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2011 Average Wedding Cost and Wedding Budget Checklist Calculator

Not long after the excitement of the proposal takes place the sobering question of reality sinks in – “how much does a wedding cost”?

The real cost of a wedding is always based on the desired services and anticipated guest count. Being frugal doesn’t mean you have to be cheap. It simply means that your budget and priorities need to compliment each other to offer you and your guests a party that can be enjoyed.

Adopt a “less is more” philosophy! Rather than hiring 20 things that fail, hire 10 things that really stand out. Many Brides and Grooms get lost in a wedding that is cluttered. Take time, enjoy your guests and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Two simple ways to enjoy your special day and
control the costs of your wedding is to:

1: maintain control over your guest list.
2: focus on quality and experience, rather than the lowest price and inferior quality.

2011 Average Wedding Cost and Wedding Budget Checklist Calculator

How To Properly Build Your Guest list:

1st:
 Family

2nd:
Friends

3rd:
Co-Workers

4th:
Acquaintances
(if budget and space allows)

Use this simple and handy wedding checklist budget calculator to reference wedding costs and stay on top and in control of your wedding budget.

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2011 Average Wedding Cost and Wedding Budget Checklist Calculator

2011 Average Wedding Cost and Wedding Budget Checklist Calculator

One Response to “ 2011 Average Wedding Cost and Wedding Budget Checklist Calculator ”

  1. Thanks so much for this information. I just about fell out tonight when I saw that the average cost of a wedding was $29,000 because my daughter just told me that she is engaged!

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