Flowers, Food, Venue, Photography, Videography
When considering your wedding, remember the ephemeral nature of things. The day will come and go, but you’ll have your memories (and photos!) to cherish forever. With that in mind, don’t be afraid to splurge on items like photography and videography. These are investments that will last a lifetime.
On the other hand, things like flowers and food are important, but they’re not going to last. So, if you’re trying to save money, you may want to cut back in these areas. For example, instead of hiring a florist, you could ask friends and family to help with arrangements. Or, you could opt for simple centerpieces that won’t cost a fortune.
At the end of the day, your wedding is about you and your fiance. So, make sure to allocate your budget in a way that reflects your priorities and style. With a little planning, you can have the wedding of your dreams without breaking the bank!