how to save money when you are getting married
Getting married is usually a once in a lifetime deal and even if it’s for the second or third time, it can get quite expensive. So, you want to focus more on the experience of getting married than the actual cost. It’s reasonable to do that. Here are 4 ways to save money when you’re getting married.

1. Plan Ahead and Take your Time

When you’re getting married, the easiest way to save money is to plan well ahead for your wedding. Then you can take your time to find the right deals. It’s not unheard of to your wedding two years out.

You can save a lot of money by booking venues well ahead and just at the end of their season. This gives you plenty of time to find deals on everything. A wedding officiant could give a discount for planning in advance, so they know they’re booked. And time passes quickly when you’re actively searching for the best deals on everything from flowers to gifts.

You can also enlist friends and family well ahead to help you plan and make many items. Your friend may just want to create the corsages as her gift to you. By planning ahead, you can allow these special items to become memories that will last forever.

2. Buy Online

Whether you’re buying jewelry or ordering flowers, buy online. It’s important to find the right accessories for your wedding and doing research online ahead of time before you buy can help you a lot. And buying online helps you ensure that you’re getting the best deal.

Many venues encourage you to book your wedding online. And honeymoon tickets are easy to buy online. You can book your hotel, buy your dress, and even register at big name stores online. This not online makes it easier for your guests to buy gifts, but it makes it easier for you to choose from your wish list exactly what you want. You can even have a video chat with your officiant and book their services online.

3. Cut out a Sit-down Meal

Many couples are forgoing the sit-down dinner for something more affordable. It’s not only difficult to find exactly what everyone wants and coordinating people’s diet restrictions, it’s expensive to have a caterer prepare everything. It’s even costly to have friends and family prepare the meal.

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So why not consider just having a snack or potato bar and standing tables where people can mingle and still enjoy food. Finger foods are great. It will free your budget up and will reduce your anxiety about getting everything perfect. Consider your auntie who doesn’t have dentures and needs a bland food diet. You wouldn’t have to try to accommodate those types of instances if you just cut out the meal altogether.

4. Thrift stores are your Friend

To make the most out of your wedding, don’t pass by the chance to browse a thrift store. You would be surprised at how many dresses you can get at a thrift store. If you’re flexible and willing to spend time there, you may find exactly what you’re looking for.

If you want to save money and have plastic flower arrangements, you just might find the perfect flowers for less than a dollar at a thrift store. There can be many things like finding tablecloths or napkins that someone has decided to give away, you could find the exact color and type just for you.

It’s not only thrift stores you may be able to find exactly what you want. Consider online auctions and your local craigslist as potential places to find things for your wedding.

These are just 4 ways to save money when you’re getting married. There are many more ways to save while you’re planning your wedding. Just remember to reduce your stress and allow others to help you through the planning stage. It’s about the experience and the memories you’ll be making, not the cost of the wedding.

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