How to Save Money on Your Wedding?

Once the wedding date is fixed you should first work out a budget for your wedding. A formal wedding will be the most expensive event so there comes the problem: how to cut down wedding expense?

There are numerous ways to save money on your wedding but that doesn’t mean your wedding reception cannot be wonderful with limited budget. Breaking down everything associated with the wedding party to see where you can start cutting. With a little ingenuity, you can save money and still serve the feast of your dreams.

Schedule your wedding ceremony for an “off” season time such as the morning of a weekday or have it during the middle of winter instead of spring. Avoiding peak seasons will save you money in banquet halls rentals. If weather permits have your wedding outdoors at a green village or a public park, and decorate the picnic tables with elegant tablecloths, silverwares, candles and bottles of wine.

List of your most intimate kith and kin to keep a small visitors. Set your own tables and look for help from your family members to take them out.

Have your reception at home. The menu should be simple yet pleasing to the eye by selecting dishes from recipe books, magazines and the internet. Setup your own dinner. Ask a pal or relative who loves to cook to manage the meal.

Try to make some of your accessories and decorations yourself like wedding pillow, wedding veil. Fabric stores offer various choices of designs, ideas and fabrics.

Buy your wedding dress from a place other than the bridal boutique. Compare prices and decide the best deal that meets your requirements. Make your own wedding favors.

Print your own wedding invitations on wedding invitation paper available and use the easy DTP software to design.

Distributing disposable cameras to some of your guest, you will be surprised at some of the great candid snaps that will come out. Request a friend to be the disc jockey and borrow or rent a good sound system.

Try to decorate with balloons instead of using just flowers. Even if you use flowers keep the decorations simple.

Buying your wine at a bulk rate from a source other than your caterer like a military canteen. Engage your own waiters. Hire some dexterous college kids for less than what the liveried professionals charge.

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