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It’s time to get hitched! Synonymous with wedding bells are wedding bills. With the average wedding costing over $25,000, it’s no wonder that weddings are such a stressful time.
There are, however, ways to get married for less. My own wedding cost me less than $3,000, and it was beautiful.
That’s why on Femme Frugality, we arm you an arsenal of wedding savings tips. We know from experience it can be done.
The Internet’s Trusted Source for Self-Uniting Wedding Information
Femme Frugality is the internet’s number one source for self-uniting wedding information. Not only do we provide coverage on self-uniting marriages across states, but our coverage also motivated the first atheist, non-clergy wedding in the state of California.
If you want to learn how to get married without an officiant, you’ve come to the right place.
So go ahead. DIY your big day. Just make sure you’re doing it smart on top of doing it yourself.
The Biggest Ways to Cut Your Costs
Other ways to cut your wedding costs are not as convenient as planning in advance. We cover guest lists, alcohol choices, and when you actually tie the knot–and how all of these decisions can save you big bucks.
It won’t be simple–wedding planning never is. But you can have your dream day wedding on a budget. It will be something you’ll and you’re guests will be talking about well into your happily ever after.
Check out these easy and unique ideas for mason jar centerpieces for your wedding. From marbles to lace to chocolate, there's something for everybody!
It happened right before Thanksgiving. I got a card in the mail from a jeweler that had somehow found out I was getting married. Come in to the store and we’ll give you some free earrings, no purchase necessary. All I had to do was come in between Black Friday and Christmas. So I did. Continue Reading »
Thinking about popping the question, but low on cash? You'll want to see these five gorgeous engagement rings under $1,500.
Want to get married without an officiant? California allows for non-clergy weddings (known as self-uniting marriages in other states.) Find out how here.
Hey, party people! I’m in the midst of planning a birthday party, myself, so I was thrilled to have Wendy Dessler write this piece up on saving while entertaining! Whether you’re using a candy table at a birthday party, a wedding or some other social event, you’re going to want to check out these tips. Continue Reading »
Looking for more ways to have your wedding on a budget? Femme Frugality’s been through the ringer more than once. Click the ‘Older Posts’ button above to see more.