How can the average person have a beautiful wedding with all the bells and whistles on a working person's salary? Perhaps the three letters/words that say it best are - DIY (do it yourself!). Spending your life savings on your big day is crazy. You can have an elegant and beautiful wedding without breaking the bank.
Having a cheap wedding doesn't mean giving up style or sentimentality. It means using your imagination, using your own hands, or the help of friends and family. Ask anyone you know to help out. Almost everyone will be happy to oblige. They will be part of your special day, which makes them special as well!
This book will give you the best tips and tricks from the experts to cut costs without cutting class and sophistication. No one will know that your budget equals the grocery bill of a family of four. They'll be oblivious as they toast the new couple and enjoy a party to put all other party's to shame!
We'll explore ways to save on all aspects of your wedding. Don't think you have to give up anything, because it can all be covered. All it takes is the cooperation of your family and friend, coupled with a little positive self-talk and perseverance.
Let us show you how to throw a dream wedding on a shoestring budget!
Would you consider the audio edition of Wedding Bells: How to Throw a Dream Wedding on a Shoestring Budget to be better than the print version?
The audio edition is as good as the print version of the book.
Have you listened to any of J. D. Smith, Jr.’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Very good to listen to.
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