Having a hard time making wedding decisions? Perhaps you’ve already made some choices, but can’t help but second-guess your yourself? You’re not alone. The wedding
In this episode, I give you the practical tools for approaching your wedding in an entirely different way so you can:
– Find more enjoyment and ease in the process
– Feel more certain in the decisions you make
– Not feel pressured to do anything you don’t actually want to do
– Design a wedding that truly represents you and your partnership
Whether you have $5,000 or $30,000 you can plan a wedding that feels good to you just by taking the time to think about where you’re at financially and what feels comfortable based on your unique situation.
Forget the wedding blogs that tell you that the average wedding cost is $30,000, let’s explore the things you should consider when setting a budget for your wedding that feels right for YOU!
You’re engaged congratulations!
You’re probably now wondering how the hell you’re going plan this wedding… Where to begin? What is the very first step you should take?
Well read on because the first step to planning your non traditional wedding is probably not what you think!
The Pantone color of the year has been announced does that mean that you should be going and changing all of your bridesmaids dress colors and tablecloths to classic blue?
No this is not that kind of wedding trend video. These are trends for couples who are taking a more non-traditional approach to their weddings and looking for a more intentional and meaningful approach to their celebrations.
For decades, weddings have been caught up in a frenzy of mindless spending as a result of the overwhelming pressure to throw an extravagant affair and one-up your best friend’s wedding.
Now, our generation is making huge shifts by finding ways to include meaningful and charitable aspects into their wedding ceremonies.