Marketing in business can be expensive, but to ignore it can be disastrous. There is a fine line between throwing money away on your marketing and getting the most from the money you spend but in some cases, there is simply next to no budget for marketing. So, how can you market something with low cost to marketing?
June is LGBT Pride Month, and these top 10 photos celebrate the love and joy that partnership can bring. Recognition and acceptance are the fruits of a long and difficult struggle, and while there is still progress to be made, perceptions are changing for the better.
What is everyones opinion of the best place?
I have mixed feelings on this subject. I don't mind our guests’ bringing their significant others: spouses, partners, fiances, long-time boyfriends and girlfriends. But I do not have the budget to wine and dine my best friend's latest boy toy.
Having your wedding on an OFF NIGHT can be the easiest way to cut cost of your wedding. Venues are less expensive and all the vendors are available.
I almost got mine in downtown LA in the Fashion District. Unfortunately their sizes run really big, so I never saw anything that fit. I ended up getting a dress across the street from Glendale Galleria, but I didn't know about things like: buying a corset, steaming/ironing fees, bustling fees. What I thought was a deal ended up costing me a lot of money!
I am going to a wedding in July and I am on a budget. The wedding requires me to fly across country, get a rental car, and a hotel room. Add in the cost of the tux and the two gifts I've already gifted the new couple, and I'm out at least $1k before my date and I walk in the door.
I am obsessed with the dessert bar idea, but don't have the money to have it done professionally. I am asking my bridesmaids to help out and bake desserts.
Off-day weddings can save you some serious money. But is it worth it to save the money if your nearest and dearest might not be able to come?
What is the spending limit for a budget wedding???