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We know. Not only is it tricky business to figure out your wedding budget, it’s perhaps even more difficult to stick to it. Not to fear, WeddingWire is here! In our latest SpringBook, we’ve rounded up our top budget advice to help alleviate your stress and enjoy the planning process. From tips from expert planners to money-saving advice for your honeymoon, even ways to help your bridesmaids save money, there lots to learn!
Creating a timeline, or schedule, for your wedding day is one of the most important final steps of wedding planning. It can be a bit tedious (wedding planners can be excellent at helping you through the process), but WeddingWire is here to help! Check out this article in our brand-new SpringBook to learn more about working out your wedding-day timeline and then use our new timeline generator to create your own!
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Introducing WeddingWire’s Spring 2015 e-magazine, hot off the (e-)presses and brimming with expert advice, fresh ideas, and pretty inspiration you won’t want to miss. Flip through four stunning real weddings, including cover couple Ifraj and Alfred‘s sophisticated DC museum soiree and Kelsey and Noah’s celebration against a cherry blossom backdrop. Read up on tips for creating your wedding day timeline, sticking to your budget, and determining which registry type suits you best. Take a peek at some of the country’s most scenic venues, get insight on the anatomy of a wedding bouquet, and get crafty with 17 clever ways to dress up a favor box. Plus, be sure to check out our bridesmaid guide, which covers everything from bachelorettes to thank-you gifts and lots more. Happy reading!
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Your groomsmen are important people to rely on throughout the wedding planning process—from throwing the bachelor party to assisting on the big day. While it’s okay to ask them to handle certain things for you, it’s important that you don’t abuse your power. Treat your groomsmen with respect and you’ll find that your friendships are even stronger after the wedding than they were before. Check out this list of things you shouldn’t say to your groomsmen.
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Adding a signature cocktail to your bar menu can add a fun personal touch to your big day. But if you don’t have a favorite drink, how do you choose your wedding cocktail? We asked bartending experts from around the country to share the most popular drinks they’re serving these days—let these ideas inspire you!