Debt-Free I Do: 99 Ways To Have A Memorable Wedding On A Shoestring Budget

Debt-Free I Do: 99 Ways To Have A Memorable Wedding On A Shoestring Budget
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Genres: Nonfiction, Wedding
Publication Year: 2012
ASIN: B007RKRHZW
ISBN: 9781311733085
The average wedding today costs between $20-$30K. But who says you have to be average? Inside this book are 99 ways to have your wedding on a shoestring budget. With these cheap and frugal ideas, ranging from photographers and caterers to wedding gowns and DJ services, your wedding can be both unique and memorable.
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About the Book

The average wedding today costs between $20-$30K.

But who says you have to be average? Inside this book are 99 ways to have your wedding on a shoestring budget. With these cheap and frugal ideas, ranging from photographers and caterers to wedding gowns and DJ services, your wedding can be both unique and memorable.

Inside is a quick sample shoestring budget as well as tips for a more enjoyable honeymoon. And this whole affair can be done without going into debt (for those who are working the financial plan Dave Ramsey sets up in the TOTAL MONEY MAKEOVER, this is one book you’ll want to check out)

Let Mr. Shoestring show you how it can be done.

The list of chapter topics is as follows:
Budgeting (A.K.A. the wedding fund)
Choosing the right venue
Choosing the right wedding gown and tuxedo
Photography/Videography
Wedding Music
Flowers/Decorations
Limosine Services
Wedding Cakes
Wedding Rings
Invitations/Guest List
How to fund your wedding fund
Honeymoon

I also provide links to various other sites where bargains can be had.

Happy reading, and start preparing for your special day today!

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