What are the 5 things you need for a wedding?
You’re on a roll …
Choose bridal party attire and accessories. Reserve ceremony and reception venues. Book officiant. Hire photographer, videographer, caterer, DJ/band, florist, and planner.
Should I DIY my wedding decor?
Handling some wedding tasks yourself can be a great way to personalize your event and save money. But don’t go too far, says wedding expert Annie Lee, principal planner for event planning firm Daughter of Design. Her rule of thumb? “If you can do it months in advance while you’re watching TV, go for it,” she says.
Is it cheaper to make your own centerpieces?
A centerpiece from your local florist could easily cost $200, and if you have 10 tables, that would be a total cost of $2,000! Alternatively, if you take the other route by making your own, you may save yourself a lot of money, but you may also be spending more time than you’d like arranging flowers.
How can I decorate my wedding without flowers?
Here are 10 non floral centerpiece ideas you’ll love.
- Rustic Wooden Candlesticks Centerpiece.
- Frozen Fruit Centerpiece.
- Vintage Book and Paper Bird Centerpiece.
- Peacock Feather Tall Centerpiece.
- Clementine, Milk Glass and Succulent Arrangement.
- White Coral and Votive Centerpiece.
- Floating Candle Hurricane Centerpiece.
How can I make my wedding look expensive?
10 Ways to Create an Expensive Looking Wedding on a Budget
- Scour your home for decor. …
- Make double use out of flowers. …
- Borrow from friends and family. …
- Make it metallic! …
- Fancy up your linens. …
- Brighten up the space. …
- Forage the outdoors. …
- Get fancy with writing.
Do wedding planners decorate?
But even more than that, most full-service wedding planner duties include design services to help couples select color palettes, create floor plans, choose decor, rentals, lighting, and curate an overall aesthetic that carries throughout the entire event.