The cheapskate bride's guide to BLACK FRIDAY

Black Friday was once a time for reduced electricals and car park fist fights. Thank little baby Jesus then, that it's finally become a whole big "thing" in the UK. While we're thanking the infant lord, let's give praise for online shopping and the ubiquitous bargains now pervading our every waking moment pre-advent.

Like a good bargain-hunter I've been having a quick look now and again to see if there's anything of actual use to wedding planners out there. I've already ordered some seriously discounted but still just as beautiful makeup from Illamasqua - LOOK AT THEIR BLACK FRIDAY DEALS!

I ended up getting this rather disgustingly named lipstick that I've been eyeing up for months.

Let's jump in.

A friend at work is getting married next Summer and managed to snap up her bridesmaid dresses already thanks to the Phase Eight Black Friday sale.

My absolute favourite go-to online clothing supershop ASOS has a good Black Friday deal on too - 20% off absolutely everything.

Their wedding guest section is pretty extensive - perfect if you've got a year of weddings to head to in 2018.

If you search "bridesmaid" a ton of pretty things pop up. Look at these! For example!!

Tesco's Black Friday deals are famously tech-led, but these experience gifts are actually pretty interesting. From racing supercars to afternoon teas and three course meals, there's quite  few to choose from. Great as presents for groomsmen and bridesmaids, I'm also thinking... hen do?

Debenhams have up to half price fragrance and makeup deals. bag your Daisy Dot 50ml for £25!

Hitched have got a whopping 30% off all of their wedding stationary for Black Friday. Once you click anywhere on their homepage, you'll "activate" a 30% off code which will apply to anything you buy from them.

There are plenty of dealzz at Amazon, but I was mostly concerned with Pinterest's favourite barn decoration - fairy lights. Take a look at this search I did, because there are masses of the things, in all colours, shapes and sizes.

There are deals on most high street shopping sites, Debenhams and House of Fraser also seem to be smashing it for useful bargains.

Let me know if you spot anything else worth hoarding!


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