// as seen on Brides.com // One of the hardest, yet most critical, wedding planning decisions you need to make is deciding on a practical wedding budget. Already have yours figured out? Congrats! Now you need to know how to spend the money you've got. While it's definitely more fun than setting the budget, sticking to your planned expenditures can be a real hardship for many couples. That's where we come in. We already shared our best advice for divvying upyour $15,000, $25,0
shared by A2Z Mobile Music // Photo by Faces Photography Weddings are expensive -- everyone knows that. In fact, the average wedding in the NYC tri-state area averages out between $52,000-$80,000 depending on location. It's no wonder that couples are looking to save money anywhere they can. As a planner, I can save my clients money by booking with vendors that we trust and work with frequently. However, there are a few things that you shouldn't do when watching your budget. H
from Huffington Post It's always interesting to Google new "wedding trends" and see what people are saying is the "IT" thing for the coming wedding season. Sometimes it's just silly -- Pantone Orchid was not a grand surprise as we've been doing purple in all its various shades over and over and over again for about three years now. But sometimes, what these so-called "experts" are purporting to be the next big thing is really just a very expensive pain in the butt. One of my
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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