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8 Secrets To Save Money On Your Wedding

Weddings are big-ticket events. While some couples are able to spend less than $10,000 on their weddings, states that the average price tag on weddings in the United States is $26,645. Most couples spend between $19,984 and $33,306. In Palm Beach specifically, Cost Of Wedding estimates that most couples spend between $23,538 and $39,230. 

With so many dollars involved, it's no surprise that many couples look for opportunities to save money wherever they can. This week, Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches is here to help with these simple money-saving secrets.

1. Reduce The Guest List
The single most effective way to save money on your wedding is to reduce the guest list. Cost Of Wedding estimates that in the Palm Beach area, couples will end up paying between $174 and $213 per guest. By reducing your guest list, you can in turn reduce the amount of food, beverages, and favors you have to purchase. If you reduce your guest list enough, you may also be able to shop sma…

5 Ways To Give Back To Your Bridesmaids

Being asked to be a bridesmaid is a great honor, but it can also be a lot of work and - let's be honest - expensive. It is not uncommon for modern bridesmaids to cover the costs of their dresses, shoes, hair, makeup, transportation, and lodging. Having your sisters, cousins, and best friend stand next to you on your special day is a wonderful tradition, but it's nice to be considerate of your bridesmaids when asking them to take part in your big day. Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches is here to offer a few simple ways to show your bridesmaids how much you appreciate them.

1. Be Considerate Of Their Budgets

Before you begin shopping for bridesmaid dresses, talk to each of your girls and find out what their budget is. If you expect them to cover the cost of their dresses, it is only courteous to be respectful of their budgeting needs. Find out what the maximum budget is for each of them, and then try to find dresses that are at or below the lowest price. 

2. Pitch In On The Extras

5 Wedding Gown Shopping Mistakes To Avoid

It's no surprise that shopping for the perfect wedding dress is our favorite part of the wedding planning process. There is something truly magical about slipping into the perfect dress for the first time, and we love being able to help all our brides-to-be get to this perfect moment.

While there isn't really a wrong way to go about shopping for your perfect wedding gown, there are certain things you can do to make the process simpler. On the flip side, there are also things you can do that may make the process more challenging than it needs to be. This week, our experienced bridal gown consultant in Palm Beach is here to simplify your gown shopping experience by sharing with you some of the mistakes we have identified over the years. By knowing what mistakes to avoid upfront, you should be able to find your perfect dress much more easily.

1. Shopping Too Soon
Of course you're excited to start shopping for your perfect dress, but beginning the process too early may pose chall…

6 Things No One Told You About Wedding Dress Shopping

Wedding dress shopping is a rite of passage - an experience that many girls begin dreaming about from a very young age. While many aspects of the shopping experience will live up to your dreams and expectations, other aspects may surprise you. Keep reading to learn more about the realities of wedding dress shopping, courtesy of Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches.

1. There May Be More Than One "Perfect Dress"
Many brides-to-be are enamored with the idea of finding "the" dress. While it's true that there is a single perfect wedding gown out there for many women, many other women find that they are torn between two (or even three or four) equally flattering gowns. In these instances, it will be up to you (and your best friend, of course) to decide which gown will be the best fit. Our experienced bridal consultant in Palm Beach can help you along the way.

2. You Can't Judge A Dress By Its Hanger
Like books, wedding dresses often look very different at first glance.…