Many people dream of the day they get married. They, as do you, want it all to be perfect and dive right into the process which can be a daunting task without a little help.
Getting married in the peak wedding season can cost a small fortune. The traditional season for weddings is May to September. When this is going on, it will cost more to have a wedding. To help ensure you are able to book the perfect venue, plan well in advance.
For food, consider going to a store such as Costco. This will allow you to save loads of money. You can also see if your friends can help with food costs.
It is important to get high quality wedding photos so that you can truly cherish them throughout your life and hand them down to your descendants. It pays to spend the extra cash to hire a wedding photographer in order to reduce the chance of some amateur screwing up your wedding photos.
Have your wedding at a friend’s home. If you know someone who has a large farm, or even just a huge backyard, you can eliminate one of the larger costs of your wedding. Offer to pay someone to come in ahead of time and after the event to do the cleaning for them, but that should be your only cost.
Take the time to carefully consider the most important aspect of the wedding, your future spouse. You should never rush into a marriage just because others are pushing your or because you are caught up in wedding planning. See your partner as she really is–the good and the bad. Think not only about the reasons you love her, but all her bad habits and quirks that might irritate you after months or years together.
Planning your wedding doesn’t have to be overwhelming; by heeding the suggestions and advice of others who’ve gone through it, you can keep the anxiety and stress to a minimum. You may even find planning the wedding as fun as the big day!