Post # 1
On thursday July 2nd my boyfriend became my future husband! Im so excited! He left for korea this morning its going to be a long year having him away from me. But for the next year I have a lot to do mainly I have a wedding to plan. If you have any ideas on how to keep the cost of the wedding dowm please share I need ideas!
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2010 - Tannery Pond at the Darrow School
Congrats on your engagement, so exciting!! I think there’s tons of ideas on both the blog and the boards on keeping the cost of your wedding down…just search your topic…Good luck!
Post # 4
- Wedding: May 2010 - The Pierre Hotel
Congratulations and welcome to the Hive!!
Post # 5
Congratulations! You’re going to have a blast planning. Just browse around and you’ll find lots of helpful, budget friendly ideas!
Post # 8
congratulations!!! there are several military forum for girlfriends/fiances/wives online if you haven’t found some already!
Post # 11
- Wedding: April 2018 - The Grand Old House, Grand Cayman
Congrats! Will you be able to visit him in Korea? I know, obviously you can’t visit in Afghanistan or Iraq, but maybe Korea?
Post # 12
Aw, welcome! I have a friend who spent 2 years in Korea! You can DEFINITELY visit! His FI flew to Korea for Christmas this past year. Save up your vacation time!
Since you’re military…ask for discounts! I saved 10% at Lowes over 4th of July by handing over my ID. Saved $60! And we saved $2 per plate at our reception. Not to mention when you mention you’re military and your FI is deployed, people are compassionate and willing to work with you. We were unable to do 3 mandatory hour long counseling sessions, but when I told them what was going on, they dropped it to one hour (which we could do) and said no problem.
While my husband was deployed, I DIY’d everything. You have the luxury of time so you really can spend a Friday night crafting and savings lots of money!
Post # 13
- Wedding: May 2010 - Carlouel Yacht Club
Congratulations – you are going to find so many helpful topics to aid you in keeping your budget down…its great!