We all have budgets. My husband and I do as well, both in business and for our personal lives. I know what it is like to throw a wedding within a budget, and we all hear that word come up when planning an event. We may have different $$$ signs that we need to keep an eye on, some larger than others, and we all have different ideas of what is most important. I want to encourage all brides to use their resources and talents, and think out of the box when it comes to planning the small and large details. It can be overwhelming at times, but there are SO many amazing online sites out there to help. I will never take anything back about my wedding day, but I sure think it would have been cool to know about some of the bloggers out there.
I was digging around for some personal info and came across this little nugget: http://www.daveramsey.com/article/planning-your-wedding-on-a-budget/lifeandmoney_relationshipsandmoney/ that talks about one option of how to plan a wedding on a budget. Not to mention, that there are many wonderful DIY sites out there and “real wedding” blogs that allow you to see some DIY projects in use. Maybe these can help your creative juices flow…and save you a buck or two? Here are some of my favorites:
Enjoy! And, Happy Monday!
I’m looking for some pricing information on your wedding packages. Our daughter is getting married on either Nov 6th or Nov14th. Do you have availability either of those days?
The wedding will be down off of Abernathy with the reception to follow at 7:30pm-10:30pm. We are deciding between Venue 92 and the Roswell Historic Cottage.
We would need about 6 hours of your time.
I look forward to hearing from you.