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Our goal this week on the Wedding Planning Podcast? To save YOU $3,650 on your final wedding bill!
We could literally talk for hours about all the pretty things you see on Pinterest & Instagram that do not HAVE to be a part of your wedding celebration.
In the interest of time, I’ve chosen EIGHT wedding elements that I would suggest skipping - or scaling waaaaaaaaay back on. I think you'll be shocked at how easy it is for us to save over $3,000 over the course of a 20 minute conversation!
If your goal is a simple, beautiful, and affordable wedding - then the sky is the limit on the millions of wedding details you can leave out.
In my digital wedding planning package, couples are encouraged to make a detailed list of their priorities way early on in the engagement. They can then use that rock-solid road map over & over again, to check in throughout their engagement and be sure that priorities & values are being honored with every single decision.
Want to come behind the scenes for more in-depth guidance on setting an unshakable planning foundation that will bring you all the way through to your wedding day & beyond? Now you can try my revolutionary digital wedding planning package FREE for 3 days!
- NO CONTRACTS,
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In essence? You have absolutely NOTHING to lose, and everything to gain. Get started today at www.wedpodcast.com.
I'll see you there!
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Last word! A CLASSIC way to save? Purchase once-used decor & other wedding items from another couple on a resale site like Craigslist, Ebay, or Facebook Marketplace. 🙌🏼