November 21, 2008

Money ≠ Happiness

After Andy and I were engaged and the general excitement of the proposal turned into the "practical" matters of planning, I began to research venues online. And then I freaked out. I had yet to talk to my parents, but I knew that I was not going to have an unlimited budget. I also knew that I didn't want my parents to be hurting financially over ONE DAY.

While I was in full freak-out mode, I was looking for advice and inspiration within the anonymity of the glorious blogosphere, and I found A $10,000 Wedding. The author has such a passion for all things wedding, and an obvious commitment to stay under $10K. Especially around the holidays (and hello, major recession) it's really important to remember that money does not equal happiness.


  1. Your wedding was beautiful! You really pulled it off and proved what you're preaching. Everything was perfect, especially for you and Andy, and that's what's important. You did a fabulous job of planning and executing this special day for yourself. Thanks for letting me share it with you once again!

  2. Thanks! It was a lot of fun, and I can't wait to do more! :)