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Updated by amelia-grantny on Oct 23, 2019
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6 Tips for Reducing Wedding Costs

Most brides think that hiring a wedding coordinator will ruin their budget. But wedding coordinators can really save you money. You will receive all the discounts and benefits that they agreed with their seller partners. But be careful when choosing a planner because anyone can pretend to be a "wedding planner." We recommend you to read this list of six tips on how to reduce wedding costs.

1

Take a wedding planning lesson

Take a wedding planning lesson

Before you begin to plan your wedding, try to learn as much as possible information about it from experts on weekend courses. These courses are intended for people starting to plan a wedding as a career, but you can receive a wealth of internal information there. You can also please the main bridesmaid with a course of hairstyles and makeup. Then she may take care of the bride, other bridesmaids, and the mother of the bride. This hack will save you a significant amount of dollars.

2

Pay attention to the flowers

The cost of flowers is insignificant, but the process of organizing them is very time-consuming. Put your money in flowers for a bride and bring a table with flowers to your reception to save money. Flowers in the bride’s bouquet and on your relatives are flowers that will always be in your photographs, so it is better to invest in them. Place beautiful candles on tables and surround them with decorations or put them into water. You’ll save a lot of money.

3

Chop cake

Cut the cake and throw the bouquet early at night. Your guests will never guess that you did this to allow your photographer and videographer to leave early, and this will help to reduce the hourly pay. In addition, after the departure of professional photographers, your guests are more likely to take photographs by themselves.

4

Pay alcohol per person.

Despite the fact that many wedding guests don’t drink alcohol, don’t let anyone persuade you to pay for the drink. The majority of teetotalers actually drink when alcohol is free and each cocktail will cost you some amount of money.

As a rule, it is quite cheaper to buy liquor per head. Restaurants can charge you approximately $20 per head for a four-hour event. Your guests will be able to drink as much as they want. With a per head alcohol contract, there will be no shocks when you’ll pay bills.

5

Skip expensive invitations

Most people wouldn't pay attention to wedding invitations from other couples. Perhaps your guests will never even notice the serrated edges and shiny ink, which cost you an extra $2 per card. They probably also won’t guess if you made your invitations. You can use invitation programs instead of ordering cards. Invitation software packages allow you to choose modern fonts and graphics so they are easy to use.

6

Order a beginning but talented musician

Did you always dream about live music or even a rock band at your wedding, but cannot afford to pay for them? You actually can hire budding musicians. A local school, a university, or a college of music usually can recommend a few students. But you need to do a short audition for your talents before hiring them or listen to their performing at a concert to avoid trouble.