Planning a wedding is quite a hard task to accomplish. More so, to arrange an elegant and stylish one while sticking to a very tight budget, now that's a very impressive and difficult act. This book will give you plenty of ideas for planning your dream wedding while at the same time help you save those extra dollars to buy a house or car for after the wedding. Here are some ideas you can get:
1. Choose a wedding date that's on the low-season months. Most brides-to-be choose to get married on April or May. Instead of getting married on those peak months, when everyone else is getting married and where most vendors and venues are fully booked anyway, choose the off-season months of October or November. This way you can avail of cut-off prices on most wedding vendors.
2. Do-it-yourself. Instead of spending for expensive photographers or videographers with whom you are not familiar with anyway, ask close friends or relatives who know you intimately to take pictures and videos of the wedding day. You can borrow or rent out camera or video equipment and pass it around amongst your guests so that everyone has a shot. You would be surprise how their personal perspective can really be affecting. Also, instead of spending for a lavish rehearsal dinner, plan an intimate BBQ party or pot-luck dinner.
There are many ways to save on costs when planning a wedding. The only limit is your creativity and imagination.
|Publisher:||Patricia G. Hartigan|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||81 KB|