As the wedding day is approaching with fast steps and the bills become a large pile, it’s better to know that all your savings are not going to waist due to the capacity that you have of sparing some sums and in the same time you have this advantage of planning each expense.
Nothing can compare with starting couple life without having any debts!
You don’t have to get this thing through if you don’t know for sure just how money is involved in organizing such an event.
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If you stumble into numbers, you shouldn’t feel that bad. Many couples encounter themselves in such a situation. It’s best to be practical and to start making some savings in due time in order to avoid unpleasant situations.
First of all, you have to make a general idea of how much money you have in the moment in which you decide to get married. After this you have to think where you can get some extra money.
Maybe you have them placed somewhere in the bank or you have them invested in affairs that can be withdrawn. It’s also the right time for talking with parents of both of the families. Who can offer you more pieces of advice and support, more than your parents?
Now that you have an approximate sum, make some research so that you realize just how much such an event can cost. You can make determinations, like renting the salon, pay taxes that are required, the price of the flower arrangements, the wardrobe and so on….
If the date of your wedding isn’t that close, you can start earning some money and make some economical approaches with a part of the monthly salary. In a year you can get lots of money earned. If it’s the need, you can simplify things reducing the guest list. Be sure that you keep the persons dear next to you.
It’s not the case and it’s not pretty to make debts among friends in order to get married. The elegant solution would be to keep a ceremony accordingly to your financial possibilities. A last possibility is of course, the bank credit. But unfortunately this isn’t the brightest solution. First of all, the bank is a “friend” that doesn’t forget!