A BRIDE has revealed how she got married without going bankrupt.
She says she saved thousands of dollars on her wedding after scoring deals from Kmart and making them radiant.
“Things we made ourselves for the wedding saved us [money],” read the text.
She signaled to welcome the couple Jake and Amber.
Next, she shared about the wish well, where guests can express their best wishes for the future.
She included signage for the event, like miniature chalkboards.
The couple also created their own decorative backdrop, decorated with string lights and flowers.
Amber also shared seating arrangement cards that she customized herself.
The wedding took place at her parents’ house, which was even more economical.
“Obviously I’m not an artist – any questions about where or how I create things ask below,” Amber added in the caption. “We don’t keep the gate here.”
The video attracted many curious viewers, who were intrigued by the budget wedding.
“Where did you get your picture frames?” someone asked in the comments.
“Only at Kmart,” Amber revealed.
“Our backyard wedding saved us $20,000,” another added. “It cost $4,000 to make and we got that money back from the wish well.”
“I’m happy to be frugal,” Amber wrote back.
“How did you make the holes in the welcome sign?” a third person commented, with Amber’s reply: “Shoelace set from Spotlight.”
“Where did you print the wedding sign?” another asked.
Amber replied, “Vistaprint.”
“Honestly, location is where you save the most money,” commented another, to which Amber replied: “100,000 percent.”