Getting married can be expensive, but how much money should you actually spend on your wedding?
If you are newly engaged then you might be overwhelmed by some of the costs you see when you contact potential wedding venues and wedding vendors. You might have no idea how much your budget should be, and it is something you should work out together as soon as you can.
Apart from a few necessary costs (the wedding license, venue and marriage certificates) a wedding can cost as little or as much as you want it to cost.
You could choose to elope together for a small fee or choose a luxury wedding for everyone you know and their families.
The thing about weddings is that you need to do you.
As long as your future spouse is on board it doesn’t matter how much you spend on a wedding.
There are ways to for you to cut back on your wedding spending and save money, and you need to remember to account for unexpected wedding costs that you might not have thought of.
How much should you spend on a wedding
The amount of money that you should spend on a wedding totally depends on you and your future spouse.
There are no hard and fast rules about how much your wedding should cost, and with creative thinking you can fit your dream wedding into whatever your budget. Whether it is making your own wedding flowers, getting married on a weekday or trimming the guest list, your dream wedding is within reach no matter what your budget is.
In short, there are no hard and fast rules about how much you should spend on your wedding.
What would your ideal wedding budget be?