UPDATED: We updated this article for the COVID-19 era and hope all your wedding planning and celebrations go well.
1. Have an at-home wedding
When it comes to planning a wedding during a pandemic, many couples have had to change their expectations. A little silver lining is the fact that an at-home wedding is also much more inexpensive than almost any venue. If you have a house that could accommodate a small wedding, here’s some pro tips for hosting an intimate wedding at home.
Use food trucks for your special day.
A traditional caterer can cost anywhere from $50-$100 a person, while food truck wedding catering is often around $30-55 per guest. From entrees, to sweet treats, and even late night snacks, food trucks allow for a curated cuisine that is customized to your needs to create the perfect menu.
4. Get married when it’s not “Wedding Season”
Venue prices as well as other vendors will have lower prices during this time.”Official” Wedding season is from May-October, but you can still have an amazing wedding any time of the year.
6. Limit your bar
Limit your bar to beer and wine only. With so many options in the world of craft beers and delicious boutique wines, most people won’t even miss the liquor. It will also keep the partying at a happy, fun level.
All of these tips can help you save money on your wedding day without making it look or feel like you cut corners. If you’re looking to set up a DIY rustic wedding, we’ve got a great article for you. Click here to check it out.