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To save money on decorating your ceremony location book a venue that is already decorated – consider having your ceremony at The Broadmoor near Christmas – they have tons of beautiful lights up for about 3 months every year! Many churches are also ornately decorated for the holiday season with large displays of flowers.

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To save money and have a greener wedding try using flowers and food that is in season. Also consider borrowing or renting everything that you can, rather than buying new. (Think about borrowing some family jewelry or a friend’s veil). Lastly, consider a venue with a ceremony space, reception space, and guest rooms all at the same facility or within walking distance of one another.

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One of the great things about an outdoor wedding is that you’ll get to bring in every aspect of design and function yourself – which means you’ll get to create exactly what you want from the ground up! Adding your own personal elements to your décor is not only fun, but also will make your wedding stand out!

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Destination weddings can be great for a number of reasons… it’s easier to relax before the wedding when you are already at your honeymoon location, additionally a shorter guest list makes for a cheaper and more intimate celebration, plus you can start your honeymoon immediately after your wedding!

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To save money on your wedding site try booking off-season or at odd hours or on days that aren’t as popular. Choosing to wed on a Friday or Sunday and opting for something less formal, like a dessert reception can really cut back on your costs. Lastly, consider hosting your wedding and reception “off the beaten path.” Rural locations usually cost much less than those in a big city!

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In the early stages of planning rank the aspects of your wedding that are most important to you (and your fiancé), then analyze the top 5 and write a realistic budget leaving enough cushion to support your top priorities. It will really help focus you in the early stages of planning; It is easy to get carried away when planning a wedding. Then begin researching and booking your top priorities. Also, don’t forget to let the people helping you know what your top priorities are, like your friends and family.