Forever Fascinators

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Forever Fascinators

Whether you’re looking for the perfect bridal fascinator, or a headpiece that might be suitable for your Bridesmaids, Forever Fascinators can help. Nothing about your special day can be taken for granted, especially when it comes to what the Bride is wearing! It’s really important that you have access to a wide variety of fascinator styles and designs, and also that you can return or exchange your fascinator if it’s not quite suitable.

At Forever Fascinators, you can return or exchange your fascinator for any reason, to ensure that you look your best on the day. The Bridal fascinator should be elegant and refined, but not so large and intrusive that it takes the guests’ (and Groom’s) eye away from the Bride’s face. Having said that, there’s only really one rule that truly must never be broken. The Bridesmaids must never outshine the Bride!

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Blue Gold and Peach Romance Wedding

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This next bride was super savvy about how she spent her wedding cash, not only did she DIY a good portion of her big day, but she was able to turn it around and make a profit on most of it afterward! Keep reading to find out how!

And don’t miss the budget breakdown and a list of more DIY’s from this blue gold and peach romance wedding below. Plus you can see even more of these fabulous photos from Allyson Wiley when you visit the full gallery here.

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To Coordinate Or Not To Coordinate

Even though I was very cost-conscious, I would recommend having a coordinator. We had ours do month-of coordination as well as negotiating our rentals.

Our coordinator was AMAZING. Having been in the business far longer than I have, she recommended vendors within my budget without sacrificing anything. She also got us a discount with our rentals, with this alone, she paid for herself!

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wedding portraits @weddingchicks

Turning A Profit On Your Wedding

All of my decor items were bought from the salvage yard, Home Goods or Craigslist (I hate paying full price for anything!) I did not spend much money on my paper crafts, construction paper, paint, glue and crepe paper were mostly used with coupons from Michaels and JoAnns.

I think I spent about $300 on decor (not including the real flowers). After the wedding, I sold most of my decor on Craigslist and made a profit!

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Save Your Cash & DIY It

I had been obsessed with a vintage paper moon for months prior to the wedding. I saw one at a rental company that cost $700 and that was only after spending $5000 minimum on their other items, none of which I felt necessary. I decided to make one myself!

I had help with the construction of the bench, but I painted the face of the moon. The whole project cost $160, for the wood and the paint. I am thinking of renting it out for the future, but I am tempted to keep it!

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photo booth @weddingchicks

Blue Gold and Peach Romance Wedding

Photographers: Allyson Wiley
Flowers: Dina Madanat
Cakes & Catering: Gabrielle Feuersinger & Cater Marin
Coordinators & Stylists: Narine Birindjian
Rentals: Bright Events
Lighting & Entertainment: Enhanced Lighting and Sound

Read on to see how much this blue gold and peach romance wedding cost. Please note that costs change as the years go by, and prices are subject to change. This is just one couple’s breakdown to give you a rough estimate on how much a wedding like this may cost you.


Alicia Lucia Photography


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A few words from Alicia Lucia Photography:
This styled boudoir session was a dream to photograph! Stephanie Yardman Floral Design this $500 worthpeony headress for the and hand-made the headboard/botanical for this whimsical boudoir shoot. Hair and Makeup inspiration came straight from the runway and fashion magazines. Jacqueline Chavez used a bold cat eye as the perfect contrast to the models dewy, soft face. I directed Lacey, our model, to provide mysterious and alluring movements to our shoot, which she did effortlessly. I am always inspired by music, so during our shoot we blasted music such as Lana Del Rey, Ellie Goulding & M83 to set the vibe!
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