Weddings are expensive and involve a lot of planning and coordination - which is stressful.
And not everyone can afford to hire a professional wedding planner. (Which can be even more stressful!)
So if wedding planning is on your DIY list, then this episode is for you! Tune in to learn how you (or ideally a friend or family member) can DIY your wedding planning like a professional!
We’re giving you all the tips and tricks for things like:
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