Every engaged gal fears being called the B-word. You know which one I’m talking about. When you’re planning your wedding and things aren’t going quite as you thought they would, it’s actually not all that difficult to slip into the role of a bridezilla. We’ve all been there a time or two and it’s not pretty. I get that planning a wedding can be incredibly stressful. Really, I do! But that doesn’t give you the right to be a crazy person. Instead, try doing these 6 things to be a kind,…Continue
One Arizona couple is thankful that no one was injured after a nearby fire almost shut down their wedding reception.
Extreme heat caused a fire to erupt at a nearby apartment building under construction, causing massive clouds of billowing smoke to loom overhead while J.T. and Carly Morrissey had their first dance at wedding venue, Shenandoah Mill, in Gilbert, Arizona.
THE BIGGEST COST
The reception is the biggest cost, and the time of year in which you set your date will greatly impact prices set by wedding halls. September and June are the most popular months and the most costly. You'll get a price break if you get married from November through April — as long as it's not on Valentine's Day or during Christmas week. Also, Saturday nights are the most popular and the most expensive. Consider a day wedding or a less-common day of the week. The type…Continue
It’s crunch time, and it’s well known that most stress caused by a wedding is directly related to the amount of dough coming out of your pockets! Everyone wants to have a unique, memorable wedding, without breaking the bank.That being said, I interviewed our real brides and asked them about their best budget tricks they used for their big day. I also reached out to several wedding vendor friends to get their inside scoop on how to meet your target wedding budget.Here are eleven of the best…Continue