It’s getting chilly out so not as many weddings are happening; this is the time of year where all the weddings are getting planned!
While it’s not a good idea to scrimp costs on things like a wedding photographer (besides being a little biased;), the wedding photographs are one of the only tangible items you get to take from your wedding day) there are plenty of places where you can save money on your wedding expenses. One of the areas that’s perfect for money-saving is on your honeymoon! The good news is if you are adventurous and put in some research effort, you can get away from it all. You can plan a honeymoon that is out of the box but still something you and your new spouse will cherish.
Here are 9 budget-friendly ideas to consider before ruling out a honeymoon altogether…
I’m always tempted to buy strawberries in the winter, that is, until I see how much they cost… Sticking to only the “in season” fruits and vegetables is a great way to save money. Here’s a handy guide to keep you on track all year-round.
What’s your favorite fruit or veggie? I go ape for Gala Apples…
Store e-coupons to your SavingStar account and they’ll automatically get added to your grocery store savings cards. When you’ve saved at least $5, you’ll get paid with a PayPal transfer, bank transfer or with an Amazon.com gift card.
Use the scanner or type or speak your grocery list into the app, and then click coupons that go with your items to save money. You can separate your grocery lists by individual stores. Coupons can be printed to a wi-fi enabled printer directly from the app, or emailed to you to print from a home computer.
Stop buying things you already have at home, or that your partner just picked up on their way home. Ziplist lets you keep track of what you have at home and creates a shared shopping list for the whole family to see from their own phones. You’ll save money by avoiding duplicate purchases.
My friend and ATWS contributor, Sarah Ann Noel, is hosting a Blogger Meet-up and Thanks Giving Party at Snooze on November 14th. If you’re in town and can make it/help out you’ll surely get some good karma headed your way.
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