Don’t Flush Away All Your Money On Your Big Day!

One of the biggest costs in our lifetime is our wedding. After all, we spend around £20k on the big day. Everything from the dress to the wedding car can cost you a small fortune. And it can leave a lot of couples in debt as they enter married life. In fact, it can delay things like starting a family or even buying a property. However, there are some ways you can be more mindful of funds. In fact, here are some tips to ensure you don’t flush away all your money on your big day.

Find ways to cut costs

It’s easy to spend way more than you have to on the big day. After all, you might get hooked by a certain supplier who is offering gorgeous designer dresses that you love. Or might have great items like photo booths and candy carts for the evening entertainment. But you need to make sure you are not actually spending way more than you have to on the big day. After all, there might be a supplier out there who will charge you a lot less for similar things. And then you can save some money on your big day. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to look around at different prices to ensure you can cut some costs of the wedding. And don’t be afraid to go down the DIY route instead of paying out a fortune if you are looking for ways to cut costs. After all, you might be able to make just as good favours for a lot less. And you can cut corners by making the invitations instead by looking on sites like After all, handmade invites can look more authentic and will be memorable. And ultimately, you can save some of your funds!

Ask family and friends to help

A lot of couples think it’s necessary to pay out for everything for their big day. After all, they want to show they are independent and ready for married life. But if you do not accept others help, it will mean you flush away all your savings. And then you might struggle to be able to afford to buy anything substantial for the next couple of years. Therefore, it’s time to ask your family and friends for help. Both sets of ‘rents will likely be happy to give a financial contribution towards the big day. And probably haven’t mentioned it so far as they didn’t want to interfere! Therefore, don’t hesitate to ask to ensure you don’t go bust paying for your big day. And while friends and family might not be able to financially contribute, they might help with finding cheap suppliers. Or they might be able to help you to make things like wedding decor to take the pressure of you finding someone to pay to make them!

Protect money spent on your big day

When you are shedding out so much money for your wedding, you need to be extra careful with the funds. After all, you don’t want to spend a couple of thousand on a supplier who is not legitimate. Therefore, you need to make sure you do some checks before you buy anything for the big day. Ensure you get a proper receipt which proves you paid out the funds. And make sure you get a thorough quote, so you know what’s left to pay. After all, you don’t want them to come back to you with hidden costs at the end. It’s also a good idea to set up some insurance to keep your money safe. You can look on sites like for wedding insurance which can protect your funds. That way, if a supplier went under, you could make a claim to ensure your money is not flushed away! And if you or your partner was sick, you can be reimbursed and plan another big day.

Create a budget and stick to it

You also need to make sure you stick to a good budget for your big day. After all, a lot of people go out and just spend on items for their wedding. But then it can soon add up to a number which is out of control. And then the bride and groom to be are left paying it off for months after the wedding. Therefore, before you start buying anything for the big day, you need to sit down with your partner and create a budget. That way, you know exactly how much you can spend on each part of the wedding. Then you can ensure you don’t go over this amount to keep your funds intact!

And remember that it’s only one day. So you should be careful not to spend too much on the wedding!

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