The most joyous day of your life can also turn out to be the most expensive experience. The expenses of planning and organizing a wedding party can only be compared to a few special events. Tristar Africa Skimmer Safaris has rounded up 5 things a bride, groom and planning committee can do to reduce on the costs of a wedding party.
The Cake – Traditionally a cake is the centerpiece of wedding reception usually served as desert after a delicious heavy dinner. As much as a tall cake of 10 tiers or moe is attractive , you could always go with less and save some money for other items on the wedding list.
Book an affordable wedding car – The limousines, hummers , sport and vintage cars are some of the most expensive wedding cars for hire but there are other cheaper alternatives like Mercedes Benz models, Land cruisers and luxury vans that wont require as much as you think to get and yet still give you that classy entourage to the wedding you always dreamed of.
Beautification of bride & groom – There are plenty of beauty regimens that can be done at home prior to visiting the salon on the wedding day. Washing your hair, mini facial make-up or tweezing your eye brows are all things that can help reduce the salon costs, call friends over to do make-up for you and the maids
Print driving directions to wedding & reception – Forego the costs of using mobile service provider to convey directions through sms yet you can just print out well written directions for as low 100 UGX per paper and attach them to the wedding invitation card.
Foot wear – Focus your priorities on the wedding gown and not the shoes you wear on the wedding. Unless you will be wearing a short pants or dress, no one will care about what shoes you wearing with all eyes on the gown. You can just buy some affordable shoes just to compliment what you are putting on reducing on the wedding costs
Enjoy a wedding that suits your budget by cutting out some unnecessary expenses like the above 5 , for more information, simply send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +256-758540071.