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August 15, 2012
How many people are you having and what is the date of the event?
August 15, 2012
I really see this so often "We are on a budget"...All weddings should be on a budget! Some are small and others large. It is only smart to decide how much you will spend and stick to it. It may not be best to go "all inclusive" unless you want all the services they offer. If you pay for something you don't want or could do without, that is not good use of the funds. It is best to create a budget that lays out each area of the wedding and how much you want to allocate for each area. You have to have an officiant and the rest is "icing". You can adjust as needed, too. For example, if you allocated $1000 for a dress and only spent $300, you can put the savings into the honeymoon fund or toward more photography, etc. You need to know what are your priorities.
August 15, 2012
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Try staying at a reasonably priced beachfront resort. Get married on the gulf, have your reception outdoros on the sand as well. I just shot a wedding where they rented tables, used the sand, brought their own linens, etc, and had a caterer bring a Mexican buffet. It was a fun, elegant affair. I've seen a couple rent a condo and prepare a wedding buffet themselves for their guests after the ceremony. Depends on how small or large of an event you are planning. Many parks will allow that kind of party as well.
Good luck with your planning.
Patricia Horwell Photography
August 19, 2012
Hello Trini, I emailed you some detailed information, in response to your query,kindly let me know if you received it? email@example.com
We are planning for 7/13/13 and about 120-130 guests! So far we have found a couple places but they don't want you bringing in outside catering or drinks which makes everything so much more. I think once we find a venue everything else will fall into place.
yes we do need a place to have the ceremony and reception. We may have found one for the reception but still looking for better deals if possible.
Dear Trinigirl78 & hubby to be!
Congrats! I do custom digital invites and printed material. When you have a chance and know your destination, email at firstname.lastname@example.org I could custom make:
* Invites with envelopes & return address labels
* Thank you magnet favors with your photo - comes with thank you cards & envelope
* Wedding banner
* Bride T shirt, Groom Cap
$275 including shipping
Here's a bunch of places I found on line:
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Didn't see your email, do try again. Yes, great resources for table decor! You should also become a member of WeddingBee.com They have a lot of brides selling their used items with a great savings to you. But, of course, I'd be willing to help with your decor as I do have some good resources that have great deals, depending upon what you are looking for. email@example.com Best! Lise
We recently hosted a wedding where all of the decorating and favors were put together by the family. It was one of the most beautiful weddings Ive seen and the bride was absolutely glowing and teary eyed in appreciation to her family. Good luck!
November 1, 2012
I would be happy to give you a budget quote on wedding invitations. You can email me your wedding colors and quantity needed and I will email you pricing and free samples.
Dawn email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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im on a 1500 BUDGET FOR my wedding cermony and recepton Where Or who will help me with all that
I still Need Music,Decor,Set up Take downs Photos ivations
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December 15, 2012
Hello I'm on a tight budget $1500 for ceremony and reception I live in Orange County CA only have around 60 guest still need Music and decor pls email me @ email@example.com if you know anyone that can help
I'm not from your area, but you should do an appetizer/sweets table at a nice local lounge or restaurant. With your low budget, it would be impossible to have a formal reception, but you could still have lots of fun!
If you need inexpensive invites, I can design those for you. For $75 I can do 50 invites, matching thank you cards and 50 thank you favor magnets (you need to send me a nice, clear photo of you and your fiance). email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am on a very small budget. So I wanted to know if anyone who has been recently married had purchased alot of weddings supplies and wants to sell them pretty cheap. I don't have a for sure date yet bc we are gonna go to the justice of the peace soon but later when we get a little money saved have a small wedding for our loved ones to attend.
January 6, 2013
I am an event planner and alot of the stuff that you need I have in inventory and will make your money stretch along way email me at Shaina_hardy@yahoo.com and we can discuss your needs.
Look forward to hearing from you soon...
