Super Smart Ways to Save Money on Your Wedding
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Wedding season is here, and we thought it would a fun change of pace to talk about Super Smart Ways to Save Money on Your Wedding.
This week’s video panel included: Jessica Bishop– Budget Wedding Expert and Founder of The Budget Savvy Bride, Sandy Smith– Personal Finance Blogger and recent bride who funded her wedding for $5,000, Rod Griffin – Director of Public Education at Experian, and Mike Delgado – Social Media Community Manager at Experian.
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Questions We Discussed:
- Q1: Once a couple gets engaged, what’s the best starting point for planning the wedding?
- Q2: How should a couple go about deciding how much they are going to spend on their wedding?
- Q3: How can a couple save money on the venue/location?
- Q4: What’s the best way to save money on wedding invitations?
- Q5: What are some inexpensive flower/décor options?
- Q6: How can a couple save money on food/drinks/cake?
- Q7: What are some tips to help accelerate your savings before the wedding?
- Q8: How can the wedding party save money on their attire?
- Q9: What are some common mistakes people make when planning a wedding on a budget?
- Q10: What are your final tips for saving money on a wedding?
Highlights From This Week’s Chat on SlideShare:
This Week’s #CreditChat Storified:
Pulling Off a $5,000 Wedding
Wedding Budget Tips
Browse Real Weddings By Budget
DIY Projects to Save You Money
Free Printables to Download For Your Wedding
Wedding Flower Alternatives
Rent the Runway Vow to be Chic
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