Best Money Tips: Save Money as a Wedding Guest

by Ashley Jacobs on 18 July 2013 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on saving money as a wedding guest, getting your family on board to save dough, and spotting a horrible roommate before moving in.

Top 5 Articles

5 Ways to Save Money as a Wedding Guest — If you want to save money as a wedding guest, consider making your own gift. [One Cent at a Time]

How to Get Your Entire Family on Board to Save Some Dough — Instead of driving places, get your family on board with walking or riding bikes to get around. This will save you money! [Financial Highway]

How Can I Spot a Horrible Roommate Before I Move In? — To spot a horrible roommate before you move in, ask for references! [Lifehacker]

9 Ways to Get Things Done When Everything Is Going Wrong — When things are going wrong, continue to get things done by laughing and not giving up. [Time Management Ninja]

6 Things Happy People Never Do — Learn a lesson from happy people and don't seek validation of self-worth from others. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

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Is Your Job Putting Your Health At Risk? 8 Ways To Survive Cubicle Lifestyle And Take Care Of Your Health — Don't let working in a cubicle compromise your health. Remember to get up and take breaks during the day. [Dumb Little Man]

The Simple Truth on How to Get the Lowest Rate on a Car Loan — Cleaning up your credit score will get you a lower rate on a car loan. [Money Q&A]

Learn to Love Your Job — Learn to love your job by focusing on the tasks you love to do! [DINKS Finance]

American Travel Destinations for Animal Lovers — If you are an animal lover, consider visiting the Everglades in Florida. [PopSugar Smart Living]

12 Ways to Sneak Learning Into Summertime Fun — To sneak learning into summer fun, explore nature with your children. [Parenting Squad]

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We've tried the saying no option. People that have huge weddings will often invite guests that they knew 5-10 years ago and haven't really contacted since.

We had one invite that would be 2 states away at the beach for someone we hadn't talked to in 4 years. The total cost of everything would have run us $600-$700 just to attend. We politely declined...