Hi, one of the most important things you'll ever do in planning your wedding is coming up with a budget. Today we're going to talk to you about your budget. This is one of the most important things you'll need to plan out and one of the hardest. Depending on who's going to help pay for that wedding, itâs really important to sit down with paper and a pen before you even go to the parents.
Having a good wedding planner and coordinator can also help you plan your budget. From the lowest budget to the sky's the limit budget. You have to be exact, you have to find out what's the most important thing to you and put that money toward that vendor.
There's always short cuts to take that you can do, for example, your flowers. If flowers are real important to you, you can stagger them. Have every other table with your flowers and then bring in candles and things like that. There's always things that you can fill in. And don't stress over that budget. It's workable. Most brides say, "I don't have this huge budget so I know my wedding's not going to be nice." That doesnât have to be true at all. The key is, to be honest with yourself, talk to your fiancÃ©, talk to your parents, get a good number and stick with it.
Another tip is to come up with the top three things that are most important to you. Whether it's the flowers, the music, the facility or your dress. If you plan accordingly and use your budget wisely you can accomplish almost anything on your big wedding day. For more information wedding planning you can find it here.
Quick Tip For Planning a Wedding Reception
Don't let it overwhelm you. Look at everything and know that it's a process to plan that reception. And if you are a very organized person, then this might be something that's not intimidating to you, but if not, this is where a wedding planner would come in handy and worth every dime that you pay. A good wedding planner is there to orchestrate all your vendors; make sure they show up on time; if they brought the products that they; they promised in their contracts; that they're doing exactly what you've paid for; to be your eyes and ears, that day.