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10 Ways to Save $$$$

10 Best Ways to Cut Costs
{according to Mindy Weiss..with my 2 cents added}

1. Trim the guest list: the fewer guests--the fewer tables--the fewer centerpieces, the fewer expenses

2. Choose a gorgeous setting: this cuts down on the cost of decorations

3. Use a reception site that is already equipped with tables, chairs, flatware, and staff: save on delivery fees

4. Start the wedding earlier in the day: an early wedding means less food...unless you and your future spouse are foodies!

5. Limit the alcoholic offerings to wine, beer, and a signature cocktail ...or skip the alcohol altogether!

6. Move the wedding from Saturday to Sunday: or possibly to a weekday. Venues are less expensive during the week.

7. Eliminate the champagne toast: guests can raise their punch, water, or tea in your honor

8. Hire a DJ instead of a band. 

9. Opt for standard sized invitations: irregular shaped invitations cost more to ship.

10. Skip favors: unless they are spectacular, unusual, and usable. Otherwise, they will be thrown in the garbage by your guest (money literally in the garbage!)

I have more ways to save you money! 
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