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Wedding Don’ts


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Wedding PlansYour wedding day is probably the one day that has dominated your dreams since you were little.  You want it to be perfect, and there are ways to assure that everything goes off without a hitch.  However, there are some things associated with planning a wedding that can give you some headaches. Here are some pitfalls to avoid:

Don’t 1:  Plan a Wedding for Everyone Else

This is your day. Repeat that statement over and over until you believe it. Everyone and their brother will probably be telling you what you should and should not do, but ultimately the only two people who matter in the planning are the bride and groom. Yes, you want to bring everyone together for a fun evening, but you have to have fun, too. Don’t worry about living up to anyone’s expectations but your own.

Don’t 2:  Invite People You Don’t Want There

Your wedding is a budgeted affair, and to remain within that budget you need to settle on a guest list. Yes, your cousin may want you to invite your third cousin twice removed from Russia that you have never met, but that does not mean you have to.  You want to be surrounded on your wedding day by people you know and love, so make sure those are the people on your guest list.

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Tying A Shoestring Knot


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Shoestring KnotIf you’re strapped for cash, as many newly engaged couples are, fear not! Some of the greatest weddings of all time have been created on a minimal budget- simply because there are no restrictions when it comes to the amount of love you share, coupled with that personal touch.

We have compiled a range of tips and ideas that will cut the costs without compromising on your dreams. Below are a few points to consider! Realism first, fairytales and fantasy later!

Remember that, although incomparably special your wedding day is just one wonderful moment, and you have a lifetime of special moments to share together. When the big day is over, you need to look to the future, and believe me- there`s nothing sexy or romantic about having an enormous overdraft- no matter how wonderful your memories of the wedding are! So before you do anything, set a date to meet those who wish to contribute to your wedding day, and lay all your cards on the table.

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Checklist for Destination Wedding


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Destination WeddingProject Wedding has a free personalized wedding checklist? Make sure you have all your tasks completed on time.

One Year Before:

  • Choose a location, taking into consideration your wedding style and guest list.
  • Send out save-the-date cards early, so guests can budget for travel/time off and get their passports ready.
  • Call a tourism office for more destination-specific information.
  • Make sure your paperwork is up-to-date and that you have all the documents needed (birth certificates, passports, travel visa, etc).
  • Research the marriage requirements of the country (i.e. documents, public notices, and residency requirements).
  • Consider a wedding package as a low-stress option. Services of a planner are often included, as are the services of local vendors.
  • When hiring a wedding planner, find one who specializes in destination weddings or who is based in your destination location.

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10 Ways to Cut your Budget


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Wedding BudgetWeddings are expensive! If your budget is becoming a nightmare, there are a few ways to trim the costs without sacrificing your dreams or the comfort of your guests.

The Cake

Wedding cakes can be a ridiculous expense, especially for large guest lists or if you have your heart set on an extravagant design. Renting a display cake is a popular option that could cut at least a couple hundreds  from your budget without foregoing the perfect cake. Other couples save by ordering a small cake with an elegant design, as well as a less costly sheet cake for serving.

The Dress

Your wedding dress is often the easiest place to overspend - but also one of the easiest areas to trim costs. Take the time to shop around. Bridal discount stores, eBay, and similar locations will sometimes have your dream dress available for a fraction of the retail price!

The Menu

Food usually consumes the biggest portion of your budget. Consider finger foods or desserts instead of a sit-down meal. Backyard barbecues are a great way to save if you want to feed your guests a full menu.

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Buffet, Sit Down Meal or Food Stations?


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BuffetA menu is chosen for your guests. The food is sure to satisfy each palate. How should you serve the food to your guests? It may depend on the mood you want at your reception and the expense of the technique. Some reception venues may already have a way of doing this but others may leave it completely up to the bride and groom.

Buffet

Some prefer a buffet style meal while others prefer a sit down meal. Buffet style is usually less expensive than a sit down meal. A bride and groom may decide that they would like to serve their guests a full meal. Many family members and friends may have traveled to come to this event. You may consider it disappointing for them not to get a full meal before leaving. Buffet style is much more relaxing and creative. Guests can get food at the announced time, choosing what they want from what they see.

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