I know this is probably not what you want to hear when planning a perfect ceremony, but keep it absolutely minimal. Wife and I opted to all-in package deal that was only 25~30% of what people around me spend on wedding. We used the rest for down payment on our house 5 years ago in our mid 20s and built about 150k equity on it. the smartest thing we've ever done together (beside making 2 lil angels).Hello everybody!
If you had a possibility, where would you like to organize your wedding ceremony? I am going to try this but don't know what to start with
I agree! Focus on planning your marriage and future together, and worry less about the wedding. If you keep it simple, it will save you money and will cause you less stress and worry.My advice remains to worry less about the wedding and more about the marriage.
beyond that the last 2 weddings I attended were in a old factory, and outdoors in a canyon. Both were pleasant comfortable surroundings that weren't pretentious. That allowed the Guests to concentrate on family and friends, and not on some fairy tale theme.
Fay Jones was a famous architect and designed a number of famous churches. No self respecting arch students would get married anywhere else . In fact, DD1 and SO are making the trip to Eureka Springs in a week for fall break.