By Sharon Naylor
Proven suggestion for the miraculous marriage ceremony you may have continually dreamed of with out breaking the bank
Do you will have your marriage ceremony to be memorable yet should not have a “money isn't any item” finances? marriage ceremony expert Sharon Naylor exhibits you the way to trim down your expenditures with no compromising your dream marriage ceremony. This confirmed bestseller comprises inventive secrets and techniques to saving at the marriage ceremony dress, cake, jewelry, catering, and more.
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Extra info for 1001 ways to save money-- and still have a dazzling wedding
Send E-mails regularly, updating on changes and decisions, asking for help or advice, and thanking everyone for his or her cooperation up to that point. The advantage of E-mails: you can send links to your bridesmaids so they can see the gown, their dresses, shoes, and so on. Plus, copying several people at once makes the job fast and easy. Use postcards for short messages such as arrival dates, rehearsal times, ﬁtting dates, and so on. Send a copy of the wedding schedule to each member of the bridal party and to the families and friends who will be tak- 26 Getting Organized ing part in the wedding.
Follow the lists provided in wedding books and magazines, or make up your own. ) Keep several pads and pencils around the house, in your car, and at the ofﬁce for when a thought or a question strikes you. Another rule of the wedding planner: if you think you’ll remember it later, you won’t. Write it down. Keep a mini tape recorder or handheld organizer, if you have one, in your purse or car for the same reason. 21 1001 Ways to Save Money . . and Still Have a Dazzling Wedding One of your most important lists should be a price comparison list.
1001 ways to save money-- and still have a dazzling wedding by Sharon Naylor