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3 Ways to Plan a Low-Cost Wedding


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Wedding BudgetWhile everyone has that dream wedding, not everyone has a dream wedding budget. The dress, the reception hall, and the flowers…it all adds up so quickly. Learning how to trim costs without compromising what is important to you can save you a lot of stress (and money!) when it comes to paying for your wedding.

1 Decide What is Really Important

You probably have your dream wedding in mind. Write down everything that goes into your dream wedding. Do you want a specific wedding dress? right wedding accessories? A reception hall filled with 500 of your closest friends? Make a list of everything you can think of that would go into your dream wedding.

From here, you will use this list to gauge what is really important to you and to find ways to get the look you want for less money. Do you really think you need invite all 500 people to make your day special? Go through your list and see what you can live without.

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Wedding on a budget: the Guest list


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Guest ListWhat’s a wedding without people to share it with? This may seem an innocent enough question, but when you finally come down to the task of composing your wedding guest list, you’ll find that the query is a rather naïve take on the occasion. If you had your way, sure, you can pretty much invite everyone you can think of, even those who had the slightest pleasure of your acquaintance; but you probably won’t have your way, and if your wedding is on a budget, the list dwindles to a necessary few. But with a guest list of only a few people, you’ll probably hurt the feelings of those whom you left out. What should you do then? You compromise, in a no-nonsense way.

While it may be insensitive to talk about the food budget at such a special occasion, it is a stark reality that the more guests you have, the larger the food bill will be. You’ll have to trim down your list, even if only for that purpose. This keeps the invites manageable, while also reducing the dent on your wedding budget.

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Top 10 wedding trends for 2008


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Personalized weddingHave a look at the summary of what’s hot and in style for weddings held in 2008, here are the top ten wedding trends for this year.

1) Color plays a huge role in weddings this year; it’s all about color and featuring that color throughout your wedding.

Designers pushed yellow as the hot color on the runways last spring for 2008, but brides are rebelling and we know from Kate Aspen’s wedding trend report blue is in fact the winning color. The following shades are popular: baby blue, peacock blue, Cinderella blue, Tiffany blue, aqua blue, navy blue and teal.

2) Duel colored weddings are another popular wedding trend both in previous years and continuing into this year as well. The most popular accent colors for duel colored weddings are white, black, chocolate, silver, green, yellow and orange. Also popular are monochromatic color schemes as well as outrageous contrasting color schemes which play into the duel color wedding theme such as orange/pink, pink/brown, aqua blue/brown, aqua blue/white, red/icy blue, slate/lime, pearl grey/deep yellow, light yellow/deep purple, and sky blue/light green.

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The secrets to making your wedding day memorable


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Wedding plansEverybody dreams of having a perfect wedding, but like all planned events even the wedding ceremonies generally have one or more glitches, which need to be smoothed. Ultimately one has to remember that the day is for and of the bride and groom and the planned choices that they’ve made should be honored above the choices of others. Most important thing is to remain calm and cool and stay with your plans.

Before planning your wedding it’s important to know exactly what you want before you start making those final decisions that many times can’t be reversed. Talk about what you want with your finance. You’ll more than likely have a budget that you need to stick to so you’ll have to decide what’s important to you that you won’t give up versus what you’re willing to part with.

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Bachelor Bash


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Bachelor BashThe bachelor or bachelorette bash needn’t be a drinking spree where the guests turn into a noisy brawl. Such parties can indeed be innovative ways of spending your last days of singledom bonding with your friends before you become a part of the larger married multitude.

The bachelor or bachelorette party is a Western ritual that’s here to stay. Throwing a wedding reception and a cocktail party isn’t enough anymore.

The bachelor bash is now as integral a part of the wedding process as perhaps the sangeet ceremony. Increasingly, grooms and brides, with their group of good friends in tow, are throwing parties that are fun. Bachelor and Bachelorette bashes - yes there is a term like this - can be great fun without turning bawdy. Here’s your list of bachelor party to-dos and great ideas for an unforgettable girls’ night out.

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