The average wedding costs approximately $30,000. But is it possible to have a beautiful wedding on a budget? Yes! Here’s how my friend was able to pull it off her dream wedding for $10,073 without settling for less. Here’s how one woman cut her wedding budget – and couldn’t have been happier with the results.
Jewelry stores at the mall sell engagement rings that look like what everyone else has. But you want something one-of-a-kind. Or something vintage. Maybe something a little different, just like you. But you’re on a budget and want to look at inexpensive jewelry in your price range. It’s confusing – what’s all this business about cut, color, clarity, and carat? Are prices and styles for platinum, gold,
From the day I got engaged until I walked down the aisle last July was 10 weeks–two and a half months. We had little time and an even littler budget – less than $5,000, a quarter of the national average – for the whole dress-rings-flowers-food-honeymoon she-bang. At the end of those 10 weeks I had the wedding of my dreams: an outdoor affair brimming with beautiful wildflowers, a long strapless gown, all my loved ones together and a weeklong honeymoon in the woods. How’d we do it? Let me share some of my best tips about how we planned and pulled off our wedding: http://www.bargainbabe.com
Here’s one way to lower your wedding costs: go on a road trip instead. Jaime Case and Chris Hodges, a 30-something couple from San Francisco, dreamed of a destination wedding in Mexico but they couldn’t stomach asking their guests to spend $3,ooo apiece to celebrate with them. Instead, they are bringing the wedding to their guests. I spoke to Jaime on week three of the six-week pre-marital adventure. http://www.bargainbabe.com