Wedding Planning – When it comes to planning your wedding, it’s difficult to eliminate some of the features and elements that are most important to you.
With this complete guide to planning the ultimate wedding on a shoestring budget, you won’t have to.
In This Ebook You Will Learn:
How To Minimize Costs Without Sacrificing Elements
How to Save Money On All Of Your Wedding Costs
How To Identify Vendors That Are Over Charging
How To Plan Your Wedding From A to Z
Planning The Most Memorable Wedding Day Possible
Wedding Planning On A Budget
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding!
Planning a wedding should be the most memorable experience of your life. After all, you are about to begin a new adventure shared with the one you love.
Unfortunately, when it comes to planning a wedding unless you have an unlimited budget, it can be a frustrating and overwhelming task. First, you have to determine your budget and then you need to do your best to stay within this amount, which often means cutting corners and eliminating some of the most important elements and features of your day.
Weddings are incredibly expensive if you go the traditional route without knowing how to deal with vendors or negotiate on costs.
With the “Wedding Planning Simplified” guide however, I reveal my personal strategies for saving money on all aspects of your wedding planning as well as how to ensure that your day goes smoothly with little stress involved.
You deserve the ultimate wedding of your dreams, and with my money saving tips and techniques; I truly believe that you will be able to achieve this.
Step One: Determine Your Budget
To begin, you need to sit down with your partner and determine a reasonable budget. Evaluate your finances and how much you are both comfortable with spending on your wedding.
This isn’t the time to determine the costs of each element, it’s just the taking the first step in your wedding planning and deciding, together, what your wedding fund will be.
The Pre-Planning Phase is a critical step in ensuring that you are organized and on track.
Many couples overlook this very important step, and start planning their wedding without a firm budget in mind. This will make things incredibly difficult when you find yourself out of money and out of time, without the wedding completely planned and ready for your big day.
Sit down together and determine a fair budget. You can always adjust the budget later on down the road if needed, but for now, be open with each other, discuss possible numbers until you come to a reasonable budget without leaving you both struggling to pay off a massive debt once you begin your married life together.
After all, your wedding is a celebration of your love and the last thing you want to do is venture into a marriage where you are tied down to a debt that will take years to pay off. Consider what your objectives are for the first year of your marriage.
Do you want to put a down payment on a house? Upgrade a home? Take an extended vacation? You will need to thoroughly examine what your budget is going to be while allowing you both the ability to save for your future long after the wedding is over.
It’s easy to get excited about your wedding planning and take out huge loans or borrow from friends and family without considering how difficult it may be to pay it back over time.
Consider your friends and family who may be interested in helping with certain aspects of your wedding. Perhaps you have a cousin who is a florist or an aunt who would be more than happy to play piano during your ceremony.
You’d be surprised at just how many costly elements you can eliminate by considering friends and family for certain tasks. Best of all, they will be thrilled that you are involving them in your wedding day!
When considering your budget, keep in mind that the majority of a wedding budget is traditionally spent on the reception. The food, drinks, rentals and venue that you choose will take up a large portion of your budget, depending on the type of food served, the number of guests and whether you are footing the entire bill or having friends and family cook, bake and help out.
Your wedding apparel will take up an estimated 15% of your budget as well, and your photographer and videographer another 10-15% by traditional pricing. You could opt to have a friend video tape the wedding for you, as well as a friend or family member that you trust, taking your photographs. This will save a lot of money on your wedding, however, be careful in who you choose as you will never be able to capture your wedding again.
If you find that your budget is far too small, start saving every week by deciding to put a specific amount away. You could open a bank account that is used exclusively for your wedding.
Here’s What’s Included
Step Two: Pre-Planning Phase
Step Three: Get Organized
Things To Remember:
It’s a tough decision.
Wedding Attire Money Saving Tips
Wedding Cake At A Discount
Reception Cash Saving Tips
Schedule And Availability
Reception Dinner Budget Saving Tips
Planning Catering for Your Wedding
Saving Money On Your Flowers
Saving Money On Your Invitations
Saving Money On Your Wedding Music
Photography And Videography Cash Savers
Your Honeymoon Adventure
Conclusion: Final Thoughts
Wedding Planning Checklist
Your wedding is one of the most special days of your life and both you and your partner should be able to celebrate your love without the stress that comes with excessive debt from taking out loans to pay for your wedding day.
It’s important to think beyond the wedding day, and to begin your married life in a way that enables you both to continue celebrating one another, rather than struggle for years to pay off a loan.
Set your budget and use my tips and strategies to ensure that you stay within this price range when planning out your wedding. You can have a beautiful wedding without spending a fortune in the process, if you take your time, stay organized and on track.
To your happily ever after!
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