How To Save Money On Your Wedding Day
For many couples, getting married is everything they dream about! That is, until they start to see how much a wedding costs.
It’s no secret that weddings are pretty costly events. You have to pay to rent a venue for the event, purchase food and drinks for your wedding reception, and cover the cost of wedding decorations among more. And all of that spending can be tough on your wallet, especially if you’re working on a budget. Thankfully, the team at Signature Banquet Hall is here to help with some tips on how to save money on your wedding day.
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1. Determine Your Priorities
Before you start meeting with vendors or touring wedding venues, sit down with your spouse and determine the priorities for your wedding event. Deciding what’s most important to both of you will help when it comes to allocating your wedding budget. You’ll be in agreement on where you should cut costs and what you’re willing to spend a bit of extra money on, that way you can make the wedding day of your dreams a reality.
2. Meet With Vendors Early
When planning a wedding, you’ll have to meet with various vendors to procure food, decor, and more for the event and your wedding reception. To make sure you pick the right vendors for your budget, it’s best to start meeting with vendors early. You’ll have more time to meet with more vendors to discuss your needs and wants, providing the time to pick options that meet both your desires and your budget.
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3. Save Money Before Your Big Day
It’s a simple fact that weddings cost a lot of money. To help meet those costs, consider saving money in the months leading up to your wedding day. It might seem difficult to live on a budget with the love of your life as the two of you inch towards your big day, but those savings will help when it comes time to pay for the wedding. You’ll be able to meet your needs and then some by saving ahead of time.
4. Get Married On A Weekday
For most couples, getting married on the weekend is a no-brainer. But there are only so many Saturdays in a year, and many wedding venues and vendors are eager to fill up their schedules with events that take place during the week. In fact, you’ll probably be able to score some discounts and savings by booking your wedding on a weekday, a time when weddings seldom occur.
5. Skip Party Favors & Go Paperless
Traditionally, wedding guests receive handcrafted invitations to the event as well as party favors at the wedding reception. But if you’re looking to save some money, you can forgo both for a more modern approach. Consider sending digital invitations via email to your wedding guests, that way you don’t have to cover the cost of printing expensive invitations. And while a little party favor might be nice, they’re really unneeded. Your guests are more likely to remember all the fun they had at your wedding instead of some nice chocolates they got as a party favor.
Organizing your wedding and budgeting for its costs is tricky, but with some thoughtful planning you’ll be able to ensure you have a great wedding day without breaking the bank. And if you’re hoping to get married in the Los Angeles area, consider hosting the event at Signature Banquet Hall. Our wedding venue boasts budget-friendly accommodations with luxurious, elegant decor. Contact Signature Banquet Hall today for more information on booking and availability.