: Cheap Wedding Plans
Cheap Wedding Plans
Clever thinking will save $'000's
Cheap wedding plans might sound like a joke, but it is possible to get married on a tight
budget if you forget convention for a moment.
What do most brides put straight on their wedding "must have" list?
A beautiful dress with flowing veil & posh shoes
Smart wedding venue with the best food and champagne all round
Gorgeous flowers everywhere!
Old fashioned wedding car
Matching outfits for groom and attendants
Hen and Stag weekends
And that's just for starters!
Wedding Planning Guide
Before rushing out to buy a stack of wedding magazines, only to
start shaking when you see the cost of everything (!) take time out to think
for a moment.
What are the absolute essentials versus the "nice to haves"? Take a look at this great wedding planning eGuide if you want a few tips:
The KISS (keep it simple and special) wedding eGuide has 175 pages of amazing insider information from a bride called Suzanna, who, like me, had a fabulous wedding that didn't cost a small fortune.
It's packed full of simple budget-saving ideas on how to have the day of your life without a debt hanging round your neck for the rest of it and it includes some great free gifts:
- A wedding planning workbook.
- Suzanna's wedding negotiating secrets - these are probably worth more than the book itself!
- A bride's little black book - to prevent any meltdown moments on the day.
- Wedding coupons - vouchers to save you $$$ on your big day.
All for less than $20!
Do take my advice and have a look at the KISS wedding eGuide to take the stress and cost out of planning your wedding.
Just click on the link above to find out more and, if you like what you see, you can buy and download the eBook in minutes.
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OK so you and the groom need something nice to wear. You have to pay someone (church or
registry office) to marry you and it would be great to have a celebration party afterwards.
But that's all you NEED to actually get married, the rest is borne out of convention.
Think about these cheap wedding plans for example:
How many guests do you really need? Aunt May and cousin Jesse that you haven't seen in 20 years
may be family but you are paying so why not cut your list down to
the people you love the most?
Do you really need an expensive dress to look amazing on the big day? Believe me, you
will have a huge smile on your face, however simple your frock, so why not just choose something
affordable that you feel good and look great in?
Flowers are expensive so how about a simple bridal bouquet, forget the church flowers
(they will only be enjoyed by the next entrants anyway) and keep flowers at the wedding venue
to simple table decorations.
Use a friends's posh car to arrive at the church?
Surely your groom can borrow a smart suit?
Why not have a big dinner party for everyone rather than separate hen and stag nights/weekends?
All the other smaller things like cakes, favors, invitations can be done cheaply or even DIY saving
This is how much fun they had
Wedding party guests having a ball!