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Guest January 26, 2012
hi im getting married in july,i have 70 guest an am pregnant will gave birth in march..im in montreal quebec an have no family here,im so stressed an eed help our budget is 10,000 dollars or less,i need help on how to stary planning an have an affordable wedding
candice2012candice2012Posts: 1 January 26, 2012
Wholesale shopping is the best koyalweddigs planning.com and Amazon.com
Guest January 26, 2012
Congratulations my name is Maribel from flowers by g Bella
My suggestion to you is to try to find vendors who are willing to work within your budget
Guest January 26, 2012
thanks,thats y i signed up here,i dont know where to start,
Guest January 26, 2012
Make a list of the things you will need for your event as for example location, dress, flowers etc and search for vendors
DrRonShapiroDrRonShapiroPosts: 349 January 26, 2012
Hi Guest,

On January 4, 2011 there was an almost identical posting. There are lots of responses there. Please check it out. The URL is: http://www.eventective.com/forum/topic1540-wedding-in-july-2011.aspx also check out:

Rev Ann Fuller posted a forum a while back which may be very helpful to you: http://www.eventective.com/forum/topic1410-ideas-for-inexpensive-venues.aspx.

Finally, I'd recommend reading through some of the other forums here.

I think you will find the answers to many initial questions.

Come back with more specific questions or contact one of the other planners or myself directly if we can be of help.

Have a great wedding.

Ron
Ronald G. Shapiro, PhD
Education by Entertainment
Guest January 26, 2012
thanks everyone,my bridal party is set.but nothing else,hope i find the answers i need
Guest January 27, 2012
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Guest January 27, 2012
See, hear and read what our customers are saying about us: http://www.xceedentertainment.com/Testimonials%20and%20Reviews.htm
Guest January 27, 2012
just write everything down, you want, and check online resoures, and references, and go from there,,,Congrats
AsYouWishSpecialEventsPlanningAsYouWishSpecialEventsPlanningPosts: 5 January 27, 2012
Hi there,
We offer a DIY Planner type of package that might be able to assist you - you would still book everything but we put it all together for you (basically anytime you book someone you just fire their info over to us and we organize everything) - we think we can definately help so if you want more info either check out our website or give us a quick email (everything for the DIY is done over email and phone). Best of luck in your planning!
IdealPhotographyIdealPhotographyPosts: 3 January 27, 2012
Would love to assist you. I live in Bozeman, Montana. We, Paul and Pamela Bussi are photographers, event planners and graphic designers. Send me a note at: pamela@pamelabussi.com. I can send you some great info. FREE!!!!
JoyfulPromisesOfficiantsJoyfulPromisesOfficiantsPosts: 82 January 27, 2012
Congratulations! My best advice is to visit your local bookstore or library and hit the wedding planning section. There will be dozens of books on how to plan your wedding, weddings on a budget, etc. They will each discuss where to start, your options for what elements you can include, a timeline for getting things done, etc. Pick the book that seems to have the approach that suits you, take a deep breath, and relax. You can do this!

Good luck with your planning, and best wishes!

Marti Barton, Officiant
Joyful Promises
http://www.joyfulpromises.com
Guest January 27, 2012
You may want to secure your venue first, especially if you desire a specific date in July. Other couples from Montreal have experienced a memorable wedding overlooking Lake George, NY... not too far from you. Check out www.HighlandsCastle.com. And 'Friends of the Castle' can help you with every detail to fit your budget.
kandkfloralskandkfloralsPosts: 41 January 27, 2012
Unique wedding favors and place card holders at http://www.etsy.com/shop/KandKFloralandDesign
kandkfloralskandkfloralsPosts: 41 January 27, 2012
I agree, finding your wedding and reception venues is the first thing I would do. Once you have these two venues lined up, you can begin to plan everything else.
CharlestonWeddingPhotographersCharlestonWeddingPhotographersPosts: 11 January 27, 2012
You have a great budget.....more than many brides. Start a list. Decide on a theme. Go to your local arts and crafts stores or local Wal Mart. DO THINGS YOURSELF. There are tons of creative and beautiful things that a 10 yr. old child could create to beautify your wedding day. Table settings like flowers in a wine glass floating in colored water. You can buy wine glasses at the dollar store! You do need to set a theme to get things going.
For pictures to give you ideas check our site: http://www.charlestonweddingphotographers.com
avett807768avett807768Posts: 1 January 29, 2012
thanks everyone i do have theme...its aqua,blue ,white an sliver...i just get the floral arrangement done,im working on invitations,its all about the venue for my reception is my biggest concern..flower girl basket an everything else is in oreder..thanks everyone well appreciated
DrRonShapiroDrRonShapiroPosts: 349 January 29, 2012
Congratulations Avette27!!!!

Let us know how the venue selection works out. Don't hesitate to ask if you have questions.

