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HOW TO DETERMINE YOUR WEDDING BUDGET

Updated: May 17, 2021


Are you thinking about how to determine the budget for your wedding day? or trying to figure how much it cost?

Wedding day is one of the most unforgettable moments for both man and women, A magical moment to face and will make promises in front of God were family and your love ones will witness all of the solemn vows.

but before all of that let's become realistic and determine how it cost to achieve those magical moments or see if is it swack on your budget.


5 STEPS TO DETERMINE YOUR BUDGET

01 WIDEN YOUR MIND SETTING


  • Catering Services

  • Videographer or Photographer

  • Venue and Ceremony

  • Honeymoon

  • Wedding planner

  • Wedding Transportation

  • Wedding cake

  • Wedding rings

02 THE KIND OF WEDDING YOU WANT







Remarkable choices on your big day

























03 CALCULATE YOUR VISITANT COUNT


Fixing and measuring your guest count is one of the first steps you should take when it comes to planning your wedding, staying on track throughout the whole process. Decide on the guest count and remember to set the new normal ordinance that has been implemented due to the pandemic by social distancing, then settle your budget, and then start ensuring your dream wedding!

The general rule is always to invite family first. Remember that the guests at your wedding are your “witnesses,” so they should be family and private companions whom you consider and will linger in touch with for many years.


04 DO YOUR RESEARCH



You can ask the most recent couples that they may offer you good quality services and affordable prices such as venue, catering services, hotels, etc. get some ideas on how they handle or get through in the big day of their lives or maybe you search for relevant websites, links, and pages for a wedding package that fit on your budget.


05 BEWARE HIDDEN WEDDING COSTS.


Here are a few common items that brides might not consider ahead of time: beauty treatments, bachelorette party, marriage license, night-before hotel room, welcome bags, vendor meals (yes, you have to feed your waiters, your planner, et cetera), and overtime costs.






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