No one can deny that weddings are expensive. Even if a couple saves for months - or even years, unexpected expenses may ruin their budget in a hurry.
My advice: save MORE money than you think you will need. If you have some cash left over after your big day, use it for something else you both might want, such as a down payment on a new car!
My other piece of advice: watch out for all of the "extras" that inevitably pop up. These seemingly inexpensive additions can do some serious damage. Listed below are a few examples of the
Lori Sciame October 23rd, 2014Not every couple is blessed with a creative streak; therefore, tackling decorative DIY projects for the reception can be downright scary. The great news: some crafts take hardly any artistic talent at all. That does not mean, however, that the resulting product will not wow your guests. Be brave.
Voltaire famously said, "Poetry is the music of the soul, and, above all, of great and feeling souls," so when you plan your wedding, you'll probably want to include a poem or two to capture the eternal love that you and your betrothed share. In addition to the Bible, these poignant poems and sonnets by literary luminaries such as Shakespeare, Khalil Gibran, Margaret Atwood, Robert Burns and Paul Dunbar