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2009-08-21 07:20
For those trying to save as much money as possible for a wedding, try taking surveys online. I definitely recommend MySurvey.com. You don't make fast money, but you can potentially make ov… Read More
2009-06-26 16:50
There are several great ways on raising money for your wedding:1. Do a sponsored wedding. Ask vendors for free services/products in exchange for advertising at your wedding; either along wi… Read More
2009-06-24 02:28
Project Wedding is a great website that has a community forum with a wide variety of topics that brides-to-be can read through for advice in preparation for their Wedding Day! It also posts… Read More
2009-06-24 02:28
Project Wedding is a great website that has a community forum with a wide variety of topics that brides-to-be can read through for advice in preparation for their Wedding Day! It also posts… Read More
2009-06-24 00:30
1. Have your wedding day in the "off season", between November-March.2. Have it on a Sunday or weekday evening.3. Limit your guest list.4. Have a backyard garden wedding. Reception/venu… Read More
2009-06-24 00:05
1. Cheesecake from Elegant Cheesecakes.2. Cookies in a nice box at Harvard Sweet Boutique.3. Cupcake Tier4. A cookie tree.5. Edible bouquet made from fruit.6. Chocolate covered strawbe… Read More
2009-06-24 00:05
1. Cheesecake from Elegant Cheesecakes.2. Cookies in a nice box at Harvard Sweet Boutique.3. Cupcake Tier4. A cookie tree.5. Edible bouquet made from fruit.6. Chocolate covered strawbe… Read More
2009-06-22 03:59
Ways to trim the cost of your wedding:1. Have your wedding day in off-season or not on a Saturday. Instead of Spring and Summer how about Fall? Instead of Saturday, have your wedding day o… Read More
2009-06-22 03:35
With the average American wedding costing on average $28,000 a year, ever thought of having sponsors pay for part of the bill? I'm sure this takes a lot of patience and a lot of your time t… Read More
2009-06-22 03:01
1. You and your partner should start setting aside a portion of your paycheck.2. Set aside a coin jar that you both can drop your loose change in.3. Open up a high-yielding savings accoun… Read More

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