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Started Jul 27, 2009

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Happily Ever After starts with a proposal and ends by finding a planner that is right for you, who will work within your budget, and who will deliver the magic you've been dreaming of all your life. Have a day like no one else's.

Everyone can afford a wedding planner. Weddings should be a time of celebration, not stress. A Wedding Planner will help you to design and develop your vision for the day, and they have the contacts and the organizational skills to make your vision a reality without breaking the bank.

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Floral Stamina - Flowers as an Investment

So, last week I blogged about centrepieces I donated to the Canadian Mental Health Association of Peel's Annual General Meeting. I was able to bring some of the centrepieces home with me so that I could conduct a bit of an experiment on floral longevity. The purpose, to bring you the results, and to help you make more informed decisions about your choice in florist, and to help you see your floral pieces as an investment, the way they should be.



When I got married, I chose a local… Continue

Posted on July 1, 2009 at 10:26am

Flowers, Flowers, Flowers

Hi All,

We had the pleasure of supplying all the centrepieces for a meeting held last night by the Canadian Mental Health Association for Peel Region.



Got lots of great feedback on the spot last night, and wanted to share with you the results. This was on a pretty reasonable and tight budget (27 arrangements - large and small - under $1000), and I don't think they gave a "budget friendly" impression at all.



Check out my :BLOG: at www.budgetwisebride.blogspot.com to… Continue

Posted on June 24, 2009 at 9:22am

Last Minute Weddings for Less!

So, I'm really interested lately in how the economy is affecting the wedding industry from a number of fronts - most of all of course, I'm interested in knowing how to continually maximize dollar values for my clients. In that vein, and given I guess that June is wedding month almost everywhere in North America, I'm finding plenty of information on how to host a fabulous wedding with less. While I don't believe that there is a grand conspiracy to make weddings as expensive as they can (cuz I've… Continue

Posted on June 19, 2009 at 2:29pm

Walmart of Weddings is Thriving!

I found an article on MSN yesterday - and found it incredibly interesting. I've posted the article and a short editorial commentary on my blog!

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Happy Reading!

Posted on June 18, 2009 at 8:32am — 1 Comment

Destination Weddings at Home?

My brother and his fiancé are in the process of getting a grip on what they want for their wedding, and with budget issues first and foremost in their minds, they are seriously considering a destination wedding. When he told me over the phone that he figured they could get away with a $5000 wedding that way, I tried to remind him that there would be additional costs still in doing this. That yes, you could do it for $5000, but you also have to factor in attire, jewellery, guest favours, and… Continue

Posted on May 28, 2009 at 5:32pm

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At 10:20pm on June 8, 2009, Sara Valor said…
Hello Budget Wise Bride, I am curious to your collaboration proposal, how may I contact you? Thanks!
At 8:09pm on June 8, 2009, Christine Dyer said…
CONGRATS! You have become a Spotlight Member and are listed on our homepage. Thank you for being such an active Member of our community. - Christine
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At 6:39pm on April 27, 2009, Christine Dyer said…
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