For example, if you choose a cheaper wedding venue, the ambiance and décor may not be as luxurious or elegant as a more expensive one, which may end up costing you more in decorations to bring the visual appeal up to par. Similarly, if you opt for a cheaper wedding photographer, you may end up with low-quality images that don’t capture the essence of your special day.
Moreover, choosing a cheaper option may not always result in cost savings. For example, if you opt for a DIY wedding, you may end up spending more time and money on buying materials and decorations, and this could have been avoided if you had gone for a professional service that includes rentals.
So, is cheaper better?
When it comes to weddings, cheaper is not always the better way to go. You should weigh the pros and cons of each option before making a final decision. While it’s understandable to want to save money, it’s essential to keep in mind that the quality of service and final outcome are what will make your wedding day unforgettable.
If you’re worrying about the logistics of running the event on your wedding day, you likely won’t experience the event the same as those who are attending. The event may go perfectly, but did you enjoy YOUR WEDDING? On the other hand, higher cost comes with more peace of mind and less stress. You deserve to enjoy your own wedding just as much as the guests do!
That being said, we don’t recommend going into debt for a wedding in any situation.