6 Areas Of Your Wedding You Should Never Cheap Out On

Collaborative Post¦ The cost of weddings is crazy these days and the average couple spends around £30,000. There are plenty of people that do it for less, and some that spend a lot more, but whatever kind of wedding you are having, it’s likely to be expensive. You don’t want to start your new life together in loads of debt, and a lot of couples would rather put the money towards buying a house, so you need to find ways to save money wherever you can. 

But you have to remember that your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, so you don’t want to make too many compromises. You still want the day to be perfect, and that means you have to be careful about how you try to save money. There are some things that you can easily do on the cheap and it won’t make a big impact on your day. But certain things will cost money and if you go for the cheap options, you will end up making some big compromises. These are some of the things that you should never cheap out on when planning your wedding. 

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Can Everyone Have A Role At Your Wedding?

Collaborative Post¦ Even though weddings are events of sheer joy and unrivalled love, they are supremely complex. The modern wedding has become much more elaborate, more creative and grandiose compared to previous decades. The wedding industry provides just about everything you can imagine. There’s no shortage of options of flowers, transportation, venues, music, catering and dresses. There’s so much to do and it always feels like there’s never enough time. So as the bride and groom, you’ll delegate tasks and roles to your most trusted friends and family members. The normal way of doing things is having a close-knit team and a guest list. All the guests have to do is turn up and bear witness to your marriage ceremony. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Maybe, everyone could have the chance to play a role at your wedding?

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Does Anybody Plan For Wedding Guests Stress?

Collaborative Post¦ You’re getting married. Congratulations! Your preparation journey is a rollercoaster of emotions. You’re both hugely excited and anxious to get things right and within your budget. Making your dream wedding come true can be challenging, even if you’ve got a knack for event planning. But, have you ever considered how stressful wedding parties can be for guests? 

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What Should Every Wedding Have?

Collaborative Post¦ There’s nothing better than planning a wedding, although it is, of course, stressful. Indeed, there’s been a surge in ‘Bridezilla’ stories in recent years; they’re the brides who begin to act unreasonably because they want every inch of their wedding to be perfect. They’re called out on their behavior because it’s not fair to take out your stress on other people, which is often what happens, but also because in making a mountain out of every molehill, they’re complicating the situation. Weddings only need to have a few simple ingredients in order to be successful. Below, we take a look at a few things that every wedding should have. If you have these, then you’ll be on your way to a great day!

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5 Steps To Mastering The Extended Engagement

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Collaborative Post¦ Getting engaged is one of the most special moments in your life and forms a crucial step on the road to committing your lives to one another. Once the initial butterflies and adrenaline die down, it’s time to start thinking about the wedding. For many couples, getting married within one year is the desired outcome. But it doesn’t have to be that way, and a growing number of people are now waiting several years before tying the knot.

There are many reasons for taking this approach in today’s hectic lifestyle. If you do, though, it’s imperative that you do it in the best way possible. Here’s how.

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