How to Pay for a Wedding

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Paying for a wedding can be done in a variety of ways, but allowing plenty of time to save up money and asking for contributions from family members can help with the costs. Pay for a wedding slowly over time with creative ideas from an event coordinator in this free video on weddings.

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Hi, I'm Becky Sosa with and I like to talk to you about how to pay for your wedding. There's lot of different ways to look at this. One of the things to do is give yourself time. Don't worry about rushing into your marriage. Give yourself at least two years for planning. The advantage is you can watch all of the sales that are coming up and buy most of your items at discounts. Check with vendors when are they going to be having their sales and you have time to wait and book them. Make sure you budget everything out. Don't just assume you're going to have enough. Talk to your florist. Find out the average cost of flowers. Talk to your DJ. Find out his average price is. Before you book them, make sure that you can afford it. You can pay for your wedding either out of your pocket, you can ask your parents to help pay for it, you can ask the groom's parents to help you pay for it or in like in many Latin America countries, they have sponsors where they divide up the different aspects of the wedding to different people within their family; cousins and aunts and good friends of the family as well and ask them to cover the cost of that particular item such as the flowers or the music. These are some of the ways that you can pay for your wedding.


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