Planning a wedding can be super stressful and overwhelming on its own, but even more so if you already lead a busy lifestyle. But you already know that ;-) The good news is that there are ways to keep your wedding planning simple. But there’s a catch: you have to fight complexity. And it’s … [Read more...] about 5 Ways to Simplify Wedding Planning
Sometimes wedding plans come to a halt - that's why I'm writing about how to get unstuck, how to keep your partner from stalling during wedding planning, and how to keep the momentum going. Tell me if this sounds familiar … You’re planning to book a wedding vendor - let’s say, a caterer. … [Read more...] about Get Unstuck: How to Keep Your Partner from Stalling During Wedding Planning
I love credit cards so much that I use them to pay for virtually everything - including my wedding. Today I’m writing all about the smart way to use a credit card to pay for wedding expenses. … [Read more...] about Use a Credit Card to Pay for Wedding Expenses
If you’ve created your wedding budget and your savings plan, you might have noticed that a big chunk of your wedding budget is likely being funded by you and your partner’s paychecks. In today’s article, I’m offering simple but effective tips to help you stay on track with your monthly wedding … [Read more...] about Saving Money For Your Wedding Automatically
I’ve written a lot about how to pay for your wedding - including how to create a budget, whether or not to incur debt, tracking expenses, etc. Well, today I’m writing a case study about how Luis and I paid for our wedding - including our actual numbers. In this article, you’ll learn the exact … [Read more...] about How We Paid for Our Wedding: A Case Study
If you’ve read my posts about how to choose a wedding date and how to create a wedding budget you’ve probably noticed that there’s a pretty strong link between those two decisions: wedding date and wedding budget. For example, the sooner the wedding date, the less time you have to save money … [Read more...] about Wedding Date vs. Wedding Budget: Which Decision Comes First?