One aspect of a wedding that’s easy to overlook is the rehearsal. Yes, everyone knows to show up, and realizes that they are going to have to pay attention for just a moment. But, for the most part, those in attendance of a wedding rehearsal are mainly looking forward to the dinner. This isn’t wholly unreasonable – the rehearsal itself is mostly just for timing, and determining who stands where. Not the biggest deal.
There are so many little details to the wedding day that can really add up financially. Napkins, assorted decorations and signs add quite a bit more to the bottom line than you may have intended. The obvious answer is to DIY some of these items, but we don’t always have the necessary skills to pull this off. Enter, free wedding printables!
So, FH and I have decided to do what we’ve always wanted and elope. No fuss, no muss, just…well….us (and an officiant). Of course, I still want to have a nice looking bouquet for this event, and in all likelihood, there will be some sort of reception later in the year, which will necessitate yet another bouquet. I’m far too frugal and budget-conscious to justify purchasing two bouquets, so DIY silk flower bouquets seem like the way to go.