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u/Helexkant · 4 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

My sister is vegan, and we've made lots of great things from a book called "Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking." I've linked to Amazon but check your local library first - or maybe one of your vegan relatives already owns it so you can borrow it =) We've made the Tuesday Night Dinner, multiple lasagnas, and stuffed shells from here to take to family gatherings so my sister can eat. What we usually do is assemble beforehand, bake it halfway, fridge it if needed, then finish baking at our destination. If this isn't possible for you, baking all the way and then reheating is no issue.

No one in our family needs to be gluten free, so I'm unsure how good anything in here would be for a gluten free diet. But we all love a lot of recipes in here, and not just the main courses either. The binding of our copy broke completely after only a few months of it being gifted to my sister XD

Hope that helps!

u/the_chols · 59 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

Wedding DJ here. Many of my potential clients consider going without a DJ for their wedding because of the cost. These are my recommendations to them:

  • Spotify is a great tool. Consider getting the algoriddim djay app for iPhone or iPad. This lets you play music downloaded to your phone and from Spotify. You can set it to Automix and get that seamless transition from one song to the next you expect from DJs. Spotify Premium is required, and you won't have ads. WiFi is required when using Spotify so put the "must have" songs on your device just in case.
  • Get a quality speaker. Sam's Club and Amazon have several that are less than $200. The best part is you get to keep it when you are finished! Connect directly with a cord - do not use bluetooth. Get a speaker stand and raise it 5-6ft off the ground. This helps propagate the sound and you'll get excellent performance from even one speaker.
  • Get a wired mic for announcements and toasts. Your speaker should have a 1/4" mic input. You can get a Shure SM58 for $40 on Amazon that sounds amazing and is what I use in my booth. You'll need a female XLR to male 1/4" cable. If you have any doubts visit a Guitar Center and they will hook you up.

    I use my iPad and the algoriddim djay app with Spotify when I get an obscure request that I don't have in my main library. I also use the app in my smaller ceremony music setup. The app is solid and will not let you down!

    Let me know if you (or anyone else) has any questions on how to set these up. I also have a music ideas list if you need some inspiration during the music planning process.
u/agreensandcastle · 3 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

So I would only do two rows of seating. 7and 8 staggered so everyone gets a view. And you can enter ceremony from sides. Chairs don’t need to be touching. Spread it out a little. Guaranteed view without having to go big half circle.

Food: put food table near ceremony space. Ceremony chairs double as seating for eating if wanted. You could do crescent rolls with meat or veggies and cheese, maybe pesto to add flavor and moisture. Easy to make ahead. Also mini quiche are easily customizable or even available frozen, just cook ahead. Veggies and fruit on a stick/kebab for sides. None of these things need more than a napkin. They also aren’t all that temperature dependent, so you can have them sitting out before. Use something like this to keep them safe. Easy to decorate if want to.
M.V. Trading Giant Outdoor Tabletop Food Cover, 24" (W) x 46" (L), Retangle Shape

Tea and lemonade make nice drinks to coordinate with.

Little extra food and drink does inspire more lingering.

u/sparkleunicorn22 · 14 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

Thank you so much! I found it on good ol Amazon! I’m really happy with quality. Didn’t look cheap or fake at all. And kept me very warm in a windy January night.

Caracilia Women's Faux Fur Bridal Wedding Shawl and Wraps Winter Warm Party Evening Fur Stole changmaobai CAFB3, White/Long Hair, Small

u/brennasoup · 1 pointr/Weddingsunder10k

Sorry, just seeing this! Here's the one I bought. Just ordered two more packages (so 3 total). I think you're totally right about the hot water shrinking it. That didn't occur to me in the moment. I think I'll try slightly cooler water this next time and see if that still gives me the color I want.

I thought the quality from amazon was great! That seems to be best price and you can't go wrong with 2 day shipping. If you find something cheaper, let me know?

u/tnew12 · 5 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

I'm a huge fan of an old school spreadsheet of ideal and actual costs. My fiance was not, so i got this book ( and had him fill out the workheets and we were able to get on the same page with our vision and budget for our engagement, wedding, and honeymoon.

