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Discount Wedding Planners Milford CT

Discount wedding planners offer clients wedding ideas on a budget, including discount wedding supplies, wedding invitations, wedding dresses, wedding gifts, and much more. See below to find local discount wedding planners in Milford as well as advice and content on wedding counseling.

(203) 701-9717
Milford, CT

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Simply Sweet Snapshots
(203) 371-8677
80 Robert Street
Bridgeport, CT
RV Designs
(203) 449-3238
Bridgeport, CT

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Majestic Events & Entertainment
(203) 371-5040
Fairfield, CT

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Double G Events & Wedding Designs
(203) 913-8844
Serving CT and the Surrounding States
Fairfield, CT
E - Z Travel
(203) 641-4476
3 Kingston Dr
Ansonia, CT
DeAndra Kiel Event Planning & Management
(203) 650-7258
Harriet Street
Bridgeport, CT
Always and Forever
(860) 301-1177
77 Wilson Road
Easton, CT
Lindsey Maurath Events, Bellamente
(203) 727-8528
Fairfield, CT

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Creative Concepts by Lisa
(203) 500-3685
PO Box 4076
Hamden, CT
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10 Tips for Saving on Your Wedding

Trying to plan a wedding on a budget? It’s not easy to have the wedding of your dreams on a shoestring, but you can cut corners and still have a memorable day.

Denise Vivaldo, author of Do It for Less! Parties, has a wealth of ideas in her book, Do It for Less! Weddings: How to Create Your Dream Wedding Without Breaking the Bank. And because food takes the lion’s share of a wedding budget, she’s lavished plenty of attention on budget-saving strategies for menu planning, catering, and even doing it yourself.

The founder of Food Fanatics, a full-service catering and media food-styling company, Vivaldo developed her celebration savvy in the trenches: She’s planned and catered more than 10,000 parties, both lavish and humble. Here, she shares her top 10 tips for keeping the costs down at your wedding.

1. Invite only those guests who are essential to you. Keeping your guest count down is the easiest way to ensure a reasonable budget.

2. Schedule your wedding after lunch and end the event before dinner. Your guests will not expect to be served a full meal. Your wedding invitation could read: Wedding ceremony at 2 pm and a reception to immediately follow. Then place a time limit on the reception.

3. Offer a limited menu and bar. Do you want to serve light appetizers with champagne or just cake with coffee? There’s nothing wrong with just serving cake and coffee. How about a fancy coffee bar complete with a barista?

4. Be your own wedding planner. Reserve three hours every Sunday for six months before the big day to place calls, return e-mails, and handle the details.  

5. Make your own wedding cake or enlist the help of the best baker you know. Having 100 guests? Baking your own cake can save you hundreds of dollars and take fewer than 10 hours.

6. Beg, borrow, and steal. Decide the adventure or thrill of your wedding is spending as little as possible. Ask your friends and family for help.

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CT Wedding Laws

Sec. 46B-22. (Formerly Sec. 46-3). Who May Join Persons In Marriage. Penalty For Unauthorized Performance. (A) All Judges And Retired Judges, Either Elected Or Appointed And Including Federal Judges And Judges Of Other States Who May Legally Join Persons In Marriage In Their Jurisdictions, Family Support Magistrates, State Referees And Justices Of The Peace May Join Persons In Marriage In Any Town In The State And All Ordained Or Licensed Clergymen, Belonging To This State Or Any Other State, So Long As They Continue In The Work Of The Ministry May Join Persons In Marriage. All Marriages Solemnized According To The Forms And Usages Of Any Religious Denomination In This State, Including Marriages Witnessed By A Duly Constituted Spiritual Assembly Of The Baha'Is, Are Valid. All Marriages Attempted To Be Celebrated By Any Other Person Are Void. Same Sex Wedding Law: Allows Gay Marriage ( Supreme Court Ruling ) To Perform A Marriage In Connecticut You Need To Be Ordained And May Be Required To Provide Proof Of Ordination Such As An Ordination Credential , Wallet Credential , Or A Letter Of Good Standing From The Church.