Ron
Ronald G. Shapiro, PhD
Education by Entertainment
Guest February 6, 2012
Congratulations! If your planning on having live music.... www.ellisayres.com
greenhillgreenhillPosts: 31 March 20, 2012
Hey my warm wishes for your wedding and you have a healthy and cute baby.The best plan to do cost cutting is to go for online marketing.Are you planning for any ball dance event or any live music sort of thing.If you wouldn't had any specific location priority then i would have suggested you to look forward to Calamigos Ranch because my cousin had her big day function over there. www.calamigos.com. You can have a look.
Guest March 23, 2012
Hi Avette! Are you still looking for a venue? I have the perfect place for you. Send me an e-mail cstarr.fino@gmail.com and I can send you pictures and menus. In the meantime, you can see some outdoor dining pictures here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.289326811128132.68914.138170782910403&type=3
jane.844864jane.844864Posts: 1 March 23, 2012
I am looking for an affordable venue in greater Houston.We live in Baytown, so League City may be a good fit. Everything is so expensive. 150 people.
DJCatstirDJCatstirPosts: 1 March 28, 2012
I am with SDKK DJ Services and also SLP Event Planners.
What type of budget are you working with. I would be glad to make them and send them to you.

Let me know
MyOnlineWeddingHelpMyOnlineWeddingHelpPosts: 10 April 10, 2012
Congratulations! There are several approaches to planning a wedding with limited funds:

Strategy 1) Know how to save on wedding products--search online for a larger selection and better price, plus coupons, sales & discounts.

Strategy 2) Start with a wedding plan that includes the budget, who is paying for what, a detailed timeline / checklist, and a way to track spending by category.

Strategy 3) Choose a unique and inexpensive venue. Unique venues--such as farms, unused warehouses, and basements--can be big money savers.

Strategy 4) Decide what type of vendors to hire and find those that fit your needs. Know your own strengths when planning a big event and understand the value & quality each experienced professional adds to your dream wedding.

(Resources for #1 and #2 are on MyOnlineWeddingHelp.com )
Sandr489071Sandr489071Posts: 22 May 1, 2012
Go to www.yourweddinggirl.com. We can help you with your wedding invitations and give you a discount. If you are interested in any other items such as favors, cake topper, accessories for you or wedding gifts we can work something out and give you additional discounts. Call me or e-mail me at 800-632-9640 x3 or sandra@yourweddinggirl.com

By the way, we are also having a contest if you are interested. WIN A BRIDE-TO-BE SASH OF YOUR CHOICE AND BACHELORETTE PINS/BUTTONS....TO ENTER GO TO:
http://www.facebook.com/wedding.invitations.favors
Sandr489071Sandr489071Posts: 22 May 1, 2012
jane.bergeron wrote:
I am looking for an affordable venue in greater Houston.We live in Baytown, so League City may be a good fit. Everything is so expensive. 150 people.


Hi, I am located in League City and although I don't know your budget I will give you a few names and you can call them for info. Tell them YourWeddingGirl.com sent you. If you need wedding invitations, favors or accessories, call me for FREE consultation. I will definitely work with your budget. Sandra.. 800-632-9640 x3 or sandra@yourweddinggirl.com
My site is http://www.yourweddinggirl.com... You can also check out our local preferred vendor list at http://www.yourweddinggirl.com/weddinglinks.html

1. Jennifer Alcorta with Envisioned Events by Jenn- she is awesome and can definitely work with you. #(832) 423-2964
Tell her your budget and she can give you an idea of what it doable and where.

2.Butlers Courtyard #281-557-5551 They do amazing work but I don't know their prices.

3.Tad Akers #(281) 338-9090 They are good as well but I also don't know their prices.

By the way, we are also having a contest if you are interested. WIN A BRIDE-TO-BE SASH OF YOUR CHOICE AND BACHELORETTE PINS/BUTTONS....TO ENTER GO TO:
http://www.facebook.com/wedding.invitations.favors
crees869703crees869703Posts: 1 May 2, 2012
please help me we are an older couplein our 60's, want a very small weeding family amd close friends part of about 20-25 total live in amarillo tezas
JoyfulPromisesOfficiantsJoyfulPromisesOfficiantsPosts: 82 May 7, 2012
To creese3636: You might get more of a response if you started your own topic, rather than posting on this one, which has a different focus than yours.

Good luck! smile
Guest May 16, 2012
Holiday Inn in Houma will work with you budget. Please call 985-601-4500
salom881237salom881237Posts: 1 May 22, 2012
Hello my name is Soki. I'm getting married in July the 29th. I've been calling for different halls in windsor, and can't find any hall where I'll be allowed to bring my own cater, and drinks. I'm doing my own catering because of financial situation. Is there something you can help me with? thanks

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