It depends look at halls that are not listed in the magazine and just google halls in your area, it might even take a drive around your area sometimes thats where you find the cheapest but nice halls that comes with everything so one place to pay simply and nice also
I too am gettin married on sept. 18th 2010, and budget watching too, I am having an out door cermerony by a creek, using wood rounds spaced apart going down both sides of my isle with baskets of flowers sitting on top and draping tulle or something of that sort to connect them, I am making a cake stand made from a slab of wood also, you can see it at diy, type in rustic cake stand, it's very simple a sheap and looks adorable perfect for an outside wedding mine is in the woods so it is perfect. Best of luck and congrats
Hi I can give you some great tips based on theme and location for your bachlorette party, can be reached at email@example.com
Hi I am a party planner and have coordianted weddings and sweet 16 events. I am very reasonable and know how to work with budgets to give you a spectacular wedding. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am also getting married on September 18, 2010 and on a very tight budget. Not to mention the wedding is in fort lauderdale, an area that I am not familiar with, so I need and appreciate all the help that I can get. please email me at email@example.com. Thanks, and Congrats!!!!
anybody know of cheap INDOOR venues in austin texas?
You can learn to DIY pretty much anything on youtube. I made all my own ribbion roses, and bows. Made a fake cake and decorated it myself, I'll be serving cupcakes anyway. We save $500-$700 by not doing cake! But the feel and the visual will still be there. My invitations are pro, but my save the dates are DIY. Our centerpieces are simple and elegant, at $25 each. Linen rental and all the set up and tear down are included in our hall rental, so it's close to having a planner. EBAY is my best friend for DIY, but be sure to get thing that ship free of charge, or cheap.
im wedding planning searching and i had came across this i like what everyones saying but keep it simple and i would like to know in home bachlorette party planners give me message and information!!
the only real thing that sucks about back yard weddings is that they cost tooo much. think about it you have your dj cost of chairs tablecloths plates chair covers flowers then lighting thats 500 alone by itself then photographer and videographer the best way to go is just to have a church wedding then throw a small family get together party it saves so much on rentals if your on a budget my weddings in august its goin to be hot your wedding is in september just go simple as can be dont go out and buy thrivilous stuff thats were most of your money goes get married in a church or at the court house save your money for the real fun YOUR HONEYMOON thats were the big bucks need to go try to go as simple as can be it will pay off in the long run..
Nobody said you cant have a nice wedding on a budget. As far as dresses go, David's Bridal has great prices. Have you thought about making your own invitations. Michael's has great invitation kits. If you don't want to do "family backyard", city & neighborhood parks are very cost effective. I miss the midwest. An outdoor wedding with the fall colors would be beautiful. search the internet but dont use the word "cheap" in your searches, use inexpensive.
The posts on keeping it simple are right. Stay within what you can afford. Your guests are there to celebrate your wedding & I know for me the food, music all of that are not the important part. Do what you can. Make it what you want. You can go to a place like www.costco.com and order flower, invitations etc. that are great quality and reasonably priced. The center pieces can be made with a little creative thinking and a craft store nearby. Don't tax your budget, you want to enjoy this day!
May 22, 2010
Wow. I am planning a wedding for August and just started two weeks ago and also on a tight budget. My advice ignore majority of these posts that are looking for your business. Find a date you want. A venue you like (if outdoors rent a shelter). Forget all the little details, just start making desicions, concentrate on the ceremony... that's the important part. Don't look for the perfect solution, just look for a solution you will like.
People are disappointed with wedding because they expect too much. Just have a general idea of what you want and then make some decisions. Good way to cut costs, i-pod instead of dj. Shorten the guest list, find talented friends who can do some things (photos, flowers, cake...) Make decisions and forget about the little details
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I would research the internet for cheep wedding ideas.
projectwedding.com and do-it-yourself-weddings.com ... great cheap ideas I found a bunch I liked and just canged them a bit to fit my style..
I am here to help you, not only do I make Kustom Wedding Invitations, but I also threw my Wedding in my backyard and only spent 3,000 for everything. If I can help you with the Invitations (they range from .35 to 7.50 per Invitation) or you want to talk about deals and where you can get the best ones lets me know. firstname.lastname@example.org
May 4, 2010
Start watching some of the wedding shows such as David Tutera's my fair wedding. You can also apply to be on the show. While reading the comments (I am a total cheapskate) I am wondering why people don't buy flowers at Home Depot or other such place to use on their tables then plant them afterward. You would save a ton of money on floral and then have the flowers to remember. Also research any banquet rooms. My parents did theirs in a banquet room in a bowling alley. It worked. Make a fancy fake cake out of the styrofoam cubes with a layer of cake on top to cut into, then make regular cakes to actually serve that aren't all fancy and 500 bucks.
May 3, 2010
Have you already planned your bachlorette party? I do in-home parties and YOU get free stuff just for hosting one. One of the things I do for the soon-to-be bride is collect money from the guests to get you more free stuff too!
If you plan for a backyard wedding please be certain to have an alternate plan in case of bad weather.
May 3, 2010
just as long as the backyard isn't cheap looking or dreary. Noone wants to be walking around in new shoes with mud and muck sticking to them....
Afterhours is right. Backyard weddings can be very elegant. Statistics prove that guests are most likely to remember your entertainment rather than the place you held your reception. DJ can make or break your event. If you need any help please contact me. I will be more than happy to GIVE you any feedback you need. email@example.com
Check on the closest Firehall, Moose lodge, or elks lodge or community center. Or depending on if you have one and the size a garage can be turned into a beautiful wedding/reception place. I am not familiar with the area but willing to give any advise I can. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I was also thinking of that, but then especially in this area you never know what the weather will bring.
There's nothing wrong with a backyard wedding.
April 29, 2010
I am not in your area, but would be willing to do all of your coordination until, and possibly fly in for day of set up and follow through... Contact Katherine from Paisley Events at email@example.com
As a relatively new event and wedding planning company, we offer very affordable rates and would be more than happy to set up a consultation at your earliest convenience.
you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be more than happy to assist you.
I tried that, they are all too expensive.
Best suggestion, contact a wedding planner/coordinator in your area.