I’m not even exaggerating when I say that starting a bullet journal changed my life. It sounds a bit OTT, but it’s true! Before I picked up my first Leuchtturm I would forget when I’d made plans, I was lazy and got next to nothing done in my free time after work. Starting a bullet journal has turned me into a crazy organised person.
Buying a wedding dress, like every other aspect of planning a wedding, is crazy expensive. It’s really incredible that a dress you only plan on wearing once is the most expensive you’ll ever buy, isn’t it?!
Being a bit of a cheapskate myself, I did a fair bit of research on how to save money on buying a wedding dress. It’s really not easy! And don’t get me started on finding nice High Street bridesmaids dresses. It’smnreally true that adding the word ‘wedding’ to anything doubles the price immediately. Eventually, though, I came across some good ideas and thought it would be fun to come up with my own list of the best tips. Here are my top five favourite ways to save money on a wedding dress!. I’ve started with the lowest risk (and arguably lowest saving) and moved on to the high-risk, big bargains stuff!
Can you believe it’s back to school week already? I’ve always loved the fresh start-feel of September, particularly the many trips to buy brand new stationery. Even now I’m way past my school day, I’m still a sucker for notepads and pens. I thought today would be a good day to put together a little round up of some of my favourite pretty stationery finds and resources to brighten up your desk, whether you’re heading back to school, uni or just looking to brighten up your office!
Click to find out where you can buy all of these, and to see a list of my favourite places to buy stationery both on the high street and online…
I love makeup. I love a bargain. Put the two together and I’m a very happy bunny! I’ve picked up a few really great products lately and I really wanted to show them so love, as well as sharing a few of my long-term favourites. Here’s a little round up of some brilliant products that you can get your hands on for less than the cost of lunch!
I don’t think it’s a surprise to anyone that weddings are expensive. Since getting engaged, I think I’ve probably googled ‘how to save money on a wedding’ at least once a week! And there are some really great articles out there, but they all start with the same idea: Don’t have your wedding on a Saturday. They’re right, of course – getting married in the week instead can save you thousands in venue fees. If you can do it, by all means, do!
But what if that’s not possible? What if you can’t get time off in the week, or you don’t feel right asking guests to take holiday to come to your wedding? For us, it really wasn’t an option. My fiancé and I work together, and wouldn’t have been able to have all of our lovely friends from work there on a weekday, and on top of that our chosen venue only does weddings on a Saturday.
Through a bit of research, I’ve managed to source some pretty great ways that you can save money regardless of which day you pick. Hopefully, some of these will be useful to you too!
The grey, blush & copper look is all over Pinterest and it’s showing no signs of disappearing soon! I really love this colour palette – it’s calm, neutral and girly, but without being over the top. In fact, I have this exact theme in our guest bedroom! I thought it would be fun to put together a look on a budget to prove that you don’t need to spend huge amounts of money to give your home a makeover. (more…)