An occasional series on ways to save big money on your big day.
You owe your bridesmaids and your groomsmen. They are your friends, brothers, sisters, and siblings-in-law, and you couldnt have done this whole wedding thing without them. Give them something good in return.
No blue in your bouquet or color scheme? No worries. Pick a detail that reflects your personality and aesthetic and get suggestions from our guide, like this blue bird cake topper.
The average couple spends a staggering $1,819 on wedding flowers today. To slash costs, brides are ordering and arranging bulk blooms from websites and local vendors. Even brides who don't have the time or extra hands to do their own flowers are looking for ways to save money on professional arrangements.
What's a fashion-forward yet budget-conscious bride to do? You can elbow through the racks and crowds at wedding superstore David's Bridal for a dress and be done with it. Or, you can research and shop around to find your fantasy dress - without going way over your budget. Check out these money-saving ideas.
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Once you figure out when and where you'll throw the wedding of your dreams, you should let your family and friends in on the particulars. That's where save-the-date cards come in.
Beat the economy and see 10 ways to save on your big day without sacrificing your dream wedding.
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