Wedding Myths Busted 3rd Article

DIY is always cheaper

When you’re working to a tighter budget, it’s temping to think that DIY is the answer to all of your problems, whether it’s doing your own bouquets, making your own stationery suite or creating your own favours. But, price things out and you may discover that by the time you factor in raw materials, timing and expertise, the DIY route may end up costing more than you would spend with a professional. That’s not to say it can’t provide lovely, and cost-effective results, just that it’s worth considering a limit on how many projects you tackle at home.

You must spend a certain amount on your wedding

The average cost of a wedding is about $30,000 – but you can get away with far less say $10,000, I’ve seen it done on a small budget. Starting with a budget priced, yet outstanding Caterer, like us, whom creates your food  by hand and makes it the star of the night. You can impress your guests, if you pick the right Caterer. Get reviews and referrals.  for reviews. Search for Caterers on the Sunshine Coast at  look for our 5 star rating.

It’s worth every penny to those couples who want, or can afford, that much cash. But that doesn’t mean you are obliged to spend exactly that amount, nor, frankly, does it mean you can’t spend more if you so wish! Technically – and legally, all you need to get married is a qualified celebrant and some witnesses, as well as you and your spouse-to-be, of course. Anything above that is a nice-to-have, but not legally necessary.

At the end of the day, it’s your big day and you should spend as little or as much as you want.