Tip A: Sit down and figure out how much you could save on a mortgage with the $20-$30K people seem to think they need to spend on weddings these days.I am sure that most of us will agree that a wedding can be the biggest rip off out there.
Just wondering how some of you saved some $$ on your big day.
Amen to that!Tip A: Sit down and figure out how much you could save on a mortgage with the $20-$30K people seem to think they need to spend on weddings these days.
Tip B: Get over yourself - you're not the Crown Prince and Princess. Get married at City hall, with 2 witnesses, and send all your friends and relatives an e-mail afterwards.
Tip C: There seems to be a trend to having your wedding in some Caribbean resort. Any "guests" who want to come have to pay their own way. It's cheaper than paying for a reception for 200.
-Depending on whether there will be a specific dinner time for everyone, make sure to get enough tables and chairs to accommodate everyone. If it's going to be casual and buffet-style, then you can probably get away with fewer tables and chairs since some people will be standing around/mingling while others sit and eat. If you have a van/truck, opt to pick up tables & chairs yourself (we don't have a van, and the delivery charge accounted for nearly half the total rental cost!)I am planning on having a garden wedding come December of this year because this is my fiancee's lifelong dream, any advices? Would greatly appreciate it, thanks in advance!