Hi beauties! Today I am sharing another post in my series The Brides Guide. This one is all about the 12 things real brides have shared that they suggest NOT skimping out on when planning a wedding. Let's face it. Weddings can get expensive. We all have our "wants" but we also need to be realistic. We can't be dropping thousands of dollars on each and every item on our checklist. However! The items listed below are things that each bride recommended you spend the money on rat
photography: http://jessica-lauren.com (if you need a photographer...she's INCREDIBLE) dress: https://www.watters.com/wtoo/wtoo-brides/ Happy Hump Day! I know, I am a little late to the game with my blog series schedule...like, a lot late haha. But that's life! It gets busy and ain't nothing I can do about it! Just kidding, but seriously this last month has been NUTS for real estate. I literally have like 10 closing happening in just this month alone. Last month I had like 5.
Happy Wednesday you beautiful ladies (and gents if you're reading)! Today I am kicking off my new blogging series "The Brides Guide" with why creating a wedding budget is a must. I'll let you in on a little secret. Between Jeremy and I, I was definitely the one who wasn't really thinking of the budget. In my mind, I thought "estimating" would be good enough and that we would be fine. It's our wedding right? We are only doing this sucker once, so let's do what we want! Turns o
I absolutely love weddings and everything about them. Watching two people commit themselves to each other for the rest of their lives is so beautiful and special. Two of my best friends are getting married this year, and I've been invited to two others as well! I can't wait. With all of these upcoming nuptials and being someone who has had a wedding herself, got me thinking I should do a blogging series about weddings! More importantly, how a bride can "survive" and get throu