It is hard to prioritize all of the different elements of your wedding. It’s your special day and you want it to be perfect for you and all of your guests but you still have to adhere to a budget. So, you are faced with the question: how do you prioritize? What do you invest money in and what do you cut?
What Do You Want To Invest In?
You are going to want to decide first what the most important elements of your wedding are. Then, how much you want to invest your money into them. Ask yourself: “What will be the most memorable parts of my wedding?” The key is to spend your money into elements that will make your wedding memorable for you and your guests.
What Will Make Your Wedding Memorable?
Between the vendors, the venue and the countless other expenses that go into planning your wedding, it all adds up very quickly. What you want the most out of your wedding is for everyone to have a good time and to have great memories from your big day. And we have to be realistic: no one but you is going to remember what exactly your flower arrangements looked like.
Wedding guests always remember the same key points of any event: The food, the music, and if you have a drinking crowd, the bar. 10 years from now, no one will remember the placemats you spent $50 on per place setting. They will remember how good the food was, how fun the party was and how beautiful the space was. So invest your money in those elements and have a great time that you and your loved ones will remember forever.
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