Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Wedding Wise Wednesdays - June 17th

The biggest wedding month of the year moves on:

The Regulars:

Alfred Angelo Bridals has extended their sale until June 22nd - save up to $300 on wedding dresses, $20 on every bridesmaid dress and 15% on veils and headpieces.


Weddingish
is offering 25% off any online order if you use the code "Passion" at checkout. The store is also hosting the Passion Party at their store in Toluca Lake on Saturady at noon, and seriously, if you get the the chance, you should drop by and check out the store. I bought a jewel-encrusted cake cutter set there last week, and one of the prettiest ring pillowyou've ever seen. I'm a fan.

Four Uses for a Paper Bouquet:

I still have my wedding bouquet. It's made up of Black Magic Roses, I dried it myself, and even though it's a little dusty,it still looks great. The Etsy store Paper-Platypus has some ideas about long-lasting flowers themselves - paper kits. Put them together as a group activity at your bridal shower, use it during the rehearsal, heck, use them during the wedding, OR, use it as the throw bouquet. Paper-Platypus has a variety of colors and styles ranging from $18.00 to $49, and they're all very pretty, actually.

We Interrupt This Post for a Cool Inexpensive Wedding


Green Wedding Shoes posted "Wedding Reception on Twitter". Kate and Will started their wedding in San Francisco with what looks like about 20 guests at a couple of street food carts (creme brulee YUM!) and then walked down the street to a park and had a beautiful twilight ceremony. After my own heart, I tell you.

The San Fernando Valley is Full of Bargains:

Price-Less Bridals is having a great sale, too, very pretty dresses ranging in price from $250-600.

I love the smell of saving money on wedding planning. It smells like...vanilla frosting. Speaking of which, if you sign up for next month's Recession Bride's Workshop from now until June 25th, you can save $10 by entering the code "WedCharmEarly" at checkout. You want to save money? I'll show you how to save money!
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