While the concept of broadcasting why people aren’t invited to your wedding may seem harsh, we’re willing to bet some women totally agree with her reasons. Let’s face it: Weddings are expensive, and they’re exhausting to plan. Why should someone get a spot on your invite list if they aren’t really all that important to you? We came up with a few more people that you definitely do not need to invite to your wedding, in case you’re looking for an excuse to trim the guest list:
Five Things You Can Absolutely Skip At Your Wedding (And no one will notice or care) 1. Champagne toast Champagne is about $3 a glass, so that's an extra $300 per 100 guests. That's a lot of money (pretty much equal to the favors everyone wants to cut so quickly). But, let's think logically about what happens with the champagne: It's poured before the reception starts and is left at each plate, next to the water. It's there when you guests walk in, but can't be enjoyed until
Whats the #1 thing brides wish they would have spent more $$$$ on? And what their guest remember the most? • 72% of all brides say they would have spent more time choosing their reception entertainment.
• Almost 100% say they would have spent more of their budget on the entertainment.
• During wedding planning, Brides say their highest priority is their wedding dress, attire, followed by the reception site and caterer – reception entertainment is among the least of their pr