Planning a Cheap But Nice Wedding

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Planning a cheap but nice wedding is possible by using readily available resources, such as someone's fancy backyard as a location, antique cake stands and platters and thrift store finds. Plan an inexpensive wedding that shows character and personality with creative ideas from an event coordinator in this free video on weddings.

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Hi, I'm Becky Sosa with stressfreeevents.net, and I'd like to talk to you about planning a cheap, but nice, wedding. One of the best ways to do this is to use the resources that are already available to you. See if you have a friend or family that has a really nice backyard that you could set chairs up in and hold your wedding there. Or maybe you have the...a church that you're available to use. Things like that that might not cost you as much. Parks are also an option that don't often cost very much, if anything at all. Often, it's just a deposit. As far as your decorations go and things like that, ask your family to help. Plan a vintage wedding -- that doesn't mean that you have to go out to the antique stores and buy everything they have, but find the things that are already in your family. And cakes -- this is a cake stand -- an anniversary cake stand. You could definitely borrow this from your grandmother. She probably has one like it. That way, you've got a very nice cake stand for your wedding that your cake can go on, but it didn't cost you anything. Also, look at thrift stores. See what they have. You might be able to find some wonderful things there, including your dress, that may not have even been worn and it'll be less than a quarter of the cost that you would normally plan. Think...take these things into consideration. Check with your family, see what they have to offer, pick a theme, and stick with it. These are ways to plan a nice, but cheap, wedding.

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