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Saturday, July 14, 2012

Best Way to Save When Planning Your Wedding


My best friend is getting married next week. This was particularly tough to plan as she scheduled her wedding on a Monday, and worse, out-of-town. But I love her dearly and I am ready to take two days off work to share her special moment with her. 

Girls Black Empire Waist Dress With Sheer Tulle
Girl's Black Empire Waist Dress With Sheer Tulle with Champaign Lining
List Price: $65.00 
Our Price: $39.95 
You save $25.05!  


  • Champagne satin dress in an empire cut
  • Black sheer tulle with floral designs
  • Available in girls' size 2 to 12
Sheer tulle is so in! 



As I sat down with her to iron out last minute wedding details, I was so surprised at how well and how cost-effective her wedding plans came out. Here are some tips she shared with me:

Girls Rose Organza Flower Girl Dress with Floral Accent
Girl's Rose Organza Flower Girl Dress with Floral Accent
List Price: $75.00 
Our Price: $39.99 
You save $35.01!  


  • organza sleeveless dress with natural shirring
  • ruffled finish
  • Other pretty colors are available
  • Size available 2-12
Perfect for weddings! 




  • She bought her dresses in bulk. She sourced her wedding, bridesmaids and flower girl dresses from one supplier. She also ordered in advance as to avoid rush fees. This also ironed out the stress of the outfits early on. She received her dresses a month before her wedding and sent them out with plenty of time to spare.
  • She scheduled her wedding on a Monday afternoon. Weekday weddings are usually less expensive because people normally book weekends for special occasions. It's like getting an off-peak rate from your suppliers and caterer. 
  • Even if her wedding was out-of-town, she didn't spend a fortune on hotel room accommodations. She opted to rent a house nearby the wedding venue that was big enough to house her, her family, and a few guests.
  • She asked a relative with a good eye for photos to be her official photographer. And then she bought several disposable cameras so that all of the guests can take snapshots of her big day. It's a small wedding of about 50 people, but that means you get at least 12 unique shots from each guest.


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