This is no lie! You can have your dream wedding with a small budget. If you’ve been postponing your day due to the amount of fund you possess, it’s high time you started planning your big day
Most lovers delay their special day due to the fear of not having their special day as expected. It’s normal. The big societal weddings we see on the TV, fashion magazines, Instagram and wedding websites is enough to make a potential bride dream of having an exquisite celebration, wearing the most glamorous dress, hiring a celebrity makeup artist and having the best of wedding cake.
This is how to have your dream elaborate party without any form of cheapness and still cut your cost.
- Rent The Outfits
If you don’t have sufficient fund to buy the glamorous and expensive dress you want for your big day, consider renting instead of spending money on buying.
You can also plan on buying from bridal shops at seasons of trunk sales. This will enable you get discounts on your dream dress.
You can learn more about this by reading our article on How To Save on Your Wedding Dress.
- Borrow Your Accessories
Who says you have to buy the expensive accessories that will complement your dress when you have a low budget?
You can borrow your accessories from a close family or friend such as your mom.
However, you have to make sure that it complements your dress. You can read our article on Tips For Choosing Wedding Jewelry For Your Wedding Ceremony
- Cut Your Guest List
If you want a simple and intimate celebration, plan on cutting your guest list. You don’t have to invite everyone that you and your family knows.
You will save a whole lot of money when your guests is reduced. This means lesser people to cater for in terms of foods and drinks.
You can compensate the uninvited guests by organizing a simple post-wedding for them to attend.
- Deal With The Wedding Crashers
You’ve planned your day based on your budget and the fixed amount of guests expected. The uninvited guests may crash your party, eating your foods and drinks and consuming what you’ve not planned for.
We advice for you to plan extra foods and drinks in case you have more guests than expected.
For you to deal with the crashers, read our article on How to Deal With Wedding Crashers.
Victoria is a seasoned journalist and blogger. Her articles and stories have appeared in New York Times, Huffington Post and Slate. When she’s not about town checking out weddings, she enjoys her life as a happy wife and mother.
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