So far we're in budget. If time is on your side, you can wait for items go on sale.

u/dsk524 · 45 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k
  • [Amazon] Set of 10 Kraft boxes (very good quality) 5x5x3.5 inches - $8
  • [Amazon] Kraft Crinkle Paper Filler - $6
  • Used tissue paper I already had
  • [Anthropologie] Mini Latte Bowls, Set of 6 - $18 (ON SALE RIGHT FOR $14.40 ENDS TONIGHT 4/7)
  • [Costco - in stores] Crabtree & Evelyn Hand Lotion, set of 6 - $5
  • [Nordstrom Rack - in stores] LORAC Mod of Goddess Lip Gloss Set Vol. II, set of 6 - $13
  • [Nordstrom Rack - in stores] Hair tie, set of 7 - $5
  • [Marshalls - in stores] Washi Tape, 8 rolls - $4
  • [Target] Blank cards, set of 10 - $4


    The hair tie holder was super easy to make! I just used one of the kraft boxes I had leftover and cut out 6 pieces. Then used the washi tape and stickers I had to decorate, wrote the name (highly recommend using a pencil/erasable pen first if you have no calligraphy skills/terrible hand writing like me LOL), and stuck the hair tie on!


    I also purchased a label maker ($10) but didn't include it in the final price because I was planning on buying one anyways!
u/_SleepingUgly_ · 61 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

Look at getting a clear ring sizer like these :
Ring Snuggies Ring Sizer or Assorted Sizes Adjuster Set of Six Per Pack

She could use it for the day of on the bottom and only people that see the bottom of her hand would ever know. It’s a cheap alternative and would not damage the ring. If not build up some hot glue on the bottom to make something more fitted. The glue will peel off the ring as well and you can mold / cut it as needed.

u/iseentwhatyoudid · 5 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

I honestly went to estate sales for a few months and found old ones, got a few and then found some cheap ones here.

Leyidress Wedding Women Faux Fox Fur Wraps Shawls Stoles Cape Shrug for Bridal Evening Party

u/cyanpineapple · 2 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

I got these in the silver from Amazon. No regrets. Like, they're definitely plastic plates, but they're sturdy and look nice.

u/Tokyo81 · 2 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

You could try this first, as it's less likely to have any negative effects on the fabric.
I used activated charcoal shoe deodorizers and they took the damp dog smell out of my backpack after sealing it all up in a bag with a few for a couple of weeks.
Loose charcoal is obviously risky because it could stain the dress, but something encased in plastic like this or this may help.
Whatever you do, take precautions to keep the charcoal from coming into direct contact with your dress though.

u/sillyrags · 1 pointr/Weddingsunder10k

I got these from Amazon to stick the magnet to the card. Similar to the tack that’s used for the back of credit cards.

u/IWillHaveTheGabagool · 9 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

Not op, but I was able to find this by searching for "embroidered wedding boots" on Amazon

u/arpeggio123 · 15 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

They make spray pant for flowers. I'm not sure how affordable it would be but maybe try that!

u/Buttercup_Bride · 4 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

If I were you I’d find a swatch no one can see and experiment with adding a bit of this to the dress to make it shimmer.

Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist 2-Ounce, Pearl

u/Ephem510 · 1 pointr/Weddingsunder10k

You can subscribe to a service called Karafun for a one time/event use and it has most of the songs you want for karaoke, and anything else you can probably find on youtube. You'll need a laptop, if you want a monitor a small tv, a speaker, and a microphone or two. The Karaoke machines kind of suck, IMO.


If you have DJ you can see if they can rent you microphones. If you don't, you can get a decent Berhinger Voice mic for like $30 on amazon


18 in small tv:


set of 3 mics (but could do fewer/one)


Can't vouch for this mic, but it's cheap:


You don't necessarily need mic stands if you have long microphone cables.


Decent PA System: