Wedding saving tips and themes from Aimee Dunne

Many brides look for inspiration online and in magazines to find the perfect theme for their wedding and there are lots of great ideas to be had.  The final day is usually a hotch potch of different bits and pieces of inspiration the bride has picked up along the way in the wedding planning journey.  Unfortunately you only have one chance to get it right and it is all to easy to make costly bad decisions along the way.  I was drawn to a particular blog from Aimee Dunne recently titled “Wedding Tips : Savvy Savings” which gave some very useful and practical advice to ensure you get your wedding day how you want it and on budget.  Aimee Dunne is a wedding planner covering the Kent, London and Surrey regions.  Many people discount the need for a wedding planner from day one but it is a well proven fact that a savvy wedding planner can easily recoup their own costs by negotiating with suppliers.  A wedding planner knows the typical costs of products and services within the industry and through their own network of contacts and wealth of experience can create your perfect day not just on budget but under budget.  I like to think of a wedding planner as already having done your wedding rehersal a hundred times over…. just with somebody else’s wedding.  They know what works and what doesn’t and more importantly they reduce the number of times after the wedding you hear yourself say “it was a wonderful day, but it would have been nice if….. ”

If you are still looking for the perfect theme to suit you and your partner then get some inspiration from Aimee’s mood boards.  They are only a starting point but are great for opening a dialogue so your planner so they know your likes and dislikes and the kind of wedding you are aiming for.  Aimee Dunne is a member of the UK Alliance of Wedding Planners and you can find more about Aimee at www.aimeedunne.com

Aimee Dunn


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