I recently got engaged and I was super stoked until reality dawned on me and it sunk in that somehow... I would need to pay for this.
This is a common problem that alot of soon to be newly weds have and previously the only way to solve it was to "save save save."
Eat ramen noodles for 1 year so you can have fresh flowers on the table.
Personally -- that's not the message I want to send to my fiance, nor is that how I want to live.
The solution? Rather than pinch pennies and cut coupons, I'm just going to make more money. Which is actually easier then most people know. I'll tell you why in a second...
But you are probably wondering how I proposed to her, so here it goes (I hope you like it)...
Lisa (my fiance) and I, are going to be moving into a new apartment together in a couple weeks so I need to paint some of my walls back to the original color otherwise my current apartment building will try and keep my security deposit.
You know how that is...
So I decided to paint "Will You Marry Me" on my wall along with a heart that had some pictures of us in it. Then I invited her over under the pretense that we were going to go watch a movie (although I just wanted to make sure she didn't come over in her sweat pants), but first I wanted her to see if my new paint matched the old.
She walked in -- saw what was painted on the wall and I got down on one knee and asked "Will you marry me??"
Thankfully she said yes. Otherwise, this would be a much different type of blog post haha.
For most newly weds, the only option to pay for a wedding is to save.
Not because they want to, but because that's the only option they have.
If you don't want to spend the next 6-12 months pinching pennies then you need to have a vehicle to actually make money and pay for your wedding.
This is what I use - Click here to see it.
It's super simple, and you can watch the first video above to find out how you can begin to figure out a domain name for your new blog which will then turn into a profit center.
Just check back soon to find out the next steps and to see how the wedding planning is going.
P.S. If you have any wedding planning tips, post them in the comments below!!