Big Ideas, Tiny Budget?

When you’re planning your big day, you know how important it is to have everything “just so.” After all, it’s one of the most important occasions of your entire life, and you want to make sure that everything is absolutely spot on. Almost every little grows up wanting to feel like a princess on such a special day! Your nuptials are a once in a lifetime experience, one to treasure and remember for the rest of your life. The man of your dreams has proposed, you’ve said yes, and now you’re looking forward to getting that dress on, and walking down the aisle. Of course, you want everything to be wonderful, who wouldn’t?


But, it’s all easier than said than done. Wedding planning is a lot of hard work, and you’ll find there may be plenty of tears along the way. What can make it more difficult, though, is if you’re suffering from a severe lack of cash flow. Getting married does not come cheap, that’s for sure! But don’t despair. Just because you’re not rolling in it, doesn’t mean that you’re going to have to make sacrifices. Yes, you may have to be a little flexible and take one or two compromises, but let’s face it, that’s life. Nothing comes easy, and even if you had all the money in the world, it’s not going to guarantee that things go to plan. It may make things easier, but ultimately, what will be will be.

Mother Of The Bride? Read These Top Wedding Planning Tips

Image via Flickr.
Image via Flickr.

Seeing your daughter get married is one of the most incredible moments you will ever witness. So naturally you want to make it as special as you can for her. It can be difficult to know how much help and involvement she would like during the planning stages. In the past, the Mother of the bride has set duties and responsibilities to abide by whereas now the role is often less pressured. It will also vary on how close you are to your daughter. To get yourself prepared and to help out in small but significant ways, use this guide to help.