Weddings are expensive. No, seriously. No matter what kind of wedding you have, weddings are expensive. You probably already know this, and that's why you're here. Weddings don't need to break the bank to the point that you have nothing left. In fact, I highly recommend that you hold back and leave something for your actual life together. And if you don't have a lot, you can still have a beautiful wedding. So, if you're a broke bride, this one's for you.

Do you wake up in the morning with no idea what you're supposed to accomplish that day? Do you have so many things you could be working on that you're not sure where to start? When you don't have a teacher or boss to report to, it can be difficult to motivate yourself to do anything. You're not accountable to anyone but yourself really. Sometimes, even if you do have a teacher or a boss, it can still be difficult to motivate yourself when you work from home.

So, I recently got married. It was a wonderful day and totally perfect. It was also soooo much work. Planning a wedding can be difficult and frustrating. So, for those of you who are engaged and have no idea where to start: this post is for you. For the record, this post assumes you are giving yourself a decent amount of time between engagement and wedding. We planned for roughly fourteen months. So, let's plan a wedding.