Dump Your Wedding Suppliers and Save Money!

Expensive aren’t they? Weddings I mean. And all the suppliers you pay for – flowers, car hire, photos, videos, catering, dresses, jewellery, suit hire, hairdressing, make-up, table decor, toastmaster – I could go on. It can mount up to a small fortune – or maybe even to quite a considerable one.

Is it worth it? ‘Surely I would save a fortune if I didn’t have these things?’ you might ask. After all, we all have good quality cameras and movie recorders built into our smartphones. With everybody snapping and clicking we’d get all the photos and movie clips we could possibly want. Most people own a car, so family members could drive the bridal party to and from the ceremony. Uncle Jim could do the ‘master of ceremonies’ job and Aunt Maud is a fantastic caterer and Cousin David would let us use the Scout Hall for our reception. Just think of the money that could be saved.

All of those arguments are true, of course. You don’t NEED to employ all (or even any) of these services but consider, for a moment, what your wedding event is all about, what it means to you both, how you want to remember it and what tangible record of it you wasn’t to have.

Your family members and guests want this to be a great occasion too; they want to enjoy and share your happy day rather than be ‘employed’ during it – and for a considerably longer time than you might at first think.  You want great value for money and you want the service, support and peace of mind that your suppliers offer you. Be realistic about what you can afford to pay for your support services and be demanding about the quality and the service that you expect

My free PDF document will help you work out exactly what you want. Go get it; enjoy it and apply it

http://www.lulu.com/shop/william-freeman/wedding-plan-starter-kit/ebook/product-22486465.html

Sorry about the long gobbledegook link. Click it and do, please, give us your views on this topic.

Have a memorable day.

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