Vow2Save – How to Own a Home After Your Wedding

Posted on June 22, 2018. Filed under: First Time Buyer help, Making Life Easier, Orange County Real Estate, Vow2Save Orange County Real Estate Registry | Tags: , , , , , , , |

www.Vow2Save.com 

Wedding Registry Tips

Are you engaged or know someone who is? We’ve got an amazing new tool to share! When you think about your wedding day and what will come after, most people dream of buying a home with their spouse. However, in today’s market it isn’t near as attainable after paying for a wedding. We’ve created a easy down payment registry for all new brides and grooms to make it easier for them to purchase a home using wedding funds! This way you can stress less about earning the down payment for your future home and only focus on the wedding planning.

Easy Down Payment Bridal Registry

wedding-2Vow2Save , as seen in South County magazine, was designed especially for brides and grooms who can’t afford to buy a home. It’s as simple as connecting your own personalized wedding website with your PayPal account. Our registry and website is completely FREE. The account is in your name and earns YOU money towards your future home. This registry program makes it easy for your family and friends to donate towards your goals and dreams as your wedding gift. Forget the shower curtain and bed spread you were going to put on your Target registry and dream BIGGER. If everyone just donates a little bit, then it can really ease the burden of paying your down payment and closing costs. When you’re ready, we will be happy to help you find your new home! Now you can enjoy your marriage knowing you have a solid investment to begin it with – homeownership!

Wedding Website

Not only does Vow2Save allow you a free wedding registry to save for your down payment, it also gives you the space to have you own wedding website and blog on the easy-to-learn WordPress platform. Now your family and friends can pull up your site to see your pictures, love story, details on the ceremony and reception, RSVP, and donate towards your wedding gift all at once! No more worrying about the time and expense of sending RSVPs with the invitations, or having your family shop around at the three different stores you’re registered at. Everything they need once they get their invitation is right on your personalized Vow2Save site! And they can even send you messages along with the donation that will give you digital memories for years to come.

If you or someone you know is engaged and you want to set up a website with us – fill out the form below! If you check out Vow2Save main page and have any questions please feel free to email us at info@vow2save.com. We look forward to helping you register and purchase your first home!

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Getting Married? Some fun Orange County bride stories & tips…

Posted on October 2, 2007. Filed under: First Time Buyer help, Making Life Easier, Orange County Real Estate, Orange County things to do | Tags: , , , , |

As you may or may not know, Mike and I LOVE to work with brides and newlyweds to place them into a home.  We talk to so many cool OC brides who are on our Vow2Save program, we thought we would share some fun with you. 

Today I talked to quite a few brides and I have to say you ladies are so creative!  I loved checking out your wedding websites and hearing your ideas. 

I do wonder, though, why half of you are going to Vegas to get married???  Isn’t that where the bachelor and bachelorette parties should be??  What’s wrong with a nice Laguna Beach wedding or any other beach in the OC??  Maybe I just think like that because we grew up in Michigan…maybe if I grew up here I would want to get married in a new and exciting place too…hmm…

Anyway, on to the fun. 

First of all, I have to give a shout out to Jim and Maurine, read his cute proposal story and check out HOW COOL their website is:

http://www.jimandmaurine.com/

Now-a-days for the out of town weddings, you absolutely HAVE to have a website.  Your guests will DRIVE YOU CRAZY WITH QUESTIONS IF YOU DON’T 😦  And I love it that Maurine thought to put some Vegas things to do and know on there…way to not be bridezilla and only think of yourself, girl!! 

Another fun idea…one bride we know recently got engaged in San Francisco.  She’s getting married in OC, but wanted to have a little taste of San Fran incorporated within the wedding.  How to handle?  Easy!  Have a photographer go and take pics of areas that the two of you love, or just pretty landmarks, and then name your tables after them and use the photos as part of the centerpiece.  How cute!

One other bride we knew wanted to get pictures of downtown Laguna Beach in her wedding dress for her beach-themed wedding…but she was getting married in her family church in Dana Point.  She solved the problem by putting a 2 hour block in between the wedding and the reception, and the wedding party went down to Laguna for some wedding photos to remember.  THEN, she used those pics on the thank you cards.  Way cute.

Do you hate the thought of writing your thank you’s?  I saw another bride make a TOTALLY personal thank you and save a ton of time by printing out a collage of photos, and writing a quick thank you ON THE PHOTOS with a sparkly sharpe.  Niiiiiice, not a lot of space to write awkwardness, but totally personal and heartfelt, what a great idea 🙂   

There are always tons of great wedding reception ideas online at www.TheKnot.com too.  I’ll keep blogging about more in the future.  PLEASE comment with your ideas and fun things you’ve experienced so this will be a resourceful post for all busy brides.

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