Financially Surviving Wedding Season as a Guest

According to the New York Times, the average wedding guest spends nearly $900 to partake in the festivities. That price tag can make your wallet want to say, “I don’t!” — especially if your wedding season dance card is full. But don’t worry. Here are a bunch of money-saving hacks from an article originally posted at HiCharlie.com so you can catch the bouquet without breaking the bank! Set a Budget and Prioritize Take a peek at your finances and determine exactly how much you can spend on the occasion without wreaking havoc on your budget. Once you have a figure in mind, it’s time to create a spending plan. You can stay near the venue in style, rival the bride for beauty, or be the best gift giver ever — but you may not be able to afford to do it all. If.

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Gift It Out With Style for your special event!

Bachelorette/Bachelor parties, friend trips, family trips, destination weddings all are trips that you plan for and the VIPs tend to get a gift. The bash could be one day or multiple days and no matter what amount of planning you or one of the attendees forget something needed for the bash. How do you prevent this from occurring? How can you pre plan for this? Don't Stress - Let's Make a Plan So first and foremost, let's make a list of what you need for your day or trip. Know what would make things easier. After looking at your list make a decision on picking something that you know your friends or family wouldn't think of to bring. Or just something that all in all would make the excursion seamless. Order the Necessities Knowing ahead of time what you want and ordering or purchasing.

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Your Registry: What You Should and Should Not Add

Planning your wedding can be a chaotic time with a seemingly endless amount of items on your to-do list. After you’ve chosen the date, venue and narrowed down the guest list, it’s time to create your wedding registry. This will make it easier when you do create your wedding website and send out those invitations. While creating your registry can sound tedious, it’s actually an important step for you and your fiancé to begin planning your married life together. However, there are a few things that you should and shouldn’t be adding. Should Add: Items for Both of You Unlike most other occasions in our lives, the gifts given to us for our wedding are not solely for individual use. Eliminate any issues your future spouse may have with what you were gifted by registering together..

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