Post # 16
We are hopefully. So far we’ve booked a cute little barn venue for $1600. Photog for $550. Dress was $200 on sale sale. DJ and officiant.. Free. Will do Etsy for invitations and Costco for flowers. Still have a ways to go… But doing well so far.
Post # 18
I intend to pull off our wedding for under $1000. No more than 30 guests, backyard ceremony, pot luck byob reception, made my own dress. I’m quite proud of my budgeting and will be doing at post about it once everything is finalized or after the wedding.
Post # 19
Were keeping ours under $4000! The majority of ours will be DIY. Our wedding isn’t until 2018 so we have a lot to go but this is what’ve we have figured out so far!
DIY Florals (Flower Moxie): $260
Tabelcloth/linen Purchase (we are purchasing quality linens for less than the cost of rentals in our area): $230
DIY Centerpieces (using flower moxie for teapots): $10 per table
Post # 20
We have a budget of $5,000 for 80 people. Photographer and videographer is $600.00, venue = Free, diying decor for ceremony and reception cost roughly $350.00, save the dates $10, invites $30 both from hobby lobby and will be printing them ourselves, food will be $800, dj $200, officiant $150, rentals for tables, chairs and tent $1300, cake/cupcakes $200, portable bathroom rental is $500. Day of coordinator will be $200. Diying bouquets and boutonnieres with florals from hobby lobby and michaels.
Post # 21
my little sister is getting married, the total for the signed contract was $5900; at a restaurant/event venue. 100 people. Includes apps, served plated dinner, champage toast, linens/chair decor, ceremony, lighting, and bridal suite. Her fiance’s family is taking care of dj, florals, cake, and open bar.