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Ten Wedding Budget Tips

  1. First and foremost, decide on a budget for your wedding. This can help you and your future spouse get on the same page, which is a great way to start a marriage.
  2. Get a wedding checklist, especially if you don’t have a wedding planner. The Internet has many resources on this for free or a small fee. This helps you to get an idea of what you need to purchase. It also prevents you from forgetting something! 
  3. After you get that checklist, highlight or put a symbol next to the things you want to splurge on. Want those dreamy Pinterest-approved pictures? Splurge on the photographer. Cross off the things you don’t feel the need to get. Does your venue include decorations? Great! Now you don’t need to buy those. 
  4. When going to the florist, look for flowers that are in season. This is both eco-friendlier and more affordable. If you decide to use artificial flowers, shop craft stores during sales (as if we needed another reason to go to Hobby Lobby). If you decide to use artificial flowers, shop craft stores during sales (as if we needed another reason to go to Hobby Lobby). 
  5. Decided to use real flowers? Great. Let your florist know your budgetary limits. This helps to make sure you don’t go over the budget and make sure that you still get the perfect flowers for your special day. 
  6. If someone offers you help on your wedding day, take it. Is your aunt a baker who makes beautiful cakes? Take her up on that! It’s such a wonderful gift and it’s so fun to have your loved ones involved in your special day. Just don’t forget the thank-you note!
  7. Speaking of cake, consider doing a dessert table instead. These are trendy and delicious. Having a variety of cupcakes, cookies, and even s’mores help to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth and can be cheaper than buying a traditional cake. You can even do a small wedding cake for the bride and groom so the wedding cake cutting tradition still lives on!
  8. Honeymoons can get expensive. Some hotels give discounts during the off-season so don’t be afraid to look into that. AirBnB is another good alternative. Many offer discounts depending on the length of stay as well. Make sure to read the reviews!
  9. When vendors do a fantastic job, many people choose to tip them. Caterers, musicians, and florists are a few people you may consider tipping. Make sure you consider this when creating your budget! 
  10. If you do have credit cards that give perks like points or cash back, consider using it and paying it off immediately. Do you very best to not go into debt for your wedding. It’s a special, wonderful occasion; however, if you can’t afford it, it may create a lot more stress than joy both before and after your Wedding Day.