What kind of wedding supplies are you looking for? Are you looking for centerpieces? Wedding Invitation? Wedding Favors? Cake Toppers? Edible Wedding Favors? Wedding Lanterns? Aisle Runners? Thank You Notes? Bridal Jewelry?
Sometimes, the dollar stores might be your new best friend in planning a wedding for certain decorations and in making your own centerpieces.
But, you have to keep in mind if you do use less expensive items they should still look elegant for your wedding. Have a crafty family member help you if you decide to DIY.
Even if you do approach a wedding supplier, always ask if they have any specials or discounts they can give you. It doesn't hurt to ask, even if they don't mention one from the beginning. We know lots of us are on a budget in planning a wedding or any special event. That's why Mona's Chocolates tries their best to work with the customer's budget. We helped a bride purchase all her wedding accessories, favors and gifts. She was so grateful to find one place to offer her everything she wanted and saving her lots of money too.
I wish you all best of luck in finding what you are looking for with the budget you have on hand.
January 31, 2013
Is there anyone that can do reasonably priced ticket stub invitations? We are having about 120 guests so we may need about 70 invites. I have seen some on etsy.com but they are too much for us. Please email me at email@example.com if you can. Thanks!
Hi, I would be happy to give you some really nice party favor ideas that will not break the budget. Give me a call at 866-646-8269. I think you will be surprised at what I have that will amaze your guest.
February 27, 2013
Hi Denise... I have an awesome planner that will come to u...her name is Jacqui...her # is 19728228535 tell her Shelley from Tamparecommendedher to u....hope she can help!!!
Planning a wedding on a budget is what all brides do. The first step honestly is to select a budget that is reasonable and then stick to it. The easiest way to go over budget is the guest list. If you would not take this person out to dinner and spend 20 or more on their food they do not need to be invited to the wedding. There are 4 things that need to be left to the professionals everything else you can do it yourself if you choose. 1. Photography 2. Coordination of the wedding 3. DJ (iPhones and iPods are forbidden) 4. Catering. Check out our blog for more information about weddings on a budget.
Unique SIGnature Events
Hi Sasha! I am an event planner available for weddings in northern Georgia. Let me know if you have any questions or if I can help in any way!
The Dolce Design
April 22, 2013
hello, i am teresa and i am getting married in february 22, 2014 and i find my reception place. but i am looking for affordable place to have my wedding. i am also interesting in anyone have items to sell to me from there wedding for cheap. i am in need of everything. i will appreciate anyone info concerning this. thank you in advance.
running out of time-August wedding, greenwood, INarea-daughter on disability due to motorcycle accident-very limited budget due to her past medical bills, father terminal heart patient-approx 200 people, want cash bar-no catering, have our own DJ and photographer set-daughter refused to get married until she could walk without walker-crutches-surgery #15-knee replacement at 28 yrs old-back broken in 4 places, knee broken in 3 places, multiple compound fractures to lower leg, ankle shattered and foot crushed and car left the scene! It has been 3 long years and she is finally in agreement to marry the love of her life. I am so strapped but trying to give her the most I can for my money-help!!!
Hi wilderness. I am a wedding planner, and I would be happy to gve you some tips and answer any wedding planning or budgeting questions that you have. Feel free to email/call at (334) 521-2254 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dolce Design
I'm trying to plan my wedding on a budget of 5000 as well not including my dress I really need help date is January 11,2014 in
fayetteville nc PLEASE HELP!
Many people it seems are looking for High Quality and/or special rates or discounts. My advice would be to decide WHEN the wedding would be, and maybe have the reception at someone's home. I have DJ'd a wedding reception last August in a cul de sac and it was one of the BEST I have done!
NO rental fees for your own neighborhood, and the entire block can help with the decorating!
As far as DJ's and/or music, you'd want to confer with the local city laws and ordinances. Many places don't allow outdoor music after a certain time, usually 10pm.
Either way, you'd definitely have a LOT more fun going that route if you are terribly strapped with cash!