Wedding Budget Spreadsheet
One of the things I get asked about most by Brides to be is how to create a wedding budget that works. Planning your wedding is SO much fun and it’s a great idea to have a grip on the finances from the outset, so that you don’t have any niggling money worries in the back of your mind whilst you’re cracking on with your preparations.
I have covered a lot about how to set a wedding budget in my Wedding Planning E-Course that you can enrol on here, but I think that it’s a brilliant idea to have a Wedding Budget Spreadsheet right from the start of your wedding planning, so that you can keep full tabs on the money that you have set aside and what is being spent as you spend it. It can be so easy to just pop into town on your lunch break and come back with three pairs of Bridesmaid shoes that you saw on offer, that somehow don’t get included in your overall budget – it’s easy to see where the money can disappear to!
I have created a Wedding Budget Spreadsheet especially for UK brides to be looking to get organised and on top of everything in the run up to their wedding.
This Wedding Budget Spreadsheet will help you to:
♥ Work out your total budget and figure out priorities on where you want to spend it
♥ Help you to stay in total control of your money from engagement through to honeymoon
♥ Keep track of your wedding guests, RSVPs and special requirements
♥ Sort your table plan for your wedding breakfast
♥ Organise your hen do
♥ Work out your timeline in the run up to the day as well as helping you sort out what you want to happen and when on the big day itself
With over ten years of event planning experience under my belt – as well as having my own wedding to plan! – I know exactly how to help you sort out your wedding budget. And best of all? You can get the Wedding Budget Spreadsheet now for just £4.50 saving yourself bags of hassle and research time! Just click here to buy, and your spreadsheet will be emailed straight out to you, ready to use.
Happy Budgeting, Brides to be!
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