4 Easy ways you can help cut costs for your Bridesmaids
Since being a bridesmaid can come with quite the hefty price tag, it's always helpful to keep your bridal party and their budgets in mind when making plans and picking out the details. If you're looking for a way to cut costs for your bridesmaids, here are four ways you can easily save them quite a few bucks.
1. Keep things local
Instead of jet setting to some place across the country (or even out of the country!) for your bachelorette party, plan the weekend of girl time some place local. Have a giant slumber party at your apartment or book a hotel room in a less touristy area.
2. Let them pick the dress. (Read 'Bridesmaids dress breakdown')
You may have an idea of the kind of dress you'd like your bridesmaids to wear on your big day, which is how it should be. But, rather than picking out the actual dress you'd like them to purchase, instead give your girls more freedom by just picking out the color or style and letting them find a dress in their price range. Pick the dress
3. Ask Them to Skip the Gifts
Your bridesmaids may feel pressure to give you gifts throughout your wedding adventure. If you're feeling generous, give your bridesmaids a heads up that they don't have to buy you anything for your wedding — and that their time and energy as your bridesmaid is the greatest gift of all.
4. Suggest Accommodations
If your bridesmaids are flying in for the wedding and looking for a place to stay, try to find them a special rate a hotel nearby or even see if local friends and family members can host them so they can save a few hundred dollars for the weekend.
Here is another option, you can Skipping the tradition all together. It's your call.
Posted on 01/16/2017 at 01:15 PM