You want your wedding guests to remember your big day as more than just another boring wedding. The good news is that you don’t have to spend a fortune to make your wedding memorable. Here are some little things that make a big impression for little or no money.
Children are a joy. Just ask any parent. But many couples prefer a wedding reception free of tiny hands, feet and voices. How do you tell your guests that they’ll need to leave the kids with a babysitter? Here are a few strategies.
Many couples have told us they regretted their decision to let a family member, or friend of the family, be their wedding DJ. It turned out that he wasn’t very good; and since he did the wedding for little or no money, they couldn’t complain or ask for their money back. Before you consider entrusting the success of your reception to an amateur, consider these important factors.
No one can offer you better wedding planning advice than someone who’s been through it, and knows what worked and what didn’t. Here are some words to the wise from newlyweds themselves.
There’s a lot of do-it-yourself in a wedding, even when you have an expensive planner and a full-service decorator and caterer. Here’s what you’ll have to take to your wedding reception, and what you’ll have to take home when it’s over. Now is the time to start assigning people to those challenging logistical tasks.
Not everyone has enough money to throw a wedding like the British royal family and dazzle all of the guests. But your wedding can be just as memorable. It’s all in the way you share your personal love story. Here’s how.