As you start to plan your big day second guessing is totally normal. I planned my big day in 100 days, so I had just a touch of this. For you other brides, here are somethings to look out for.
The Most Important Money Saving Tips.....
1. You will save yourself an enormous amount of money if you get married during the off-season months of January, February, March and November.
2. Getting married on any other of the week other than Saturday.
3. There is no official name for this disease but many brides get it.
>1st Symptom - around 3 months before your wedding, you'll begin to second-guess your decisions.
>2nd Symptom - You'll get scared and think about what you can do to make your wedding better or more unique.
>3rd Symptom - Then you'll ask friends, family, co-workers and anyone that will listen to you, about what they think of your new ideas.
>4th Symptom - and most dangerous…you make a few phone calls and start up-grading a few of your packages.
The Cure - stick to your original budget. As the wedding draws near, your emotions take over…ignore them.
Vendors are well aware of the disease. That's why every contract allows for you to upgrade a package at any time but there are rarely loopholes for downgrading.
Keep your cool and surround youself with level headed frugal people that have your best interest at heart.
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