Keeping it intimate! How to keep the wedding small and budget-friendly?
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How to keep the wedding small and budget-friendly?
There are definitely a lot of ways to keep your wedding small and budget-friendly. Like what we always say here, we help you plan your wedding planning!
To start, we suggest defining how “small” and “budget-friendly” mean to you.
What does “small wedding” mean to you? Does this mean you are inviting a maximum of 80 people? Or maybe 50 people? How many guests do you plan to invite?
How about “budget-friendly?” Is this within the range of $40-50k? Or maybe $20-30k?
Identifying the actual number that resembles a “small wedding” and “budget-friendly” is essential before planning.
In addition, the “how” part of this question is situational and circumstantial. There is no definite answer to this if we do not have all the information and understand your vision, budget, and wedding as a whole.
But of course, as per usual, how we can help you is by sharing creative and manageable guides and tips that we have curated so that it will be easier for you to pick up the “how” that will best apply to your situation.
Here are our top articles that will help you out:
- 21 creative ways to save money on your wedding
- Top 30 wedding hacks that will save you money
- How to plan a wedding with a small budget
- Easy wedding planning tips
In these guides, you will find that we’ve also included how to keep your wedding “small” – assuming this is the number of guests you would like to invite.
We are delighted to be able to share our insights! All the best! Happy Planning! xo
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