Planning a Wedding on a Small Budget

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Planning a wedding on a small budget can be done using a bride share method, where two brides split the cost of decorations, flowers or chair rentals. Consider having a wedding on a non-weekend to cut costs with creative ideas from an event coordinator in this free video on weddings.

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My name is Becky Sosa with StressFreeEvents.net. And I'd like to talk to you about planning a small budget wedding. There's a few ways to do this. The first idea I'd like to introduce to you is, Bride Share. You may not be familiar with it. There's several ways to go about using Bride Share. You can either get on a local web board. Possibly your local newspaper, even. And search for brides having weddings some what yours. Or you can use a wedding coordinator or wedding planner. Talk with him and find their brides. That are having weddings similar to yours. Find someone that's having the same color. And then, you guys can split the cost of your wedding. It's things like table linens, chair sachets and things like that are easily split. Where you pay only half of the cost. The other bride pays half of the cost. And you get all of the linens. It's a wonderful way to cut your budget. The thing to consider, when you're having your wedding. Friday nights and Saturdays are definitely big wedding days. And the venues know it. Most places jack their prices up. Consider having a Sunday wedding or maybe a Thursday evening. Your guests still have the time to get here. They'll still be able to enjoy the weekend with you. But at the same time, you've cut your cost dramatically. Don't forget, there's always thrift stores, Goodwills and places like that. To see what you can find to help cut your costs. It's o.k. to use things that somebody else has used. That are still in great shape.

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