How To Save on Wedding Decorations

Don’t let your wedding expenses get in the way of being engaged. Getting engaged is one of the most exciting things and you don’t want to balance it with negative energy by focusing on how much the wedding will cost (or go over budget). There are always ways to save, especially when it comes to wedding decorations. Instead of feeling like you can’t include many decorations due to the cost, get creative and find other ways to decorate your venue on a budget!

Holiday Weddings
If you’re planning on having your wedding close to a holiday, perhaps theme your celebration to that holiday! For example, if you’re having a mid-December wedding, find a venue that will already come decorated for the holidays. A hotel is a great place to look. Not only do they usually have seasonal décor up, but they would also be convenient accommodations for out-of-town guests. Your guests can stay right in the hotel where your wedding will be held!

Centerpieces
There are thousands of ideas out there for DIY centerpieces. Set some time aside to do a little bit of research and see if it sparks any ideas. Creating DIY centerpieces is a great way to save some cash. Keep them simple and clean but make them unique so your guests will remember!

Something Borrowed
Finding something to borrow from a family or friend’s wedding is a great way to save on wedding decorations. Whether it’s something sentimental from your parents’ wedding many years ago, or if it’s decorations from your friend’s wedding a few months ago, have fun with it. If you borrow something, try to find a way to put your own spin on it.

Simply Bridal
We’d like to thank our friends at Simply Bridal for writing today’s post!

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