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Budgets can be one of the best guidelines for a wedding. It may not seem like it, but in the end you’ll be glad you stuck to yours. Make it reasonable. Remember that checklist you wrote? Make a separate list of all of the items that are going to cost money. Price things out, do a little research and then set your parameters. Don’t blow the budget. Not all items that are “just what you were looking for” will be affordable. If you want something that you can’t live without, make cuts in other places. You don’t want to be paying off those centerpieces four years later.

1 comment:

realmaplesyrup said...

When my fiance and I were planning our wedding just this past March, we basically paid for it ourselves. (though our parents did pitch in some, which was much appreciated). But being on a tight budget we decided to pick the top 2 or 3 things that matter most to us, and used the majority of our budget on those things. Everything else was just extra. That way we got what we really wanted. Because who really has the money to do everything you REALLY want anyway?? well, at least not normal ppl. Just a suggestion.