Cheap tux rentals aren’t always easy to come by. Let this list of tips and tricks help you find an affordable way to make a statement on your guy’s big day. Get the Groom’s Tux Free Lots of men’s formal wear stores, like Men’s Warehouse and Joseph A Banks, offer a free tux rental to … Read more
Looking for wedding venues in Charlotte NC? This top 10 list will get you started. Includes: historic chapels, park pavilions, greenways, urban buildings and even pop-up weddings! I’ve JUST created a new resource for download to accompany this cheap Charlotte wedding venues post. It’s the 117 Top Charlotte Wedding Venues. Get everything you need to find the … Read more
This month I shared some cheap wedding tips for college students in Cliq Magazine. Click here to browse the issue, then check out my feature on page 30!
Dudes, if you’re tired of your girl stressing over planning the wedding – just plan it yourself! This man planned an entire surprise wedding for his fiancee with all the things she wanted on her wedding day as a way to redeem himself from a botched proposal. Here’s an article and a lovely video about … Read more
Whether or not you have credit card debt, it will be worth the time and energy to pay cash for your wedding expenses. Once you have set a budget for your wedding, calculate how much money you’ll need to put toward the wedding each month by dividing that number by the number of months until … Read more
“I skipped on having my hair and makeup done. One of my girlfriends is great at hair, and she did mine on my wedding day. This saved money and time because we had no appointments to rush to. Instead of paying someone to do my makeup, I took that money and just bought new makeup … Read more
A tip is a monetary thank-you for a job well done. It’s not mandatory, but it sure is appreciated. Some wedding vendors will already factor in tips for themselves and their support staff—make sure you find out up-front if this is included. Ask your wedding coordinator (or whomever is helping plan the events of the … Read more
“Lots of people I know blow $700 (average) to $1,000-plus on their wedding dresses—a dress that looks surprisingly like everyone else’s who had a wedding that particular year. I’m having my dress made. The material cost $100, and my dressmaker said she’d make it for $100, so for $200 I’m having a nontraditional, black velvet … Read more