Get Hitched Without A Hitch With These Must-Know Hacks

Get Hitched Without A Hitch With These Must-Know Hacks
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Life hacks are useful no matter what you’re doing, but they’re even handier when you’re planning a wedding. Weddings are notoriously complicated to pull off without at least something going wrong. But with the right approach, you can avoid disaster.

Check out these life hacks for getting hitched without a hitch.

Use Veil Weights For Outdoor Weddings

Ideally, you’ll remove your veil while you’re stood on the altar with your spouse-to-be, after being instructed by the priest. But if you’re planning an outdoor wedding, the wind might have other ideas. To avoid an early reveal, start stocking up on wedding veil weights now to weigh down your veil and keep your face covered until the time is right.

Borrow Your Friends’ Wedding Gear

Weddings can be expensive, so it’s an excellent policy to beg, borrow, or steal whenever possible. Well, maybe not steal. There are all kinds of things that your friends could give you, including tiaras, shoes, place names, and frames.

Bake Your Own Cake

Wedding cakes have become stupidly expensive. But with a little know-how, you can make your own. In fact, there are dozens of tutorials online showing how to do just that. Once you’ve mastered icing and tiering, there’s often no need to go out and spend a fortune: you can do the whole thing yourself.

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Compare Entertainment Prices

Entertainment for weddings can be costly. But sites like allow you to compare prices, just like you might your car insurance renewal. What’s more, when you have all the options in front of you, you’re free to pick more exciting or unusual options than just a DJ or a band.

Don’t Get Married On A Sunday

What’s the best way to make your wedding expensive? Getting married on a Sunday, it seems. Yes, it’s true that Sunday is a traditional day to get married, but it’s also frighteningly expensive because Sundays are in such high demand (especially in the summer). Don’t worry though, you can get deep discounts by selecting a weekday – just make sure that you organise the wedding well in advance so that people can book time off work.

From Passion To Profit

Ask Around For Favors

If you’re inviting a lot of people to your wedding, there’s a good chance that at least one person will have a skill that you need. Instead of paying hundreds of pounds for a professional photographer, you might know somebody who is good at it (and has some experience) and is prepared to do it for free.

Likewise, you might know somebody who owns a suitable wedding car. Instead of hiring one from an expensive provider, you could get a beautiful car for cheap.

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Number Your RSVP Cards


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Not all your guests are blessed with good handwriting. Sometimes, therefore, it can be hard to work out what they’ve written. You might have a response, but if you can’t read their names, then you don’t know who is actually showing up. Instead of leaving it to chance, recommends that you write a numbers on all of your RSVP cards and then create a table at home with all the corresponding names so you know precisely who has replied and who hasn’t.

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