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Tips On How To Save Money At Your Wedding

Weddings take work to organize.Those last few weeks the stress can be really stressful. With the right planning however, you can have confidence that everything will all work out, even in the event something small goes wrong. Here are some ideas to help you through planning a breeze.

You can save money by choosing an off period. Most people get married between May and September. Wedding venues are usually more expensive during these months. If it is imperative that your wedding be at this time, book as far in advance as possible for a great deal.

Wedding Dress

The right wedding dress may be a major expense. When you go shopping for your wedding dress, try dresses that aren’t categorized as wedding dresses. A bridesmaid dress could fit the bill and be much cheaper than a wedding dress. Even if you factor in the cost of style alterations, it could still be cheaper than an actual wedding dress.

Pick a theme that tells the story of your time together.

Use someone’s property to host your wedding.

Don’t starve yourself to fit in a wedding dress. You are going to find yourself dehydrated and maybe even light-headed. You may even faint while standing at the altar.

Be sure that your reception venue has a good-sized dance area. You want to have ample room for everyone to get down, just make sure you find enough space for people to get their groove on.

If turning your ankles scares you, wear cute flats instead. Having footwear that is less sexy but will keep you wanted is a good trade-off.

The most important part of the wedding is the marriage, and that means the two people getting married should be very sure to marry the right person. It should be something that you will always remember. Hopefully, your wedding day will be remembered forever.

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