(Closed) Lowering expectations

posted 12 years ago in Money
Post # 18
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2008

Yay!!! for you! Congratulations on coming to a decision.

 

i am praying for that same peace of mind right now.

Post # 19
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2020

I would say to prioritize what is most important to you and go from there. If it’s your date, the synagogue could be a great way to save money and to honor your cultural heritage. However, if you want the venue that you want, it would not hurt at all to move your wedding to March. That move will be a money saver for 2 reasons-March is not a part of the wedding "high season" (May-October are the most popular months to get married), so you will be able to bargain a bit more with vendors and if you start booking now, you can lock in this year’s rates. I started booking my 2009 wedding in 2007 and have saved (literally) thousands already. Either way, to save $ check out the sales on bridal merchandise of all kinds at the end of this summer (August/September). I got my favors, ribbons, cake cutting set/toasting flutes for 1/2 price! Good luck and congratulations:)

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