5 Budget Saving Ideas For Your Wedding

What question am I asked most? How do can I do this wedding for less?

Weddings are expensive, they are full of many details, and there are always a lot of opinions and wishes that a designer has to keep in mind.

These are my top five tips for saving money.

  • Do not get married during peak season. If you are planning a wedding on the coast of Maine, choose a date between November-May to get the best deal. If you want to get married in the Alps, choose a date in April after ski season and before the summer season.

  • If you must get married during the peak season, choose an off day of the week. If you select a Wednesday, you might get a deal on everything from the venue to the band.

  • Select an off time of day; a brunch is a lot less expensive to host than an evening event. You will save on both food and beverage costs.

  • The best cost-saving advice is to select a venue that includes tables, chairs, linens, flatware, glassware, etc. People often think having an event at home is less expensive, but that is not true. Rentals add up quickly.

  • Lastly, keep your wedding small. Everything is based on your count; fewer people equals less cost. A small family wedding with a few close friends is a great way to keep your costs down.

Remember your guests are there to celebrate your union; they do not know what you had planned; they only know what they see!

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