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Finishing Touches: Diagram of a Wedding Budget

If you are newly engaged, we’d first like to say “Congrats and welcome to The Bride Suite!” Second, we know the two things on your to do list right now are date and budget and we’re here to help.Living in California, we’re lucky to have weather that make it possible to get married almost year round. So take advantage of it. Consider dates as early as March or as late as October, even early November. The weather in November is still warm and there are gorgeous flowers in season at that time.

This infographic, courtesy of the Knot, is one of my favorite ways to see how your wedding budget may be spent. Certain categories may be more important to you and thus get a larger portion, but this presents a nice starting point. Read on below for some more of our team’s favorite planning tools.


Real Simple Ultimate Checklist: For the super organized bride who wants to check off each step along the way
Wedding Workbook: A simplified checklist. Two pages with all the major details
Wedding Venue Checklist: All the questions to ask when visiting venues
Wedding Day Checklist: What to bring on the day of
Cheers! Jen

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