The Only 3 Books You’ll Need to Plan Your Budget Wedding

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Planning a budget wedding? It can be difficult to find a great resource to help you do the planning on the shelves of your local bookstore. So, here I am, helping y'all out by cutting through the crap and sharing the only 3 books you'll need to plan your budget wedding:

Planning a budget wedding? It can be difficult to find a great resource to help you do the planning on the shelves of your local bookstore. So, here I am, helping y'all out by cutting through the crap and sharing the only 3 books you'll need to plan your budget wedding:

The Only 3 Books You'll Need to Plan Your Budget Wedding

The Broke-Ass Bride's Wedding Guide – Delightfully snarky and filled with useful tips (with tons of examples from real budget weddings), author Dana La Rue delivers the goods with sensible advice and a touch of pottymouth. My favorite bits are the weddings broken down by budget since they give you a real sense of what exactly can be done on a $3,000, $7,000, or $10,000 budget.

A Practical Wedding: Creative Ideas for Planning a Beautiful, Affordable, and Meaningful Celebration – Author Meg Keene offers exactly what's promised in the title – a practical look at getting married. Forget the tips on frosting foam cake forms, this book is more interested in sharing ideas on how to have a lovely wedding where the actual getting married part is the most important thing.

Handmade Weddings: More Than 50 Crafts to Personalize Your Big Day – I loved this book while planning my own wedding and still refer to it for great party tips and ideas. Authors Eunice Moyle, Sabrina Moyle, and Shana Faust deliver page after page of gorgeously photographed wedding crafts sorted by theme. The purchase of the book also includes free downloads for all the projects!

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Any of you use one of these books while planning your wedding?