3 Things You Need to Know About Your Budget and Your Wedding

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An Unforgettable Day

A few months ago, my husband and I celebrated our tenth wedding anniversary. During this special time, I thought about our beautiful wedding day. We were married in the church I’ve attended since I was a young child. In fact, my father has pastored this small, country church for the past twenty-nine years. On my wedding day, my dad had two jobs. He walked me down the aisle and officiated my wedding ceremony. I will never the look on my husband’s face when he saw me wearing my off-the-shoulder, satin wedding gown with a royal train for the first time. His smile was priceless. Even though I’ve had ten years to think about my wedding day, I still don’t think it could have been any more perfect than it was. On this blog, I hope you will learn some tips to make your upcoming wedding unforgettable.


3 Things You Need to Know About Your Budget and Your Wedding

14 September 2016
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Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. This is something that you should take the time to plan perfectly so that when the day comes you are free of stress and can focus on what is most important: getting married. Although it would be great if your budget were limitless, this is simply not realistic. Many people have a strict budget that they must stick to and are looking for ways to host a great event without breaking the bank. Here are some tips for things that you can do to save money and still make your day wonderful.

1. Find a Great Venue

The venue will play a major role in how your wedding day goes. A lot of money could be spent on flowers, decorations, table rentals, and so forth. If you can find a great venue, you can save money on all of these things. If the venue is decorative enough, if they already have seating for a large crowd, and if the building itself is beautiful, you can save a good deal of money. You can just put the bulk of your decoration budget toward the venue and save yourself time with decorating.

2. Skip the Full Meal

Everyone who comes to your reception doesn't need to be fed a full meal. Instead, invite a small intimate group to be there for your actual ceremony, and then feed them afterward. Then if you have people who want to congratulate you on your marriage, host a receiving-line reception where they can simply come and enjoy a small treat. You can serve cake, Italian soda, different deserts, and so forth. Don't feel like you have to pay a large sum of money for every person that comes to your wedding. Instead, focus on the wedding day.

3. Splurge on Photography

If you have a limited budget, you should choose the things that are most important to you and let the rest go. One thing that should never be sacrificed is photography and the video. These pictures and videos that you have will be one of the only ways to remember your wedding day. If the photos and video aren't good, you could regret your photography choices for the rest of your life. This is why you should make sure you are getting a good photographer and cutting other places in your budget.

These are just a couple things that you need to know about saving money and budgeting for your wedding. For more wedding-planning tips, talk to a wedding planner like Events By Nichole.