12 Easy Ways to Save on Your Wedding
5. Think Inside the Box
The more creative you get, the more rewarding the experience will be for you, your guests and your checkbook. For example,
Cotner brought in board games like Scrabble and set up homemade s’more-making stations at the reception.
To cut down on liquor costs, she served boxed wine and keg beer. “People could access it themselves, which was unique,” she says. “In the end, the boxed wine went over well.” (If you think it wouldn’t at your wedding, consider decanting it so no one will know.)