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8 Ways to Show Your Love While Planning a Wedding

Posted by Caitlin on Feb 13, 2014

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Photo: Dani Leigh Photography

Your engagement is one of the most romantic times of you life with each other! Why not show your love this Valentine’s Day by recreating your first date, taking dance lessons, and checking off items on your wedding to-do list? Remember it’s all about compromise, even if you don’t always agree.

How to Create a Wedding Budget

Posted by Caitlin on Feb 12, 2014

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Photo: Amy E Photography

It may not be the funnest part of wedding planning, but a budget is essential. Talk to your significant other to figure out what’s important (and who’s contributing), whether that be a specific season, venue, guest count, or even food and entertainment. It’s okay to have one or two splurges, don’t worry! After you’ve prioritized, keep in mind you’ll receive a FREE budget tool to track spending, set up payment schedules, and redistribute funds.

Want even more tips and advice about starting to plan your wedding? Visit WeddingWire’s 5-Step Planning Guide!

 

 

 

16 wedding details every couple forgets but shouldnt, wedding planning ideas and trends etiquette advice

Photo: Hannah Marie Photography

Whether you have months behind you or only days ahead of your wedding planning, there are some important details you must NOT forget! Can you guess what they are? Here are a few: an overnight bag, tip envelopes, pre-ceremony meals, extra stationery, and rain gear. The rest can be found here.

12 Questions Every Couple Gets Tired of Answering

Posted by Caitlin on Feb 07, 2014

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Photo: Natalie Franke Photography

Get ready to start fielding questions — and lots of ‘em — from family and friends after you get engaged. Beware: some may be easy, some may be hard, and some may be just plain annoying. Check out our top 12 you’ll likely hear, and our advice on how to respond to each. You’re welcome!

9 Things to Consider to Set Your Wedding Date

Posted by Caitlin on Feb 05, 2014

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Photo: Dea + Bean 

Picking a wedding date isn’t easy. So, before you sit down to look at the calendar with your significant other, consider these nine things: the season, weather, holidays, national or local events, family and friends, other weddings, work schedules, and budget concerns. Phew, that’s a lot! And after you do save-the-date, keep in mind you’ll receive a FREE personalized wedding checklist to help stay organized throughout your planning process.

Want even more tips and advice about starting to plan your wedding? Visit WeddingWire’s 5-Step Planning Guide!

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