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How to Throw Together a Wedding on a Budget

Weddings can be a magical experience whether you’re going to be in one or behind the scenes putting it together. However, guests seldom know the amount of work and sweat that goes into putting this beautiful occasion together. If you’re going to be planning a wedding sometime soon and have a limited budget, you may be wondering where exactly to start. The good news is that it can be done if you have the right tools. Continue reading if you want to find out how you can throw together a wedding on a budget.

Use Technology

Before you begin throwing together a wedding on a budget, it would be good to use all of the resources you can. In this technological age, there is usually an app or tool for almost everything, so make the most of it! You don’t have to do everything on your own, and it could help improve efficiency. Some ideas for tech you may want to try for wedding planning include:

Pinterest: When planning a wedding, you’re going to need a lot of inspiration, as well as help coming up with themes and concepts. Pinterest is an excellent tool for this, so download the app. You can create mood boards as well as draw inspiration to help with the visual side of things.

Online Gift Registries: Another great tool you can use to help plan a wedding on a budget is an online gift registry. It will save the bride and groom a lot of hassle as there will be no need to collect physical gifts on their big day. It’s also a way to ensure they get the items they need to start their new life. A trick is to set it up as early as possible so that guests have time to make purchases.

All Set: If you need help with the wedding floor plan, this is an excellent tool to try. This software is easy to use and helps with both guest lists and seating arrangements. It may be a life-saver as this could typically take you hours and several headaches to get done on your own.


If you want your guests to have the best experience possible, it’s crucial that you outsource some of the tasks. This is where vendors come into play as you pay them to take a weight off your shoulders. However, if you’re on a budget, you may not be able to get vendors for everything, meaning you might have to pick and choose. You could, for instance, decide to get mobile bartenders to help with the drinks but opt to handle decorating on your own.

Keep it Simple

Just because you’re on a budget, it doesn’t have to mean that the wedding you put together looks cheap! The goal should be to keep it simple and look for hacks that will allow you to achieve a classy yet affordable outcome. For instance, you may decide to hold the ceremony at home or outdoors to keep the venue costs low. Another idea could be to go with minimal flowers seeing as they can be relatively expensive.

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