I know it sounds counter intuitive, but tip one: hire a wedding planner. They're expensive, but they're worth every penny. A wedding planner will help you save money. How? By talking sense into your crazy bride self.
I am the first to admit I had 300 photos on my
In case you didn't catch on, I loved my planner, Jamie of A Savvy Event. She was kind enough to sit down in an interview. Read her great responses!
A Savvy Event: Pinterest. There are so many things brides want, and either it doesn’t fit in the budget, or doesn’t match their overall look. All too often, I see brides forgo on important things because they start focusing too much on a single image they saw on Pinterest. It’s better for a couple to allocate their budget to achieve an overall look and feel, than to focus too much on a single aspect of the design. My best advice? Never skimp on a great DJ, lighting, or flowers just to get that Pinterest project done.
What do you think is the most helpful resource for brides during the planning process?
A Savvy Event: Their wedding planner, of course, (and I’m not just saying that because I am one)! A wedding planner has the background, the contacts, and the resources to help their clients get everything they need, and at the best price.