Weddings are invariably expensive – there’s no denying that. While there are many kinds of weddings and the concept of something expensive is definitely subjective, joining two families always entails payinh some bills and, in some cases, even taking on a couple loans.
If neither of the families to be joined lives extra comfortably and you don’t mind cutting some corners, there are definitely several ways in which you can save some money and still have your dream wedding. All you need is creativity and an open mind.
Aspects in which you can definitely save money are the location – if you have a spacious house, of course -, flowers, invitations and even the attire of the bridal party, including the bride herself, who can have a dress altered instead of made to pocket some big bucks.
So if you’re looking for a carefree wedding which you can fully enjoy with your loved ones and don’t mind a little crafting or recycling, this is most certainly the article for you.
Browse through these Creative DIY Ideas To Save Money On Your Wedding and your big day shall be a success on all fronts.
Treat your guests to a s’mores bar
Line the aisle with galvanized buckets of baby breath flowers
Create your very own, personalized wedding hangers
Heart Shape Group shot
Set up a bubble station for your grown-up guests
Sparklers and personalized matches as wedding guest favors
Build a bookshelf arch for books lover
Make a cute backdrop from ribbon or plastic party tablecloths
Instead of a bouquet, one big ass paper flower
Prepare some heel protectors so your guest shoes don’t sink into the grass
The pitchfork as the sign post and watering cans as flower holders
Seating chart made from an old hanging window
Floating Balloons with Photographs
Ribbon-tied chairs would be effective decorations for a festive event
Fun cutlery display ideas for wedding table
Simply slide the paper cups inside of eachother and secure with hot glue to make this lovely wreath
Wrap large BALLOONS in TULLE?for a party!
Wrap up classic party crackers with tissue paper and gold ribbon for a cute favor
Rainbow tulle skirts or white ruffled skirts for wedding tables
DIY a star garland to let your wedding party looks like a million bucks
Rethink Q-tips into adorable flowers as a centerpiece
Smuggle in your booze bridesmaid-style
Leave your guests nice feeling with these glitter or chalkboard glassware
Put glowing sticks in a cooler for easy drink grabbing without needing a flashlight; or host a nighttime dinner party
Set up an outdoor buffet in a canoe
Create a photo booth from a pile of hay you can buy them from an animal feed store;
Tell your guests to follow the flour hearts made with food coloring and a stencil, to your ceremony
Display deliciously seasonal doughnuts and apple cider on a wood-block holder
Bride and groom wine bottle vases
Whether you’re using candles or lanterns, it’s easy to get innovative with lighting.