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SOURCE: Do The Bride A Favor
Do the Bride a Favor shared their end of the week cost cutting wedding ideas
Orange County, CA (PRWEB) December 30, 2012
Prompted by “Ways You Can Learn to Have a Low Cost but Wonderful Wedding”, Do the Bride a Favor presented a few helpful insights.
A wedding may be limited by budget it does not have to be limited in any other way. A cheaper wedding can save the couple a few dollars, and still have the look and feel of a larger wedding. As the bride plans for the wedding, here a few other considerations for the big day.
As a general rule for a budget tight ceremony, less is more. Keep the theme for the ceremony simple but stylish and appropriate. Try narrowing down wedding colors down to one, if possible. Decorations in a multiple array of colors look pretty but are more complicated to coordinate and can be more expensive in the long run.
For wedding decor, try to keep those singular as well. A mixed bouquet of flowers may be beautiful but having different flowers arranged together is more costly. Do the Bride a Favor suggests that the bride choose an in season flower theme for the wedding, which is a better choice when it comes to spending.
The reception may be by far one of the more costly parts of the wedding. Facilitating an area for guests to eat heartily and enjoy themselves is not an easy task. For a reception at a venue, limiting course options is a better idea.
Do the Bride a Favor said, “Wedding receptions can have so many desserts. They're delicious but the guests can't eat them all. Just having the wedding cake as the only dessert choice for the evening is sometimes enough.” Since guests are not only eating but mingling and dancing as well, having an abundance of food is not really necessary. That is one way to save a little extra cash.
Don't forget gifts for the guest in attendance, a unique wedding favor. Edible treats, if not purchased, can be surprisingly easy to make. “Custom bridal chocolates that are ordered online or through a bridal store are not more difficult than any other chocolate to make at home.” Do the Bride a Favor continued, “Making the chocolate yourself is a great way to impress your guests.” For children in attendance, small toys like bouncy balls in cute decorative bags are a nice and inexpensive thank you.
A smaller wedding can be a tender and wonderful experience for everyone involved, without having to break the bank for the couple and their families.
About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor focuses on wedding planning news and ideas for the bride to be. We want to create a unique wedding experience for every person in attendance. We also contribute fun candy and gift ideas.
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