Getting The Most From A Wedding Budget
Today saving money is important. The economy is unstable so you need to squeeze every last cent out of your budget. That doesn’t always mean looking for the cheapest prices.
In fact, many people find this doesn’t really help at all. Sometimes buying cheap means you get stuck with inferior products, and therefore it seems like you ended up spending more. You also get stuck with items you may not like, or with products that simply break and become unusable quickly and that isn’t any fun.
If you really want to learn how to stretch a buck, you just need to make what you buy count for more. One way engaged couples are doing this is by finding wedding accessories that can be used after the wedding. This way they don’t just spend a whole lot of money on accessories they are only going to use once.
The most popular dual function items include bridal purses that can be used as evening bags, and cake toppers and other decorations that they know will act as valuable keepsakes after the wedding. When a bride buys one of these bridal purses, they are actually buying something they can use on their honeymoon and every special night after wards. It’s just like getting a purse for herself, except its own she will use and remember on her wedding day.
Even wedding manufacturers are getting into the trend by making dual role bridal purses, and other accessories that can be used for two or three things during the wedding ceremony. Many of the favors these companies make can be used as decorations during the reception or wedding, then taken home as favors for the guests. These include unity candle holders, place card frames and other table decorations.
The most popular so far are the bridal purses, which are actually very nice evening bags with a bridal tone. they are decorative, functional and something any bride would use during her ceremony or after.