Today, I’m offering 5 suggestions on how to save money on the wedding reception bar tab!
I got today’s post topic as a request from someone who follows me on Twitter (you are too, right? Because y’all – I’m funny. I will be your everything.). Anyhoo, I was asked to come up with a bunch of potential gifts for the groomsmen (’cause the groom was kinda slackin’ in that department and time was of the essence). So I decided to channel my dudeness, put one some of The Boy’s undies, and came up with this mini round-up (all for under $30):
Nearly every day, I get an email asking me about my experience DIY catering our Texas wedding. What did we serve? How did we do it? Was it something anyone could do? My answer? YES. You can DIY cater your own wedding reception IF you are flexible and have realistic expectations. Read my post on how we did it and, if you’re up for it, I’ve got some recipes for a chic cocktails and hor d’oeuvres reception for your downloadable pleasure (click on each image for its download):
In today’s 5 for 5, I’m offering suggestions on how to save money on wedding catering (On the 5th day of every month, I share a downloadable infographic with my Top Five Budget Tips for a specific facet of wedding planning).
I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about how The Boy and I DIY catered our wedding reception. Don’t worry, there’s a post coming on that! I’ll slip you a few tips now – keep it simple, prepwork is a must, and finger foods are best. With that in mind, here’s some suggestions for a drinks and nibbles wedding reception menu that you (and many loved ones) can cater yourselves.
Romance is the ultimate goal of any great honeymoon; but a romantic honeymoon can look dramatically different from one couple to the next. Some couples prefer lying on the beach sipping cocktails together while others prefer sightseeing through European cities side by side. No matter what your honeymoon preferences, Honeymoon Pixie’s eight secrets will help make your honeymoon even more romantic and memorable:
Planning hen parties aren’t as easy as you think (although admittedly they aren’t as tricky as weddings however they can come pretty close!) For example you need to think about things like, How many hens will be going? Where do…