Saving money on your big day can seem like a daunting task. It is important to consider making smaller changes to make a larger impact in the overall budget of the wedding.
1. Pick a non-weekend date or get married during off season.
Wedding venues have various rates for weekday vs weekend and off season or busy season. If you are open to having a Friday night wedding at the tail end of off season, you would be looking at saving a large chunk of change.
2. Second hand gowns are a great way to save a pretty penny on your wedding day.
Buying a brand new gown comes at a premium and can make a larger dent in the wedding budget. Instead, opt for a once loved wedding gown.
Loved Twice Bridal takes the guesswork out of shopping once loved designer gowns by offering professional guidance on all of our gowns. Our gowns range from $2,000-$18,000 and are 25-75% off of their original price. Our curated collection of gowns means brides do not have to sacrifice style, quality or customer service when shopping online. In addition to a tenured stylist to answer all your questions, you can confidently buy a gown through our try at home program. With a deposit (+shipping), brides are sent their potential gown for three days to ensure they feel confident about buying a wedding gown online
3. Use a wedding website instead of wedding invitations
A gorgeous save the date would have all the necessary information for your guests to know while avoiding the need for large envelope stamps and return labels. Create a wedding website and add a QR code to the save the date so your guests can be kept up to date on the latest wedding details.
There are plenty of other ways to save a few dollars as you plan for your big day. Either way, just remember to not sweat the small things and truly enjoy the special moments.