Vol.1, No.11
Wedding Tips

When to consider eloping

How to have a 100 person wedding for less than 400$

10 practically free wedding favor ideas

Photo Credit: Bart Parren

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The Wedding Tips Issue

 A Letter From The Editor

Formally or informally, couples spend about a year planning for their wedding (sometimes more, rarely less). This can range from fantasies about the ideal wedding to actually booking a location and finding a florist. For something which takes so much time and costs so much, couples need all the help they can get. Each wedding is unique, with unique problems and goals. This issue addresses some of the common (and uncommon) problems couples have to tackle, and gives advice on reducing costs and stress surrounding a wedding. Hopefully the practical first-hand knowledge that our contributors offer will be enough to solve that nagging problem you've been having with your wedding plans.


Patricia Meyer
HappyNews Editor

 Wedding Tips : Table of Contents

» Buying cheap flowers for wedding centerpieces » Eloping vs a family wedding » Do you want to make your own wedding favors? » When to consider eloping » Estimating costs for homemade wedding favors » Free wedding reception entertainment locally » How to find a free wedding location locally » How to have a 100 person wedding for less than 400$ » A wedding without hiring any outside services » Local outdoor wedding location ideas » Planning an entire wedding for less than 400$ » Silk bridal bouquets vs fresh flowers » Transportation from the wedding ceremony to the reception » Wedding planning: cars and transportation » 10 practically free wedding favor ideas » 5 questions to ask your wedding reception hall