Weddings are expensive! Be sure you know the tricks to saving
As you may very well know it, weddings can get quite expensive. From several thousands of dollars to 5-figure prices, couples pay a lot of money to make their dream weddings come true. However, you should also know that planning a gorgeous wedding is still very much possible regardless of how tight your budget may be. What are the best tricks to saving big on weddings? Read on and find out more.
Book the right venue. If you want to save money on your wedding venue (which will most likely be one of the largest wedding expenses), you have to think out of the box. Natural parks, zoo, aquariums, city parks and museums can be rented at a fraction of the price a wedding venue or ceremony site would normally ask for – so make sure to look into this option. Also, try as much as possible to hold both your ceremony and your reception in the same place because this will most likely save you a lot of money.
You don’t need expensive décor. If you choose the right venue, most of the décor will be provided to you. For example, if you plan your wedding at a national park, you will not need much else than some centerpieces and some beautiful lightening, both of which don’t have to be extremely expensive.
You don’t need fancy food either. In fact, your guests will probably be more than happy to eat “normal” (or even “comfort”) food that looks really well and tastes delicious. With a bit of creativity and with the help of a good caterer, you can really pull off an unforgettable, low-budget menu.
Your rehearsal dinner doesn’t have to be pricy. In fact, you can have your rehearsal dinner over barbecue and drinks. Not only will this save you money, but it will also provide your guests with some variety too!
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