#1. Try getting married in offseason:
This is a great tip if you don’t believe in “ Pandit Ji wale dates” and can convince your parents and grandparents. You will get most services at a better price – from catering, venues to other services.
#2.Money spent on Wedding clothes – wait for sales during offseasons:
Most people rarely reuse their wedding dress. Save a great amount of moulah choosing an inexpensive dress. Always remember that only you will know the cost of your outfit. A great amount of money can be saved shopping during sales.
#3.Wear your Mom's beautiful expensive saree:
Yes, you heard that right! There are so many functions during a wedding and you can always wear your mom’s beautiful expensive sarees to a few of them.
#4.Maximize your credit card points:
Earn a lot of points shopping online, offline and win some cashback offers. Make the maximum of your wedding shopping.
#5. Save a lot of time and money – Shop online(Especially for relatives):
Worried about how you are going to have the time to buy your aunts a saree Shop online and get a wide variety of options and great deals. Always remember to read reviews though to select good quality products.
#6.Have your wedding on a weekday rather than a weekend or a holiday:
Weekday weddings are really catching up nowadays especially when the guest list is a smaller number. Most hotels and venues offer better deals on weekdays.
#7.Check for the right venues:
Try to book venues with in-house catering options as this will significantly bring down your cost of renting the venue.
#8.Have your functions at a single venue:
Not only will you save a big chunk of money on your venue charges but it will also be viable for your guests staying at the same place.
#9.Hire a wedding planner:
Wedding planners have a great number of contacts and can easily help you save a lot of money finding a venue, caterer or even a photographer. They will have a great set of options to get quality deals at a lesser price.
#10.Work on your guest list:
Its always better to cater to a close group of people than strangers you have never met or will never meet. Cutting down your list will allow you to offer quality services to people you actually care about.