If you are getting married soon and you are planning the details fo the day, you might be a little surprised and also a little put off by the prices of everything that has anything to do with weddings. No matter whether you are having a hetero sexual wedding with all the church event and the whole traditional do or whether you have having a gay wedding with a few close knit friends, you will still have to spend quite a bit of money but with homosexual couples, there is the disadvantage that much of the time the parents of the couple are not very supportive which means that they might not be willing to pitch in to the costs of the wedding. For the most part, unless there are family problems, with heterosexual couples, the parents pay for a lot of the wedding expenses and therefore, the financial burden may not be very heavy for the couple and therefore, if you follow these tips for your wedding day, you should be able to have a lovely wedding without breaking the bank or going in to debt.
First things first
The first and most important thing you will have to do is to sort out the main aspect of the wedding day which is the marriage and vows itself. You will need to get a marriage celebrant that will be free on the day that you have chosen to marry you and your spouse.
This again will depend on the law in your country.If you would specifically like to have an lgbti celebrant who specializes in homosexual marriages, you might it a little bit harder to find one which means that you will have to start looking early. It will help to ask around on your social media communities if anyone knows of anyone that they can recommend.
For your party, it would be a good idea to clean out your guest list so that you only have a few people that are very close to you so that you will be able to save money and also spend more money on each guest that comes to your wedding. With a hundred and fifty guests, you will only be able to afford something small but with thirty guests, you will be able to have better food, better drinks and an overall better party. Most couple’s invite everyone they know because their families force them to or because they feel obliged to but this should not be the case.