Month: March 2020
Fairy-Tale weddings on a budget– A wedding is a most awaited and exciting time in a person’s life. You want everything to be perfect at your wedding. From having the perfect dress to having the perfect arrangement of food, music and decorations, everything needs to be well planned to have a fairy tale wedding. You refuse to make compromises and want it to be as memorable and extravagant as possible within a tight budget. Planning a swoon-worthy wedding with your soon to be marriage partner on a small fortune can be hectic. But it becomes worthy to spend on this lifetime event to get the memories of your life.Read More
To plan a successful wedding with the love of your life, here are five tips that can help you.
Select free venues
Venues play an important role in setting the mood of the wedding. You want it as romantic as possible. Select a location close to your heart or relevant to you that is easily accessible within a budget. After all, it is about two people getting married in a place that holds a special memory for them.
Don’t hire a wedding planner
Many people debate that hiring a wedding planner saves time and money as well as the stress of planning it. Well, there is nothing a wedding planner does that you can’t do it yourself. You can easily do the research work, plan the best suitable date and make phone calls. Take help from your friends and family members especially those who are already married.
Spend less on food and drink
Everyone is happy if the food is delicious. Instead of ordering big cakes, order a small and decorative cake. You often get discounts from a catering service if the wedding is scheduled in the morning. You can also rent a food truck as it will allow people to move and mingle while getting the food. Avoid alcohol. Instead, add wine or beer or other cheap drinks.
Create your own decorationsBe creative in designing the decorations. You can take help of online video tutorials and make your own beautiful decorations. Use artificial candles and flowers. To create a delightful frame, use ribbons, Christmas lights, sparkly items. Style your wedding invitations with a lovely touch and print it yourself.
Split the bill
Planning a wedding alone is a big responsibility. Work with your soon to be spouse on the expenses being spent. Make a list and divide the tasks figuratively. Also, be flexible in spending money together to fit each other’s tight timetable.