This week starts a special 2-part series highlighting clever ways to save money on everything from decor, rental items, invitations, food & drinks, and even your venue.
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So many couples equate a higher price tag with a higher-quality end product or service, and that’s simply not always true. What’s even worse, that mentality can add up to spending tens of thousands of dollars more than necessary to host a memorable and meaningful wedding celebration.
The $10,000 dollar question is how can we develop an instinct for when it makes sense to invest more money for a higher quality experience, and when taking a less expensive route will be just fine – and that’s what we’re going to highlight in these two episodes!
Two of my ultimate priorities as a wedding professional are increasing QUALITY AND VALUE.
Lucky for all of us, there are opportunities to simultaneously maximize quality AND value literally everywhere, and I’ve chosen these wedding planning elements to share with you as examples of how to think differently about the amount of money that’s really necessary to spend to acheive your end goal, which of course is a beautiful, unforgettable wedding celebration.
For today, we’re focusing on one specific area where you can cut expenses and still maintain a beautiful end result, and it all starts with REUSING + REPURPOSING what you already have / own.
Tune in for so much more, and I’ll be back next week with Part Two!
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