Wedding Planner Budget
* Choose a total wedding budget that can be devoted to your wedding. We recommend the amount of its budget objective that works, and then what we call the “Drop Dead” number of budget. When it comes to budget, in no case more than double “Drop Dead” number one! This helps keep you on track when you’re picking suppliers and major policy decisions about marriage.
* Examine the guest list … again. The easiest way to reduce the total cost of your wedding planning is to reduce the number of customers. Make sure when you type and check your guest list as people there are people nonetheless want to be part of this special day memorable. Remember, your biggest expense will be receiving the food (and alcohol), in order to reduce this amount by reducing the number of people to invite. Consider cutting the hosts have not talked to fifteen years and I do not know if I passed on the street.
* Think of your marriage during the “off season.” Usually November to March is considered the anti-wedding season. However, a note on December marriages: You will pay higher prices for Saturdays in December, will be competing with business parties. That said, consider holding your wedding on a Sunday or Friday. Most suppliers (including location) is offering discounted rates for any other day of the Sabbath!
While editing your budget may seem difficult, once you touch, you get to do the most fun and interesting things – such as cakes and sampling procedures for selection of flowers! Good luck in your wedding planning!