Welcome to the Resources page! I created this place as a way to help you find companies, products, and people who will help you on your journey to creating your dream Disneyland wedding, living your best budget fairy tale life, or becoming a better blogger.
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One Stop Shops
Amazon – I mean, really … what CAN’T you find on Amazon? From weddings to registries to holiday shopping to parties to beauty supplies to books … if you can’t get it on Amazon, you probably don’t really need it.
Etsy – Etsy has the best selection of handmade and clever Disney items around.
Disney Store – No explanation needed, probably, but the Disney Store sells lots of cool Disney products, including a wide selection of wedding themed items.
Walt’s Life – A well known and extremely popular monthly subscription box featuring officially licensed Disney products! Bring a bit of Disney Parks magic to your doorstep every month.
Destinations in Florida – Need help planning your vacation to Walt Disney World or Disneyland? I highly recommend using the assistance of a vacation planner, especially if it’s your visit. Contact Destinations in Florida for a free quote!
Amazon Wedding Registry – We also registered with Amazon, which I love because you can add items from OTHER stores to the Amazon registry. It’s like an “all in one” registry. It’s free to set up (same with the Target one), so it can’t hurt to have it handy in case you want something from a store that doesn’t offer its own registry.
Beau-Coup – Beau-Coup sells a line of Disney Wedding favors among other cute wedding things.
Plum Pretty Sugar – Famous for their “getting ready” robes, they also sell the prettiest bridesmaids gowns and accessories.
Groupon -Groupon can have some good deals on wedding vendors and even wedding dresses once in a while.
Blurb – Blurb is my preferred company for creating wedding related books and albums.
Minted – Minted is my preferred company for creating invitations, save the dates, and thank you cards. They have lots of really unique designs and reasonable prices. They even now sell party decor, perfect for bridal showers.
The Dessy Group – I love The Dessy Group for bridesmaid dresses and accessories because they use Pantone colors.
Ghirardelli – If you’ve ever visited the Ghirardelli shop at Disney, you know how good their chocolate tastes. Ghirardelli squares make great favors for weddings, bridal showers, and engagement parties.
Jos. A. Bank – We purchased Mr. BFT’s wedding suit from Jos. A. Bank during some kind of INSANE sale, which they seem to have often. We also rented his vest from here. Great customer service.
Vistaprint – I don’t need to tell you about Vistaprint, right? We printed a ton of stuff for our wedding here, including stickers and tote bags with our wedding logo printed on them.
Modcloth – Modcloth has the cutest clothes and accessories ever. The end.
Rent the Runway – I have used Rent the Runway several times and I cannot recommend them more highly. I rented for our engagement party, our rehearsal dinner, and our dessert party, and several smaller events. Yes it’s a risk ordering something you haven’t actually tried on and have it arrive the day before your event, but I’ve never been disappointed.
I use and recommend Hostgator if you are looking to start a self-hosted blog or website.
I really like Moo for printing business cards. They have several unique templates, an easy to use editor, and good shipping times.
Studiopress – I use the Genesis Lifestyle Pro theme, from Studiopress, for 3 of my 4 blogs. I highly recommend Genesis themes because they are easy to use, customize, and offer good customer support and user forums.
Weebly – Weebly is a good source for creating a free website with drag and drop widgets. Right now my travel site, www.budgetfairytaletravel.com is hosted through Weebly. It does the trick until I can hire a pro.
Dropbox – Dropbox is my favorite way to share and send files, whether it’s just between me and Mr. BFT or using it for paid gigs.