you are the type of person that rarely goes to weddings unless it is immediate family or good friends then you probably are on the fence of what is considered “acceptable” as a gift. The main thing to remember is that you were invited to their wedding! You are being treated like a true guest of honor because lets be honest it is not cheap to host an event! The budget should only come in to play if you really Read More →

Man Shells out 45k on Engagement Proposal Would you spend $45,000 on proposing to your girlfriend? Would you plan a secret getaway and zip off in a vintage car, all just for a simple yes to the most quoted question “Will you Marry me?” 27 year old romantic, Josh Ogle shelled out over $45,000 on his proposal to his girlfriend Nataliya Lavryshyn. Ogle started off with a traditional date night with Lavryshyn. He surprised her when he got down on one kneww and popped the question. The ring was approximately $21,000, but the proposal didn’t stop there. After Nataliya said Read More →

Sometimes making a wedding more crafty doesn’t necessarily have to do with saving money, it can also be a great way to let the guests become more connected with you on a personal level! Leaving a little bit of yourself in the wedding ceremony and reception is a great way to let guests see how much hard work and detail you put into your wedding! Making place cards out of wire! This is a tricky and grueling task! If you are having a small guest list you should wire everyone’s names and place them according to where they are sitting. Read More →

6 Ways to Make Your Wedding More Affordable Everyone knows that a wedding is one of the most important moments in a couple’s life. The day comes as it goes and breaking the bank for this event can have a tremendous impact after the vows are exchanged. Here are some ways to cut down the prices without completely destroying your wedding ideas and plans! Get Married Outside of Town. If you book a venue that is only 30 minutes away from a big city  you can potentially save thousands of dollars. If you think about it everyone wants to have Read More →

Now that the New Year is upon us, it’s out with the old and in with the new! Forget all of the popular wedding themes and trends of 2012. 2013 is here and it’s time for some fun and exciting new trends for your wedding. Here are just a few of the popular trends we expect to see this year: 6 Wedding Trends of 2013 Patterns and prints. Monograms will always be popular, but couples seem to be drawn to a signature pattern or print in their wedding design now. The pattern can be carried throughout the whole wedding decor, Read More →

Even if you see yourself as a truly traditional bride, there’s still probably at least one wedding ceremony upgrade in this list that you would consider. 10 Old-School Wedding Rules You Can Ditch Your wedding dress should be white. Your dress can still be white or ivory, but don’t be afraid to add a little bit of color with a sash, cardigan, pair of shoes or piece of jewelry. If you’re really feeling brave, you may even consider a champagne, blush or nude dress – these are huge right now, enhancing your ensemble with an understated uniqueness. You have to Read More →

Did you know that December is the most popular month to get engaged? Maybe its just the mistletoe, but proposing during the holidays has caught on big. Here are 4 trends to take into account when considering a holiday engagement. Holiday Engagement Trends A quarter of all women think the proposal is more important than the wedding. The man probably won’t be planning too much of the ceremony so this is a good time for him to make his mark on the marriage. 50 percent of women would rather the money be spent on the ring and not the proposal. Read More →

It’s easy to get carried away once you decide that you’re going to have a winter wonderland themed wedding. You want your wedding to be classic and glamorous, not tacky and distasteful. Here are a few ideas to help you have a gorgeous and memorable winter wedding. How to Put Together a Winter Wonderland Wedding Attire for Your Winter Wedding Winter themed weddings should have an elegant feel to them, so think Hollywood: the groom in tails, and the bride in a white long silk dress with diamond jewelry gracing her body. Many brides  opt for a strapless dress, but Read More →