Here are some more tips on how to have the wonderful wedding you always dreamed of but without worries about future bills possibly spoiling your happy day!
1 ) Hire a smaller band
The Harrison Jazz Ensemble, a jazz band based in the greater Tampa Bay area, is proud to help you with your unique needs for your special day by working with you on staying in your budget.
We can perform for you as quartet, as trio, as duo and even as a one man band, that sounds just like a whole band with a special set-up and including vocals as well, if that is desired from you.
2 ) Hire a band that can even provide the mic for the speeches and toasts.
Here again we can be helpful to arrange amplification for you as a one-stop-shop.
3 ) Choose greenery over flowers
With the gorgeous looks of foliage, which is on top of it in style right now, as decoration in church, on tables and more you can hardly go wrong.
4 ) Pick from the less expensive flower choices, by choosing the ones that are in season.
We have so many wonderful in season flowers to pick from, that we don’t necessarily need to pay for expensive exotic flowers to express ourselves on our special day.
5 ) Settle on only one or two different kinds of flowers
Using only one or two kinds of flowers together with foliage can give your decoration a very unique and totally in style look. As you will probably buy larger amounts of one flower kind you will very likely be able to get a discount.
6 ) Go with two different cakes for the cake cutting ceremony
Order a small cake for your special cake cutting ceremony and provide additional slices of cake for everyone from a large sheet cake in the kitchen. This way you have your wonderful symbolic cake cutting ceremony and everyone gets a piece of cake too, without the wedding cake putting an extra high expense on your budget.
7 ) Skip the champagne
Just have everybody say “cheers” with whatever drink they have at hand. As long as the drink bubbles and is drinkable, the good wishes most certainly won’t lose their power just because you don’t serve expensive champagne.
Happy celebrating on a tight budget!