Alaskan lifestyle blogger, Cris Stone, shares her tips and suggestions on packing for 7 days in Greece. Find out more!
San Antonio lifestyle blogger, Cris Stone, shares several ways to handle a wedding processional with multiple escorts. Find out more!
Texas Blogger, Kiss My Tulle, is sharing advice regarding the first bit of your wedding’s stationery: the save-the-dates. Common save-the-date answers.
Cooking. It’s one of those things that you either LOVE or you really don’t enjoy it. For me, cooking is something that I like to do for my family but I’m not one of those people who is over here inventing recipes everyday. So, if you look in my kitchen, you won’t find a bunch of gadgets or specialized kitchen tools – what you’ll find is a selection of high quality, well-designed items that work great. I always look for versatility in my kitchen tools and really need ones that can do multiple jobs really well. Because, when it boils down to it, here’s the top 12 items you actually need for your kitchen:
The wedding registry. For some, it’s a fantastically fun experience and for others, it’s a difficult chore. Traditionally, wedding registries are comprised of a mountain of fancy kitchen gadgets and formal dining pieces. And that’s awesome – if you’re into that kind of thing. But what about the rest of us? The one’s who enjoy cooking but are just learning or who don’t try out every trend. What about those of us who like having friends over for yummy food but aren’t formal? Well, you CAN have that kind of registry. It’s yours so why not pick out exactly what you just know you’ll use and enjoy? From simple flatware to investing in quality cookware – you should get what you will need for your new kitchen. Don’t believe me? Here’s why I think even beginner cooks will love having the Braun MQ777 MultiQuick 7 hand blender on their Bloomgingdales.com wedding registry!
One of the easiest ways to save money on your wedding is to buy your wedding gown at a discount. For our wedding,I was able to get my wedding dress for free! Remember, a wedding is ONE DAY, unless you plan on donating your gown afterwards for a tax deduction, there’s really no point in dropping a ton of cash on one dress (and, NO, your daughter will not want to wear your dress – did you want to wear your mom’s)? Also, if you’re a larger lovely (like me), trying on wedding gowns in a store could bring up feelings of insecurity – particularly since very few salons carry sizes in the double digits. So, here are my top 5 places to buy plus-size wedding gowns online:
When I started this blog, my primary goal was to help people save money on their weddings. Since then, I’ve evolved into more of a lifestyle blog but that hasn’t changed my passion for empowering people to have their dream wedding on a budget. You CAN save money on typical wedding bits and pieces and STILL have your dream wedding – it’s all in the details and your level of flexibility. In that spirit, I’ve rounded up my top 100 ways to save on your wedding day:
San Antonio lifestyle blogger, Cris Stone, shares her tips and suggestions on packing for 7 days in Boston. Find out more!
San Antonio lifestyle blogger, Cris Stone, shares her tips and suggestions on packing for 7 days in Stockholm. Find out more!
Everyone wants gorgeous flowers for their wedding. And why not? They’re pretty, smell wonderful, and can make a huge design statement. But! It can be easy to get carried away and let your flower budget spiral out of control. Resist the temptation by using this handy graphic filled with affordable black flowers for your wedding to get amazing blooms within your budget.
One of the hardest parts about planning the honeymoon can be figuring out what the hell you’re going to pack! Often, you’ve never been to the location that you’ll be ‘mooning at and it can be tempting to over plan and over pack. Don’t do it! Save your money and save your sanity by pre-planning your wardrobe and packing a few versatile pieces (thus, saving precious space for shopping!). Here’s my tips and suggestions on packing for 7 days in Anchorage:
Ah, the wedding night! For many, it’s a chance to unwind, gossip, and… well, you know! For those of you hoping to make your wedding night a little more special, I suggest being sure to pack a separate, smaller tote with all the wedding night “necessities” (either on its own or tucked into your luggage) so that when the time comes, you can just grab it and get down to business. To help you out, I’ve created this fun “Married AF” tote and filled it with some bits I think make for a fun wedding night! Seriously, there’s everything you need for your wedding night with this Married AF tote DIY (plus, a bonus wedding night DIY at the end of the post)!