In this day and age the average engaged couple can spend upwards of $30,000 on their wedding. It’s a hefty price tag for your special day. If you don’t want to break the bank paying for your wedding, here are some money-saving tips for planning your wedding.
Tip #1: Shop Discount Wedding Dresses
Brides Against Breast Cancer
Radisson Hotel Whittier
7320 Greenleaf Avenue
Whittier, CA 90602
Aug. 17, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Brides Against Breast Cancer is a fund-raising event that provide brides-to-be with an opportunity to find their dream gown (at an incredible savings), while contributing to services that providing support, education and hope to men and women affected by breast cancer.
Tip #2: Save On Bridesmaids Dresses
Wholesale Wedding Gowns
16742 Stagg Street
Van Nuys, CA 91406
Wholesale Wedding Gowns offers a money back guarantee on all their dresses and you can purchase off the rack. They offer more than 100 styles at budget prices. They also have “Special Sale Gowns” starting at just $99. You can find great bridesmaids dresses at this shop.
Tip #3: Cut Catering Costs
17410 Ventura Blvd
Encino, CA 91316
Restaurants like Versailles offer catering for special events. It’s much more cost effective to have your favorite restaurant cater your wedding, rather than hiring a caterer.
Tip #4 Score Special Discounts At Bridal Shows
Unveiled Bridal Style Events/plan A events
457 North Canon Drive, Suite C
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
At Bridal shows you can discover and uncover a wealth of bridal knowledge and get amazing discounts and deals from the vendors being showcased. Often wedding Vendors offer special discounts to only those attending bridal shows. Unveiled Bridal Events are endorsed by Martha Stewart Weddings and Vera Wang. You definitely want to check out one of their amazing bridal events.
Tip #5: Book An All-Inclusive Wedding Location
The Highland Springs Resort
10600 Highland Springs Ave
Cherry Valley, CA 92223
At an all inclusive wedding location like The Highland Springs Resort you can get the venue, catering, the cake and the food for the fraction of the price you would normally pay for an entire wedding.