Frugal Bride

July 17, 2009 at 5:09 pm Leave a comment

Wedding.  Just the sound of that word strikes fear into the pocket books of brides-and grooms-to-be.  The average cost of a US wedding is $20,000.  OUCH!

I am getting married in less than 3 months.  My DF (Dear Fiance) and I are planning and paying for everything on our own.  There is no way we could afford to spend $20,000 for one day.  Even if we had that much money at our disposal, I would not want to spend that much on one party.  We are planning our wedding for a total budget of only $4,000.  Our guest list is currently over 400 people.  How will we do this on such a small budget?  Stay tuned to the Frugal Bride series to find out more.  You can locate all of the frugal bride posts by the tags on each post.

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Coupon Terms

BOGO = Buy one, get one (usually buy one get one free).

EB = Extra Bucks. Use these like cash at CVS.

IP = Internet Printable coupon.

IVC = Instant Value Coupon. These are at Walgreens

MIR = Mail in Rebate

OOP = Out of Pocket

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WYB = when you buy

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